Win a Signed Garfield Animation Cel!

In celebrating Garfield’s 30th Anniversary and today’s home video release of Garfield: A Cat and His Nerd, Fox Home Entertainment and Paws Inc. have given us an original ... Continue Reading →

Iron Man Beats Speed Racer

The summer’s second big release put the pedal to the metal over the weekend, but Warner Bros.’ Speed Racer didn’t have quite enough gas to pull past Paramount Pictures’ ... Continue Reading →

Madagascar Escapes 2 IMAX

IMAX Corp. and DreamWorks Animation SKG today announced that Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa will be released in IMAX theatres worldwide on Nov. 7, 2008. The animation studio’s next ... Continue Reading →

Chipmunks Return in 2010

When the first movie based on Ross Bagdasarian’s high-pitched trio of rodents made more than $358 million worldwide, a sequel became inevitable. Now Daily Variety reports that ... Continue Reading →

Witchblade Movie Greenlit

Having sold more than 100 million copies worldwide since its 1995 debut, the Top Cow comic-book property Witchblade is set to hit the big screen through a partnership with Platinum ... Continue Reading →

Speed Racer Roars Into Theaters

Tatsuo Yoshida’s classic manga and anime series finally makes its way to the big screen today as Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ Speed Racer ... Continue Reading →

Routh Takes on Dylan Dog

While his future as the Man of Steel is in question, Superman Returns star Brandon Routh remains firmly rooted in the world of comic books. According to Daily Variety, the actor has ... Continue Reading →

Igor Trailer Hits the Web

After hearing about Exodus Film Group’s upcoming CG-animated feature film Igor for years, a trailer has finally surfaced. The Weinstein Co. is handling worldwide distribution ... Continue Reading →

nWave Takes 3D Trip Around the World

Belgian animation studio nWave Pictures will follow up its first narrative CG-animated family film, Fly Me to the Moon, with a stereoscopic 3D adventure titled Around the World in 50 ... Continue Reading →

Comic Fans Get Spirit for Christmas

Frank Miller’s big-screen adaptation of the Will Eisner comic book series The Spirit is coming to theaters sooner than expected. Previously set to open on Jan. 16, the Lionsgate ... Continue Reading →