Fox Kills Sit Down, Shut Up!

Fox has canceled the animated comedy series Sit Down, Shut Up! and reportedly will not air any further episodes. A repeat of King of the Hill is slated for Sit Down‘s normal Sunday ... Continue Reading →

Insider Launches Kutcher’s Blah Girls

Blah Girls, a series of short interstitial animated shorts co-created by Ashton Kutcher’s Katalyst production company, will use the syndicated entertainment news show The Insider ... Continue Reading →

Daughtry Tackles He-Man Script

Newcomer Evan Daughtry has been hired to write a new draft of Grayskull, a live-action version of the classic Masters of the Universe cartoon show and toy line. The writer, who earned ... Continue Reading →

Angels & Demons Looks to Topple Trek

Angels & Demons will try to bring Star Trek back down to Earth this weekend. The Ron Howard thriller, a sequel to 2006′s The Da Vinci Code, will open in more than 3,500 theaters ... Continue Reading →

Up Includes Peek at Toy Story 3

Can’t wait until next year for Toy Story 3? Then make sure you catch Pixar’s new film Up for a glimpse at a new character from the film. Up director Pete Docter and producer ... Continue Reading →

Execs Picked to Head Bruckheimer Games Studio

Jerry Bruckheimer is one step closer to becoming as major a player in the the video game industry as he is on movie and TV screens. The producer and his parters at MTV Games have announced ... Continue Reading →

Winder Heads North to Rainmaker

Catherine Winder has left her post at Lucasfilm Animation, where she oversaw the successful Star Wars: The Clone Wars feature and series, to become president of Vancouver-based Rainmaker ... Continue Reading →

Glen Quits as CEO of Imagi

Douglas Glen has resigned as chairman and CEO of Hong Kong-based Imagi International Holdings, whose animation projects include the upcoming CG feature film Astro Boy. Board member ... Continue Reading →

10 Films Vie for Votes in NFB Contest

Voting has opened online for the National Film Board of Canada’s 5th annual short film competiton at Cannes. The contest, organized by the NFB and the Cannes Short Film Corner ... Continue Reading →

Up Debuts at Cannes to Rave Reviews

Pixar-Disney’s Up is about to make history by becoming the first animated film ‘ not to mention the first 3-D film ‘ to open the Cannes International Film Festival. That ... Continue Reading →