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Fox Star Studios India will release The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader on December 10, a week ahead of its U.S. release, making this the second Hollywood film after 2008's James Bond outing Quantum of Solace to open here first.

In addition, FSSI will give Narnia the biggest release for a Hollywood film to date, with over 800 prints including dubbed versions in Hindi and regional languages and 3D versions as well. The previous Hollywood release with the highest number prints was last year's 2012, which opened with 766 prints and collected over $20 million.

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Particles are an important part of effects work, because they allow free-form information in 3D space. Unfortunately, there is no standard format for particles akin to Wavefront .obj. Most animation systems have their own proprietary particle formats. For example Maya uses the binary and ascii particle database formats .pdb and .pda file formats. Houdini uses the .geo and .bgeo geometry uber formats.

North kingdom a digital creative agency from Sweden have worked along with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Online in creating a fun game 'The Great Piggy Bank Adventure' for kids which also teaches them about finance.

The most popular animation series on television ‘The Simpsons’ is all set to stage a comeback in the near future. According to reports in the media, ‘The Simpsons’ family will be on our television sets for the 23rd season in the year 2012. And this time Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie and the rest of the Simpsons family plan to spend a longer time with us as Fox has already announced more than a 500 episode series this season.

Silverline Animation Technologies has touched an intraday high of Rs 23.80 and an intraday low of Rs 21.80. At 15:27 hours the share was trading at Rs 21.80, down Rs 0.2, or 0.91%, with volumes of 58,390 shares.

Yesterday the share closed down 7.95% or Rs 1.90 at Rs 22.00.

The Royal Bank Of Scotland NV sold 5 lakh shares of Silverline Animation Technologies at Rs 22.01 a share on Thursday.