Grevioux Adapts, Directs Pale Graphic Novel

Kevin Grevioux is jumping behind the cameras to direct his first feature film, The Pale Horseman, based on his own graphic novel. Grevioux, who co-created the Underworld franchise, ... Continue Reading →

Scribes Set up Q at Starz

Toy Story writers Alec Sokolow and Joel Cohen have sold an original screenplay inspired by Don Quixote to Starz Media Animation. The script, titled Q, is about puppets in Central Park ... Continue Reading →

Academy Shines Spotlight on Anime Classics

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will shine a spotlight on Japanese animation with the opening May 15 of an exhibit titled ANIME! High Art ‘ Pop Culture. The exhibit ... Continue Reading →

Dustys Open its Doors for Animation Night

The School of Visual Arts’ Dusty Film and Animation Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this week with free screenings of student films ‘ including an entire night ... Continue Reading →

Hit Adds Three to New Toon Slate

Leading children’s entertainment producer Hit Entertainment has announced three additions to its development slate. The three new series are: ‘Mike the Knight, a 52 x 10 ... Continue Reading →

Wolverine Cuts Big Slice of B.O. Pie

X-Men Origins: Wolverine blew away the competition at the box office this weekend, slashing and cutting its way to an $87 million domestic take. The opening was the second strongest ... Continue Reading →

Death Note Writes Ticket to Big Screen

Warner Bros. is hoping the manga series Death Note is as popular on the big screen as it is in print, picking up the rights to turn it into an American live-action release. The property ... Continue Reading →

Disney Buys Hulu Stake

Disney has purchased an ownership stake in the online video site The studio has agreed to a deal that will make it an equity partner in the site along with NBC Universal, ... Continue Reading →

First look: Star Trek D-A-C, Top Gun

Paramount Digital Entertainment is looking to prove there’s plenty of gaming life in old franchises with the release of Star Trek: D-A-C and Top Gun. The Trek game builds off ... Continue Reading →

Katzenberg Reups; DreamWorks Reports Record Q1

Jeffrey Katzenberg has renewed his contract with DreamWorks Animation, and will stay on as CEO of the studio he co-founded through 2013. Katzenberg will continue to earn a salary of ... Continue Reading →