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Design Tactics: Building Worlds of Warfare

Since its launch in 2011, World of Tanks has secured over 85 million players worldwide. With its blend of military strategy, vehicle customization, and fast action PvP, it appeals to hardcore military enthusiasts and casual players alike. ...

Wargaming is on the front lines of MMO development with the hit game World of Tanks. Chris Keeling gives us some insight into their strategy.
Watch: 'Stark Trek Into Darkness' Gag Reel

Want to see Zoe Saldana and her cast of Klingon backup dancers rock a little “Thriller”? Or How about Benedict Cumberbatch throwing it back to M.J.? You know you do.

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The cast of Star Trek Into Darkness gets silly on set.
Aerial Photographer Snaps Shot of Millennium Falcon

Matthew Myatt was cruising the skies over Greenham Common near Newbury, Berkshire, England, snapping stock photo shots for the Airborne Aviation flying school on Tuesday, when he happened upon something unusual. As Myatt explained to Sky News, it wasn’t...

The first shot of the Millennium Falcon under constrcution on set of Star Wars Episode VII
New Trailer for 'Alien: Isolation' as Game Goes Gold

SEGA has launched the first in a series of nine trailers for Alien: Isolation, which the company confirmed has gone gold ahead of its October 7 release. 

The story takes place 15 years after the events of Alien. As Amanda, Ripley’s daughter, players fight for survival on a mission to discover the truth about her mother’s disappearance. 

Alien: Isolation is...

Alien: Isolation has gone gold, and publisher SEGA has released the first in a series on nine new trailers.
The Roger Rabbit Movie That Wasn't

Like the Tim Burton Superman that never was, this early test footage of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was best left in the “Terrible Ideas We Would Rather Forget” bin. 

Here’s the backstory:

Before Richard Williams directed the animation for Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, there was an earlier attempt at Disney, from 1981 to 1983, to adapt Gary K. Wolf’s book Who Censored Roger Rabbit. ...

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? looked much different in its first life at Disney.

Career Spotlight

Clearance Coordinator_thumb
In the entertainment and media industries, clearing a property refers to the practice of securing permission to use copyrighted material or personal likeness, or researching a property to ensure that there are no ownership claims and disputes. This is a necessary step in reproducing or appropriating work such as photographs, songs, television clips, or names.

Employer Spotlight

Henson Recording Studios

Purchased by The Jim Henson Company in 1999, the former site of A&M Records is now the Henson Recording Studios. However, despite a music history that stretches back to the 1960s, the studios were born of film legacy.

Industry Calendar

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