Warner Bros. On Doom Patrol

Among the many comic-related developments announced in conjunction with this week’s San Diego Comic-Con Int’l is Warner Bros. plan to make a feature film based on the 40-year-old ... Continue Reading →

Hulk Gets Director

Marvel Studios is moving forward with plans to make a new movie based on its classic comic book series about a scientist who transforms into a massive, green candidate for anger management. ... Continue Reading →

Igor Cast Firmed Up

Independent production entity Exodus Film Group confirmed that Christian Slater, Steve Buscemi and John Cleese will head up the voice cast of its first animated feature, Igor. The actors ... Continue Reading →

Mainframe Bought by Rainmaker

Purchased by IDT Ent. in late 2003, Canadian CG animation house Mainframe is again changing hands. The 62% of outstanding shares held by IDT and its affiliates will be bought out by ... Continue Reading →

Frank Miller Adapts Eisner’s Spirit

Frank Miller, creator of Sin City, 300 and other popular graphic novels, is turning to the works of another famous comic artist for his third feature film effort. After co-directed ... Continue Reading →

200 Theaters Become 3D Monster Houses

REAL D has announced that Columbia Pictures’ animated feature Monster House will screen in stereoscopic 3D in 200 venues as it opens in North America on Friday. The company previously ... Continue Reading →

New Speed Racer Debuts at Comic-Con

As it celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, the classic anime series Speed Racer is coming back with a new series and attendees of this week’s Comic-Con in San Diego will ... Continue Reading →

New Boondocks Episodes Delayed

Fans of Cartoon Network’s controversial animated series, The Boondocks, will have to wait until 2007 to see new episodes, according to a report in The New York Post. The season ... Continue Reading →

Pirates Treasure Runneth Over

Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest continued to plunder box office booty over the weekend, earning another $62.2 million, according to estimates. Despite ... Continue Reading →

Scanner Widens, Monster Sneaks

Though few major releases dare take on Disney’s mega blockbuster, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, the animated choices for your weekend entertainment have expanded ... Continue Reading →