Lionsgate Raises Kane Game to Screen

While most video games have to develop a dedicated following before getting the cinematic treatment, Eidos Interactive’s upcoming title Kane and Lynch: Dead Men is already set ... Continue Reading →

Will Shrek Rule over Spidey?

DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek the Third hits theaters today, continuing the adventures of author William Steig’s green ogre and pals Fiona, Donkey and Puss in Boots. Attendance ... Continue Reading →

Director, Producer Talk Shrek

Shrek the Third director Chris Miller and producer Aron Warner tell us that one thing they wanted to do with the latest installment in the franchise is curb the number of pop-culture ... Continue Reading →

Student Oscar Winners Picked

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has named the eleven winners in this year’s Student Academy Awards competition. The gold, silver and bronze awards for the best ... Continue Reading →

Bee Movie Shorts to Sting NBC

With Shrek the Third opening on Friday, DreamWorks Animation is already revving up the promotional machine for its next CG family flick. The New York Daily News reports that voice star ... Continue Reading →

Art Inspired Shrek Performances

Former Saturday Night Live cast member Cheri Oteri and Strangers with Candy star Amy Sedaris say looking a storyboards and character designs really helped them get into their fairytale ... Continue Reading →

WB Applies More Animal Logic

With the outstanding success of their Oscar-winning animated feature Happy Feet and the box-office smash 300, Warner Bros. Pictures and Australian animation/vfx house Animal Logic ... Continue Reading →

Lionsgate, Frank Miller in The Spirit

Mini-major film studio Lionsgate has acquired domestic and U.K. distribution rights to the live-action adaptation of Will Eisner’s classic comic book The Spirit. The feature ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg, Jackson to Make Tintin

Blockbuster filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are teaming to launch an animated film franchise based on the classic Belgian comic book series The Adventures of Tintin, according ... Continue Reading →

Spidey Clings to Top Spot

While most film studios dream of a $60 million opening, that’s just second-week leftovers for the folks at Sony/Columbia and Marvel Studios. Despite a 60% drop in attendance from ... Continue Reading →