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Animal Logic set to seal Lego deals

16 October 2014 1:21 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Animal Logic CEO Zareh Nalbandian was eager to talk about the world-class creativity of Australian visual artists, technicians and producers as well as his long-time mentor Murray Forrest before accepting an industry award on Thursday night. But he was constrained in what he could say about Animal Logic.s participation in the three upcoming Lego movies on Warner Bros. slate. .We are optimistic about making an announcement very soon about Animal Logic.s involvement in future Lego movies,. he told If before accepting the Murray Forrest award for excellence in filmcraft. At the closing night of the Australian International Movie Convention on the Gold Coast Forrest presented the award to Nalbandian and the Aimc lifetime achievement award was bestowed on veteran actor Michael Caton. WB has announced the Lego spin-off Ninjago, directed by Charlie Bean and based on the Cartoon Network animated series of the same name, will be released »

- Don Groves

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Eric Bana: 5 Awesome Performances And 5 That Sucked

4 July 2014 5:56 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Jerry Bruckheimer Films

Today sees the Stateside release of Deliver Us From Evil, a new horror-thriller which sees Eric Bana returning to prominence. Directed by Scott Derrickman, who helmed Sinister and the remake of The Day The Earth Stood Still, the film stars Bana as Ralph Sarchie, a New York street cop who is drawn into a case with renegade priest Mendoza (Edgar Ramirez). Ostensibly a man of no religious belief, Sarchie is forced to confront his lack of faith as New York heads for destruction…

However well the film ends up faring with critics and audiences, it presents a good opportunity to re-examine Bana’s career. Since making his big-screen debut in 1997′s The Castle, Bana has slowly built himself a reputation as one of the most consistent yet underrated actors in the business. While he’s brushed with mainstream success on several occasions, he’s never quite attained »

- Daniel Mumby

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