Marvel Taps T3 Director for Sub-Mariner

The trades are reporting today that director Jonathan Mostow (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Breakdown, U571) has been hired to write and direct a film adaptation of Marvel Comics’ ... Continue Reading →

Nintendo to Ship Wii in November

Since its unveiling at this year’s E3, Nintendo’s Wii next-generation video-game console has had interactive entertainment enthusiasts chomping at the bit to give it a try. ... Continue Reading →

Hive Vies for MIPCOM Buzz

Monumental Prods., Picture Production Company and Lupus Films have teamed to co-produce The Hive, a new CG-animated preschool series debuting at Cartoon Forum and MIPCOM. Created by ... Continue Reading →

Replacements Scores for Disney Channel

The Friday, Sept. 8 primetime debut of the The Replacements was Disney Channel’s most-watched animated series premiere on record with kids 6-11 (2.06 million) and tweens 9-14 ... Continue Reading →

Carrey, Carell Corralled for Horton

Jim Carrey and Bruce Almighty co-star Steve Carell have been signed to the voice cast of 20th Century Fox’s animated adaptation of the 1954 Dr. Seuss favorite, Horton Hears a ... Continue Reading →

Two AniMag Covers!

The collectors out there should know that the October 2006 issue of Animation Magazine has two covers available. One cover features Boog, the bear character voiced by Martin Lawrence ... Continue Reading →

Stars Align for Despereaux

Universal Pictures today announced the star-studded voice cast for its upcoming animated feature, The Tale of Despereaux. Based on Kate DiCamillo’s Newberry Medal-winning children’s ... Continue Reading →

Jagger Heads Animated Ruby Tuesday

The trades are reporting today that Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger will produce an animated feature titled Ruby Tuesday under his Jagged Films banner. Based on the classic Stones ... Continue Reading →

Fox Pre-Sells Family Guy in Syndication

The once-canceled primetime cartoon series Family Guy is now fetching around $2 million per episode in the latest round of syndication deals. According to Daily Variety, 20th Century ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet May Still Go 3D

Warner Bros. tells us we may still see a stereoscopic 3D version of its upcoming CG-animated feature, Happy Feet. It was reported last week that the studio had scrapped plans release ... Continue Reading →