Hollywood’s latest blockbuster “Gravity” was filmed by robots. Four giant industrial robots whisked props, lights and even actors around the set in a ballet of split-second precision, as well as doing the camerawork. They call it cinematic automation.
The latest DC fighting game shares a great deal with a classic episode arc of the Justice League cartoon series. But just how closely do the cartoon and game follow each other?
The new studio will eventually employ 50 people.
Creators of Internet cat meme videos Nyan Cat (a kitty with a poptart body that flies through space on a rainbow) and Keyboard Cat (aka Charlie Schmidt’s cat Fatso made famous in this 2007 video) are suing the media company for copyright infringement.
The movie studios certainly get an A for thinking outside the box, or at least Warner Brothers does. the studio’s Warner Archive has just launched a new streaming service that gives people access to old movies and TV shows from its large library of content.
The latest Kickstarter darling comes from an unlikely source: teen television.
Giant media company Warner Brothers might be taking further steps to ensure that its updated distribution strategy for newly released DVD movies has the maximum effect — regardless of how petty the company may seem as a result.
In an effort to boost lagging DVD sales, film studio Warner Brothers has decided to delay all new releases from becoming available through many popular movie rental services.