Happy Feet Has Legs to Match

For the third consecutive week, Warner Bros.’ Happy Feet is the top draw at the North American box office. The computer-animated penguin pic took in around $17 million over the ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet Faces Nativity

Warner Bros.’ Happy Feet faces some tough competition this weekend as it tries to hold onto the top spot at the North American box office for a third week. The leading contender ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Revisiting Matinee Superman

It’s a red-letter day for Superman Fans as Warner Home Video unloads a plethora of material based on the DC Comics property created in 1939 by Jerry Seigel and Joe Shuster. Consumers ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Thankful for Happy Feet

The Thanksgiving weekend may have been bad news for a lot of birds, but not the singing and dancing penguins in Warner Bros. animated feature Happy Feet. The CG family flick held onto ... Continue Reading →

Zaentz Wants Jackson for Hobbit

A J.R.R. Tolkien film without director/producer Peter Jackson at the helm? The thought incited fans to protest after New Line Cinema announced that it would move on with plans to produce ... Continue Reading →

Moviegoers Get D’j’ Vu, Fountain

Will Mumble and his fellow penguins hold onto the top box-office spot over the long Thanksgiving weekend or will one of the highly promoted newcomers set Warner Bros.’ Happy Feet ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet Stomps Bond

Despite all the hype surrounding the revitalized James Bond franchise, Warner Bros.’ animated Happy Feet claimed the top spot at the North American box office over the weekend. ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet Waltzes into Theaters

With that waddle and those tuxedo markings, penguins are living poof that Mother Nature has a sense of humor. But will Warner Bros. be laughing all the way to the bank after this weekend’s ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Writes Down Flushed

While it’s no secret that the computer-animated feature Flushed Away hasn’t been performing as well as some of DreamWorks Animation’s previous releases, the studio ... Continue Reading →

AniMag Ad Rates Rolled Back to 1987!

In honor of the 20th Anniversary of Animation Magazine, we’re reeling in the years by going back to our original 1987 advertising rates! This is a one-time chance to be part ... Continue Reading →