Raytheon Building Real Iron Man Suit

For better or worse, our world is filled with things that once only existed in science-fiction stories. Now it appears that comic books and anime have inspired a real Iron Man suit ... Continue Reading →

Iron Man Blasts Off

Expect local cineplexes to be packed tonight as Paramount Pictures debuts Marvel Ent.’s latest superhero epic, Iron Man, with late-night screenings. Though it’s still officially ... Continue Reading →

NatGeo Kids Embarks on Big Screen Safari

National Geographic Kids Entertainment (NGKE) has teamed with Kidtoons, a division of The Bigger Picture, an AccessIT company, to launch National Geographic Kids’ Big Screen Safari. ... Continue Reading →

‘Solid Quarter’ for DreamWorks Animation

The animated comedy Bee Movie was the biggest revenue generator for DreamWorks Animation SKG during the first quarter of fiscal 2008. The studio has reported total revenue of $156.6 ... Continue Reading →

Curious Animates Search for Bin Laden

New York-based entertainment media company Curious Pictures created animated sequences for Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?, the latest documentary from Academy Award-nominated ... Continue Reading →

Fox Weighs In with Zero-G

Having passed on a filmed version of Microsoft’s Halo, one of the most successful video game franchises ever, 20th Century Fox has reportedly acquired rights to a game that hasn’t ... Continue Reading →

Del Toro Signs Up for Two Hobbit Adventures

Guillermo del Toro has officially signed to direct The Hobbit, J. R. R. Tolkien’s prequel to The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Producers Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, New Line president ... Continue Reading →

Animag Goes Green on Earth Day!

In honor of Earth Day, we want to do our part in saving the planet. That’s why we’re offering a special one-time subscription price to the digital version of Animation Magazine‘a ... Continue Reading →

Kung Fu Panda, Indy 4 to Bow in Cannes

DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming feature Kung Fu Panda is set to make its worldwide premiere at the 61st edition of the Cannes Film Festival (May 14-25). In recent years, the glamorous ... Continue Reading →

VIZ’s Bleach Movie to Splash on 300 Screens

He sees dead people. That’s Kurosaki Ichigo, the young hero of the hit anime series Bleach, created by manga artist Tite Kubo, which first began airing in Japan in 2004 and was ... Continue Reading →