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 →

Babylon 5 Back in Production

Warner Home Video and Warner Bros. Television have started production on Babylon 5: The Lost Tales, a made-for-video feature that will offer two new stories collectively titled ‘Voices ... Continue Reading →

Flushed Away Holds Ground

The CG-animated feature Flushed Away from DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Animations held onto its No. 3 spot over the weekend despite the debut of four new wide-release movies. The ... Continue Reading →

Plympton Punctuates F_CK

Opening in limited release this weekend is F_CK: A Documentary, which features original animation by Oscar-nominated indie legend Bill Plympton as it examines the history of the ‘F’ ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins Take Up Piccolo

The Weinstein Co. has acquired North American rights to the French animated musical film Piccolo, Saxo and Company, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The CG family feature is an ... Continue Reading →