New Line Reels in Shark Tale

New Line Cinema has temporarily shelved Meg, its big-budget adaptation of Steve Alten’s 1998 novel about a prehistoric shark, or Megalodon, that wreaks havoc in modern times. ... Continue Reading →

Museum Open for Business

Since opening on Wednesday, MGM’s Rocky Balboa has been a box office heavyweight, but can the comeback story of the year stand up against Ben Stiller slapping a monkey? Twentieth ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Seeing Arthur and the Invisibles

I’ve been a fan of director Luc Besson’s work since 1990′s La Femme Nikita, and have particularly enjoyed The Professional (L’on) and his sci-fi actioner The ... Continue Reading →

20 Things to Look Forward to in ’07

Yeah, we know, another year is over and we’ll all be one year older! But, hey, there are plenty of cool things awaiting us in 2007′we hope! Time to put on those rose-colored ... Continue Reading →

TMNT Casting News

USA Today has reported that Sarah Michelle Gellar (The Grudge, Buffy The Vampire Slayer), Fantastitc Four‘s Chris Evans and Memoirs of a Geisha star Zhang Ziyi have joined the ... Continue Reading →

Shrek No Longer Exclusive to Universal Parks

Universal Studios and DreamWorks co-founder Steven Spielberg have released Shrek and other DreamWorks Animation properties from their exclusivity to Universal theme parks, according ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet Kicking on IMAX

In addition to dancing up big numbers at cineplexes worldwide, Warner Bros.’ animated Happy Feet has been very successful at IMAX theaters, where it has earned $10.6 million on ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Disney Back to 2D Roots?

As we wait to see what happens with Meet the Robinsons, Walt Disney Feature Animation’ second CG-animated feature after Chicken Little, we’re even more curious to find out ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Disney Back to 2D Roots?

As we wait to see what happens with Meet the Robinsons, Walt Disney Feature Animation’ second CG-animated feature after Chicken Little, we’re even more curious to find out ... Continue Reading →

Eragon, Web Trail Happyness

Two promising vfx films took a back-seat to inspirational drama over the weekend as Sony’s The Pursuit of Happyness claimed the top spot at the box office. Based on a true story, ... Continue Reading →