Ghouly Boys Comic Optioned for Screen

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the comic-book series The Ghouly Boys may be brought to the big screen by Benderspink, which adapted John Wagner and Vince Locke’s graphic ... Continue Reading →

Furry Freak Bros. Gets Stop-mo Treatment

Dave Borthwick, director of the cult favorite feature The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb and the Weinstein Co.’s upcoming toon release, Doogal: The Magic Roundabout, is directing ... Continue Reading →

Walden Acquires Allende Trilogy

Fresh off the global success of its Disney collaboration, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Walden Media has snatched up rights to another young adult ... Continue Reading →

Hoodwinked Riding High at B.O.

The CG-animated Hoodwinked proved to be the little indie that could, claiming the top spot at the North American box office over the four-day holiday period, according to estimates. ... Continue Reading →

Theaters Get Hoodwinked

Hoodwinked, the new animated motion picture from Kanbar Ent. and The Weinstein Co., opens in theaters across North America toady, bringing audiences a comical new take on the classic ... Continue Reading →

Barbera Revisits Tom and Jerry

It’s been 65 years since Joseph Barbera and William Hanna created the famous cat-and-mouse duo known as Tom and Jerry, but the property is still very much alive. Barbera recently ... Continue Reading →

Branson’s Virgin Animation to Fly in India

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Virgin Comics and Virgin Animation are being set up in India by Virgin Air mogul Richard Branson, filmmaker Shekar Kapur, author Deepak Chopra and ... Continue Reading →

Disney Debuts The Wild Trailer on Starz

Premium cable network Starz will host the world television premiere of the trailer for Walt Disney Pictures’ upcoming animated feature, The Wild. Stars Entertainment Group subscribers ... Continue Reading →

BloodRayne Brings Game to Screen

The latest video game to come to the big screen is BloodRayne, a Majesco title adapted by game-to-film specialist Uwe Boll (House of the Dead, Alone in the Dark). The production was ... Continue Reading →

Narnia Dethrones Kong

‘Twas Aslan that killed the beast at the North American box office over the weekend as Disney’s and Walden Media’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and ... Continue Reading →