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Briefly: Hatcher on "Coraline;" WALL-E Award; "Raven" Update; 3-D Eye Diagnosis

* Teri Hatcher has discussed her role as the Other Mother in Coraline, noting that most of her other work is “inappropriate” for her 11-year old, and joked that several parents she knew declared ‘No more sleepovers at Hatchers’ house’ after watching a screening of the movie. [Women’s Wear Daily]

* The Producers Guild of America has given WALL-E producer Jim Morris its Producer of the Year Award in Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures. [AWN]

* Nicanor Loreti has provided a poster and a status update for the animated adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic poem “The Raven” that he is working on with Mariano Cattaneo, with narration provided by Billy Drago. Loreti stating that the animation is close to finished and ready for scoring. [Fangoria Online]

* The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) states that “up to 56% of those 18 to 38 years of age” have problems with binocular vision that will prevent them from seeing the 3-D effects in the upcoming Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D commercial during next week’s Super Bowl, and that the commercial may diagnose many such individuals who have adjusted to gain normal stereoscopic vision. [PR Newswire, via IMDb]

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