Dick Tracy, Dangermouse on Disc

The adventures of cartoonist Chester Gould’s classic gumshoe character Dick Tracy have been depicted in a number of medium over the years, including comic books, theatrical serials, ... Continue Reading →

LEGO Star Wars Exhibits Force

Released last week in conjunction with the debut of the unadulterated original Star Wars trilogy on DVD, LucasArts’ LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy has sold 1.1 million ... Continue Reading →

Sleep Lively in Limited Release

In his latest live-action feature, Idiocracy, Beavis & Butt-Head creator Mike Judge imagines a futuristic society that has been dumbed down to the point that the No. 1 movie in ... Continue Reading →

Blanchett to Tell Cartoonist’s Story

Oscar-winning actor Cate Blanchett (The Aviator) will play cartoonist Marisa Acocella Marchetto in a feature film based on her memoir, Cancer Vixen: A True Story. According to The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Vive la Renaissance!

The title of director Christian Volckman’s Renaissance ironically refers to a futuristic society obsessed with beauty to the point that a major cosmetics company has become the ... Continue Reading →

Sleep, Flyboys Debut

If you’re not lucky enough to get to a screening of Miramax’s Renaissance this weekend, there’s more accessible animation to be found in the form of visual effects ... Continue Reading →

Exodus finds Igor Director

Exodus Film Group has hired Tony Leondis (Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch) to direct its CG-animated feature, Igor. Featuring the voices of Christian Slater, Steve Buscemi, ... Continue Reading →

Theatrical Date Set for Christmas Carol

A classic Charles Dickens tale is re-imagined with animals in A Christmas Carol, a new CG-animated feature film from global animation company BKN International AG. Before it arrives ... Continue Reading →

Third-Base Hit for Everyone’s Hero

Starz Animation and 20th Century Fox didn’t exactly hit a grand slam with their flagship CG-animated theatrical feature, Everyone’s Hero. The period piece about a boy and ... Continue Reading →

Earthworks’ Z-Force Gets Theatrical

Earthworks Ent. has teamed with film distribution company Kindred Media to roll out its animated Z-Force feature in 35 U.S. cities during February and March of 2007. The companies hope ... Continue Reading →