Romcom spoof ‘You Got Retweeted’ follows the relationship of two people who communicate lovingly over Twitter but who hate each other IRL.
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The amazing individual known as Kooberz, who brought us the brilliant stop-motion Lego take on Ghost Recon this past spring is—sorry, Ghost Recon—doing something cooler for his next project: stop-motion Lego Portal.
The short film will be released in two or three parts, with the first one scheduled for release later this year. For now, we have some terrific teaser posters……
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From indiewire… (I am so excited!)
“So just how messed up and bonkers will The Wachowskis’ and Tom Tykwer’s adaptation of David Mitchell’s “Cloud Atlas” be? Well, Hugh Grant will apparently be doing a lot of “killing and raping,” and as for Susan Sarandon? She tells Postmedia that her small role finds her playing “an Indian man.” Huh? We’re getting ahead ourselves a bit, because the good news is you’ll be seeing this sooner than expected.
While initially tagged for a December release, Warner Bros. has officially announced today that “Cloud Atlas” will hit theaters on October 26th, where the starry cast that also includes Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, Hugo Weaving, Jim Sturgess, Doona Bae, Ben Whishaw, James D’Arcy, Zhou Xun and Keith David should trounce the competition that weekend that includes the Lionsgate comedy “The Big Wedding” with Robert De Niro, Robin Williams and Katherine Heigl, the tween thingy “Fun Size,” Curtis Hanson’s surfing drama “Of Men And Mavericks” and “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D.”……
Trigonis: “Tyler has recently unveiled to the world Whiz!Bam!Pow!, a transmedia product that unfolds parts of its story through a serialized novelette and a radio show, with even more looming on the horizon to further develop a story that brilliantly blends together the Golden Age of Comics with the pangs and pitfalls of our own Modern Age” …
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Tara Parker: “In shared story worlds or transmedia projects, fans are often encouraged to create title, character or story-based fan boards, games, videos or other content based on their favourite video game, movie or television series. Is this considered copyright infringement?“
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Chantal Tode: “The biggest difference between the Move to the Beat campaign and Coca-Cola’s previous efforts is the goal to have the story be as social as possible so that it travels globally, per Ms. Siler.“
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