Titans Unleash $64M Opening

Clash of the Titans powered its way to the top of the box office this weekend, taking in a leading $64 million. The remake of the 1981 cult classic was released in 2D and 3-D versions. ... Continue Reading →

Stan Lee Media Lawsuit Dismissed

A U.S. District Court judge put an end to a long-running lawsuit filed by shareholders in the long-defunct Stan Lee Media Inc. over the company’s breakup that included a claim ... Continue Reading →

FMX Sets Full Program Schedule

The 15th edition FMX, set for May 4-7 in Stuttgart, Germany, has finalized and announced the complete program for this year’s event. The conference covers a wide range of topics, ... Continue Reading →

Titans Clash in 3-D, Kells Arrives in L.A.

Modern takes on a pair of ancient tales ‘ one a mammoth, the other modest ‘ will compete for moviegoers’ attention at the box office the weekend. Clash of the Titans, ... Continue Reading →

Selick Comes Home to Disney-Pixar

Coraline director Henry Selick has signed a deal to make stop-motion animated features for Disney-Pixar. The deal brings Selick back to the studio where he began his animation career ... Continue Reading →

Producers Sue Weinsteins Over Hoodwinked Sequel Release

Kanbar Entertainment, the producers of the animated feature Hoodwinked, have filed a petition with a judge in San Francisco County claiming that The Weinstein Co. breached their contract ... Continue Reading →

Crunchyroll to Stream Stan Lee-created Anime Series

The internet will give fans in America their first look in April at Heroman, a new anime series co-created by Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment and Japanese studio Bones. Asian culture ... Continue Reading →

Robinson to Head Up Sony Deal at Gotham Group

Eric Robinson, a former executive with The Weinstein Co., has joined The Gotham Group as executive VP of production and development. Robinson’s main duty at the management and ... Continue Reading →

24th Annual WonderCon Gets Animated

Fans flocking to San Francisco for this weekend’s WonderCon will likely notice two things ‘ one, it’s nowhere near as jam-packed as its sister show Comic-Con International: ... Continue Reading →

Little Airplane’s Hot Small Potatoes Scores Sales

Small Potatoes, a new short-form animated series from Little Airplane Productions, has been pre-sold to broadcasters in Europe, Australia and Canada. The series is set to air first ... Continue Reading →