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New Zealand Production Turns to ‘Avatar’ Sequels in Post-‘Hobbit’ World

10 November 2015 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

After 16 years, Peter Jackson’s sextet of Tolkien adaptations has come to an end. Yet the New Zealand film and TV business is thriving even without its signature franchise, turning the land that once served as Middle-Earth into a host of brave new worlds.

Despite a dearth of hobbits on set, 2015 has been a record year for international productions. Feature films and TV series alike are lining up to shoot there.

The biggest player in New Zealand’s next phase is Lightstorm Entertainment’s trio of “Avatar” sequels. The original “Avatar” had a local qualifying spend of Nz$362.8 million ($246 million) with incentives worth $35.8 million, but producer Jon Landau says it is more than just the coin that prompted James Cameron and him to return to New Zealand.

“Jim is not going back because of the financial incentives,” Landau says. “It’s part of it, but he is going because of »

- Paul Chi

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The Dinosaur That Inspired Jurassic World's Indominus Rex

22 June 2015 8:21 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Jurassic World introduced us all to the Indominus Rex, the franchise’s first genetically modified hybrid dinosaur. A bunch of scientists, including B.D. Wong’s Dr. Henry Wu, took DNA from a bunch of different dinos and merged them together to create Mother Nature’s angry accident baby. As such, she’s a fearsome foe, but the coolest part about Indominus is that her look is based on an actual dinosaur.  Jack Horner, a paleontologist and a scientific advisor on Jurassic World, spoke to Yahoo Movies about the creation of Indominus Rex and it all leads back to the Therizinosaurus. He said: I started the process with a dinosaur called Therizinosaurus that has big grasping arms. That was the most important thing — the grasping arms and its color. It’s white. BBC aired a special event called Walking With Dinosaurs: Inside Their »

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The Bizarre History of Dinosaur Movies (And Why We’ll Always Want More)

12 June 2015 2:12 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

There simply aren’t enough dinosaur movies. Even with Jurassic World in theaters right now (and Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur just a few months away), I still feel like we’re owed at least three or four more by next week. Like there’s some gnawing hole in the world that won’t be satisfied until the coolness factor of your average dinosaur (extremely high) matches with the amount of enthusiasm Hollywood has for crafting high-quality dinosaur films (middling at best). It hurts. And if you’re a fan of really big extinct lizards, you’re probably hurting too (especially given the state of the last few dinosaur flicks to hit theaters — Land of the Lost, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Walking With Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie. Come on, people). So let’s do a little walkthrough of dinosaur movie history, with two goals in mind: 1. Figure out why those who love dinosaur »

- Adam Bellotto

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Grossly engrossing! National Geographic Channel unveils the world’s first T rex Autopsy

5 June 2015 1:36 PM, PDT | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

National Geographic Channel’s Sunday-night special T Rex Autopsy takes guts … and turns them into geek-out, gruesome fun wrapped up in a hefty education in all things Tyrannosaurus rex. Mixing cutting-edge CGI effects with top-notch science — and scientists — the network will reveal how the 65-million-year-old, teeny-armed rock stars of the dinosaur world lived, the challenges they encountered and why they died. Billed as “part gruesome monster film and all real science,” T. Rex Autoposy “stars” an impressive 43’ x 13’ beastie nicknamed Edwina lovingly created over 12,000 hours by Crawley Creatures of Walking with Dinosaurs fame. And they spared the scientists no detail of … Continue reading →

The post Grossly engrossing! National Geographic Channel unveils the world’s first T rex Autopsy appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »

- Lori Acken

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Chainsaws, Bloody Boots and Dino-Hearts: Inside National Geographic's 'T.rex Autopsy'

5 June 2015 10:30 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

London, England. Something horrible has happened on TV Stage 2 at London's Pinewood Studios. Trails of sticky blood lead to and from the stage. Lurid, red fingerprints spot the doors. On the actual stage itself, the source of the carnage evident. A tyrannosaurus rex rests prone on a shiny metal platform, chest open. A sluice tray holds a stomach, curling innards and still more blood. A pair of drenched white rubber boots sits gory and ensanguinated, vacated by their owner. Science! *** *** When a network known for fact-based programming ventures into the realm of the speculative, the slope is a slippery one.  It will be years before Animal Planet and Discovery Channel recover from "Mermaids: The Body Found" and it will also probably be years before the competition stops twisting that particular knife. It's mid-April at Pinewood Studios outside of London. It's a location most associated with a fictional British spy with a license to kill, »

- Daniel Fienberg

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These Films & TV Series Are Leaving Netflix's Streaming Library at the End of This Month (January)

28 January 2015 2:34 PM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

It's not quite the end to another month, although we're just 3 days away; it's also a time when Netflix's usual monthly purge of films from its streaming library happens. So if any of the below listed movies is of interest to you, now is the time to watch them, because, on February 1, 2015, they'll be gone! By the way, for a list of films that will be added to Netflix's streaming library next month, click here. Here's the complete list of titles that will disappear on February 1 (maybe you'll find a few to add to your weekend watch-list): "A Bit Of Fry And Laurie" (1987-1995) "Airheads" (1994) "Allosaurus: Walking With Dinosaurs Special" »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Netflix Is Yanking These Movies and Shows on February 1, 2015

27 January 2015 10:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Netflix is expiring a slew of movies and TV shows in February -- but don't panic! As we previously reported, several BBC series including "Doctor Who" and the original British "The Office" that were once set to leave Netflix on Feb. 1 are staying put. However, several other BBC titles will be disappearing Feb 1. According to Variety, bid a sad toodle-doo to "Fawlty Towers," "Blackadder" and "Mi:5." (Don't worry, "Sherlock" isn't due to expire anytime soon.)

As for movies, the clock is ticking on "Zodiac," "Batman Returns," "Apocalypse Now," and "Mad Max," which will also be pulled in the monthly purge.

Here's the complete list of titles that will vanish from your streaming list (pending any sort of meddling time-travelers):

Netflix Titles Expiring February 1, 2015

"A Bit Of Fry And Laurie" (1987-1995)

"Airheads" (1994)

"Allosaurus: Walking With Dinosaurs Special" (2001)

"Apocalypse Now" (1979)

"Apocalypse Now Redux" (2001)

"Auschwitz: Inside The Nazi State" (2005)

"Batman Returns" (1989)

"Blackadder »

- Sharon Knolle

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