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UPDATED: The director took questions from reporters in Taiwan and the Philippines in the wake of The Hollywood Reporter's revelations about what happened to the animal during filming.
"Brave," "Life of Pi," "ParaNorman" and "Wreck-It Ralph" are competing in the category of the British Academy Children's Awards. READ MORE
The group, controlled by Tele Munchen Group and Bavaria Film, is one of Europe's largest VFX companies. READ MORE
The insolvency of the Munich-based outfit follows the bankruptcies of giants like Digital Domain and Rhythm & Hues. READ MORE
An amended lawsuit comes with graphic pictures and allegations against "Life of Pi," "The Hobbit" and Steven Spielberg. READ MORE
The park, featuring rides based on studio films, is set to open in 2016 in Malaysia. READ MORE
“He's my hero,” Ang Lee says of Jury president Steven Spielberg “I worship him.” READ MORE
The company reports $9.54 billion in revenue, up 14 percent from a year earlier; television segment shows growth despite falling ad revenue for "American Idol." READ MORE
UPDATED: Bill Westenhofer won his second Oscar in February for Ang Lee's film. READ MORE
The panel will include Oscar-winning VFX artists Bill Westenhofer, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott and Oscar-winning cinematographer Claudio Miranda. READ MORE
The film, which stars Jon Hamm, will mark the actor's first major role post-"Pi." READ MORE
The annual broadcast trade show, from April 6-11, the industry will learn about the challenges of upgrading to Ultra HDTV while viewing demonstrations of the new supersharp 4k format. READ MORE
A court hearing on confirmation is scheduled for Friday. READ MORE
The bankruptcy auction, which kicked off Wednesday morning and proceeded until 2 a.m., started up again Thursday afternoon. READ MORE
Quentin Tarantino's bloody Western has earned an estimated $50 million in Germany. READ MORE
The "Life of Pi" director says the format is in its infancy and that he wants to be a trailblazer if and when he "can afford it." READ MORE
"Wreck-It Ralph" falls to No. 3 after a chart-topping debut the previous week. READ MORE
Thursday’s multi-city discussions aim to address the troubled visual effects business. READ MORE
Ex-Digital Domain CEO and founder Scott Ross says relentless cost pressure from studios is tearing the industry apart. READ MORE
The chain plans to end the long-running convention of screening only one film at any given time on its 112 screens across the country. READ MORE
The story of an Indian boy named Pi, a zookeeper's son who finds himself in the company of a hyena, zebra, orangutan, and a Bengal tiger after a shipwrecked sends them adrift in the Pacific Ocean.
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