Singer Announces July 17 Release of ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past — Rogue Cut’

Bryan Singer announced a July 14 home video release date for the long-awaited X-Men: Days of Future Past — Rogue Cut. The new version of last summer’s hit Fox film based on ... Continue Reading →

Star Wars Stand-Alone Film to Tell Origin of Boba Fett

Boba Fett, get ready for your closeup. The beloved bounty hunter from Star Wars lore has been confirmed as the lead character in the second Star Wars Anthology film, due for release ... Continue Reading →

‘Fearsome Beastie’ Adaptation to Star Brian Blessed

British children’s author Giles Paley-Phillips’s popular rhyming tale The Fearsome Beastie (Maverick Arts Publishing, 2011) will be adapted into a CG animated film featuring ... Continue Reading →

eOne Rolls Out Moetion’s ‘Two by Two’

Entertainment One (eOne) has acquired multiple territory rights to indie animated feature Two by Two from Irish studio Moetion Films and producer Moe Honan. The film will launch in ... Continue Reading →

MCF Picks Up Both ‘Pet Pals’ Flicks for CEE

Gruppo Alcuni has inked a deal with MCF MegaCom Film for its two animated features starring its popular, plucky animal heroes: Pet Pals – Marco Polo’s Code and the more ... Continue Reading →

‘Age of Ultron’ Domestic B.O. Debut Falls Short of First ‘Avengers’

To no one’s surprise, Avengers: Age of Ultron dominated the weekend box office fully and completely. What is a surprise — to some, at least — is that the movie’s $188 ... Continue Reading →

English Trailer for ‘El Americano’ Arrives

El Americano, one of our favorite indie features of the past year has released a trailer for its English-language version. The story follows a young bird who heads to Hollywood in hopes ... Continue Reading →

Modine Joins Bill Plympton’s ‘Revengeance’

Actor Matthew Modine has joined the voice cast of Bill Plympton’s new animated feature Revengeance, currently raising funds on Kickstarter. Best known as Private Joker in Stanley ... Continue Reading →

Trailer for ‘Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet’ Tantalizes

Aug. 7 can’t come quick enough for animation fans waiting to see Salma Hayek’s passion project: an animated adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet. Adapting one of the most ... Continue Reading →

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Poised for Huge Domestic Bow

It’s the second coming of the Avengers, and movie theaters and moviegoers across North America are prepping to make the Marvel movie sequel a massive hit. Avengers: Age of Ultron ... Continue Reading →