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Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman directed the massive box office winner Paranormal Activity 3 and now have reportedly signed on to the fourth installment in the home-made fright franchise, and will executive produce a Catfish series for MTV. The directors talk with Co.Create about the evolution of storytelling, branded content, and why they’re not really narcissists.
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Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman directed the massive box office winner Paranormal Activity 3 and now have reportedly signed on to the fourth installment in the home-made fright franchise, and will executive produce a Catfish series for MTV. The directors talk with Co.Create about the evolution of storytelling, branded content, and why they’re not really narcissists.

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Some Mobbing Behavior Of Birds With Your Popcorn?

Want to hear a Harvard professor hold forth on the neuropsychology of zombies? Then attend an event at the newly expanded “Science on Screen” series, where films are followed by scientific discourse.

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Some Mobbing Behavior Of Birds With Your Popcorn?

Want to hear a Harvard professor hold forth on the neuropsychology of zombies? Then attend an event at the newly expanded “Science on Screen” series, where films are followed by scientific discourse.

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DC Entertainment serves up a sneak peak at the next step in its evolution as a multimedia entertainment company, with a new brand and interactive logo that celebrate its long history of secret identities, superpowers and storytelling.

The new overarching concept embraces the DC Entertainment corporate identity—which comprises publishing, media, and merchandise. That includes the three publishing imprints—DC Comics (superheroes), Vertigo (edgier fare), and Mad Magazine (humor)—plus movies, TV shows, video games, DVDs and merchandising, most of which are distributed by Warner Bros. Thematically, the new look and feel imparts a sense of great storytelling, appeals to all ages, and is flexible across media, digital platforms, and characters.

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In the clip for “Sprawl II,” you can control the dance moves of creepy suburban drones using your webcam, but there’s more to the video than just its novelty.
We spoke with Arcade Fire collaborator Vincent Morisset to find out more about how Dancing In The Sprawl was created. 

In the clip for “Sprawl II,” you can control the dance moves of creepy suburban drones using your webcam, but there’s more to the video than just its novelty.

We spoke with Arcade Fire collaborator Vincent Morisset to find out more about how Dancing In The Sprawl was created. 

With its splashy augmented reality-infused sets, unorthodox format, and world premieres of gamer-baiting blockbusters, this year’s VGAs are rewriting awards show code.

With its splashy augmented reality-infused sets, unorthodox format, and world premieres of gamer-baiting blockbusters, this year’s VGAs are rewriting awards show code.

At a preview of his “Dark Knight Rises” prologue, director Christopher Nolan advised how “to capture the grandeur of movies,” where you need to see the movie in July to fully grasp his Bat-vision, and a tip on the best way to watch the preview ahead of “Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol” on Dec. 16.

At a preview of his “Dark Knight Rises” prologue, director Christopher Nolan advised how “to capture the grandeur of movies,” where you need to see the movie in July to fully grasp his Bat-vision, and a tip on the best way to watch the preview ahead of “Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol” on Dec. 16.