Futurama’s Yonder Comes to Comedy Central

Into the Wild Green Yonder, an original Futurama feature released last year on DVD, will have its broadcast debut as a four-part show Aug. 30 on Comedy Central. The feature, in which ... Continue Reading →

CN Orders 2 New Series, More Flapjack and Adventure

Cartoon Network has given the green light to two new animated comedy series: Regular Show and Horrorbots. The network also announced it is ordering more episodes of the series The Marvelous ... Continue Reading →

Disney Debuts English-Language Ponyo

Hayao Miyazaki’s most-recent animated movie Ponyo finally arrives in American cinemas, complete with a star-studded English-language cast courtesy of Disney. Disney is distributing ... Continue Reading →

MoonScoop Signs Up Dyrdek’s Wild Grinders

Skateboarding icon Rob Dyrdek will star in a series of animated shorts and viral videos based on his semi-autobiographical brand Wild Grinders as part of an overall licensing deal with ... Continue Reading →

Planetside’s Terragen 2

The last time I used Terragen was around a million years ago to create a matte painting background to be the stand in for Oahu. I recently discovered that the Planetside software has ... Continue Reading →

FotoKem Buys Spy Post, Starts VFX Unit

FotoKem, one of the top post-production facility in Hollywood for more than four decades, has bought Spy Post, a San Francisco-based commercials and movie post production company. The ... Continue Reading →

Goldsmith Gets Original for Canada’s Family, Disney Playhouse

Michael Goldsmith has been named the new director of original programming for Family Channel and Playhouse Disney Canada by parent company Astral Television Networks, according to Cynopsis. Goldsmith ... Continue Reading →

Montreal Fest Premieres 2 NFB Shorts

The animated short films Vive la Rose and Land of the Heads ‘ both produced by the National Film Board of Canada ‘ will premiere at the Montreal World Film Festival. Bruce ... Continue Reading →

LEGO Movie Clicks at Warner Bros.

With toys becoming the latest option craze at Hollywood studios, it should surprise no one that Warner Bros. has signed a deal to develop a LEGO movie. According to Variety, the movie ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg in Talks to Produce Halo Movie

A movie adaptation of the popular video game Halo may be back on track as IESB.net reports that Steven Spielberg is in talks to develop the game into a feature. The Oscar-winning director ... Continue Reading →