Watchmen Pics Emerge

With Warner Bros.’ big-screen adaptation of Alan Moore’s and Dave Gibbons’ Hugo Award-wining graphic novel Watchmen one year to the day away from opening, director ... Continue Reading →

Dragonball Movie Pushed to 2009

Fans of the popular Dragonball comics, animated series and videogames will apparently have to wait until next year toe see the property unspool on the big screen. reports ... Continue Reading →

Imira Brings Cow to MIP Market

Spanish production and distribution company Imira Ent. will offer the international debut of the French animated show Tangerine & Cow at MIPTV in Cannes next month. The series ... Continue Reading →

IFC Has Fear(s) of the Dark

IFC Ent. has picked up North American distribution rights to the animated French feature Peur(s) du noir (Fear(s) of the Dark), according to The Hollywood Reporter. Employing drawings ... Continue Reading →

Azaria in Treehouse for Simpsons Sequel

Having grossed more than $525 million worldwide, The Simpsons Movie is all but guaranteed to see a sequel, and voice cast member Hank Azaria has an intriguing concept. The actor told ... Continue Reading →

Jumper Still Hopping Overseas

The vfx-driven sci-fi thriller Jumper from 20 Century Fox and director Doug Liman (Mr. and Mrs. Smith, The Bourn Ultimatum) leaped to the top of the domestic box office last month, ... Continue Reading →

Butler Goes Pirate for Watchmen

Gerard Butler, who rocketed to stardom by portraying the lead character in Warner Bros.’ take on the Frank Miller graphic novel 300, will play a role in director Zack Snyder’s ... Continue Reading →

Cars 2, Tron, Pirates 4 in 2011?

A regular contributor told Aint It Cool News ( that Disney is lining up sequels to Cars, Pirates of the Caribbean and National Treasure, as well as a stereoscopic ... Continue Reading →

Highmore is Voice of Astro Boy

Daily Variety reports that ubiquitous child actor Freddie Highmore (The Spiderwick Chronicles, August Rush, Arthur and the Invisibles, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Finding Neverland) ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Absorbs New Line

Despite a catalog of films that includes the blockbuster Lord of the Rings franchise and the recent CG-laden fantasy flick The Golden Compass, New Line Cinema has been operating as ... Continue Reading →