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A federal judge granted a copyright ownership claim by the Hollywood studio, 20th Century Fox, regarding the forthcoming film Watchmen. U.S. District Judge Gary A. Feess said in his ruling Wednesday Fox owns copyright interest in the action film created by Warner Bros.
AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Wildfire Films, LLC, an Austin-based film production company, officially launches today.
Twentieth Century Fox has teamed with Moxie Interactive (http://www.moxieinteractive.com/), to create a new application that allows the world to decide who and what will be saved when the earth "stands still." It's part of a global participation campaign for Fox's upcoming movie, The Day The Earth Stood Still (http://www.thedaytheearthstoodstillmovie.com/), which opens in North America on December 12, and in foreign territories beginning December 10.
CENTURY CITY, Calif., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The holidays are fast approaching and with the current economic downturn, shoppers will be looking for great value for their dollar.
Twentieth Century Fox's upcoming romantic adventure AUSTRALIA and Metacafe are joining forces to launch "The Thirty-Second Film Contest" on October 24.
Marc DiLorenzo has been named Executive Vice President, Strategy and Business Development for Fox Filmed Entertainment (FFE), it was announced today by Dean Hallett, FFE Executive Vice President, Operations & Strategy and Chief Financial Officer.
World Films, Inc., a production company that is rapidly redefining the action-drama genre, has acquired a 20th Century Fox release of its most recent film, The Butcher, in Australia in March 2009.
Twentieth Century Fox ventures into Asia LOS ANGELES, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- Twentieth Century Fox said Wednesday it has established a studio in India, heralding its venture into Asia.
Counterpoint Systems, a developer of software solutions for rights management, royalty accounting and product licensing, has appointed Steve Pitts to the post of Senior Vice President and General Manager for North America.
By Brooks Barnes Fewer people went to the movies in the United States this summer than last, confirming Hollywood's fears that this year's slate of pictures would not match the crowd pleasers of 2007.
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