Media companies to form 3-D venture

Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. and Intel Corp. recently announced that they are forming a strategic alliance to create 3-D animated movies.

Officials said Intel will deliver “incredibly rich digital 3-D content to the big screen,” while DreamWorks will supply “groundbreaking 3-D filmmaking tools.”

Together, the two are set to release their first animated feature, “Monsters vs. Aliens,” slated to be released nationally on March 27, officials said.

In addition to movies, officials at the two companies said they will work to develop and promote more technologically advanced 3-D “viewing experiences on a range of other platforms, including home theater, personal computers, video games, online environments and mobile devices.”

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Tiffany to open at the Americana

Officials with the luxury retail outlet Tiffany & Co. announced this week they will be opening a new store at the Americana at Brand in mid-October.

The smaller-format store will house about 2,600 square feet of its signature goods and is slated to be open seven days a week, officials said.

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