IMAX Going Digital with Madagascar

Large-format cinema exhibitor IMAX plans to phase out its 70mm film output in favor of a digital projection system, according to The Hollywood Reporter. to a digital system of projection. ... Continue Reading →

Iron Man Crosses $300 Million

As The Incredible Hulk attempts to smash new competition in theaters this weekend, Marvel Studios’ and Paramount Pictures’ Iron Man passed a major milestone in retaining ... Continue Reading →

Wiseman Turning Gears of War

Len Wiseman, director of the Underworld films and Live Free or Die Hard, has been tapped by New Line to helm a movie based on Epic Games’ award-winning video game Gears of War, ... Continue Reading →

Highmore Wraps Bessons’ Arthur Sequels

In an interview with SCI FI Channel’s SCI FI Wire, child star Freddie Highmore says that he recently laid down his last voice tracks for two upcoming sequels to French filmmaker ... Continue Reading →

Astro Boy Goes to Summit

Hong Kong- and Los Angeles-based Imagi Animation Studios has found a distributor for its upcoming CG-animated feature film Astro Boy. Based on Osamu Tezuka’s classic manga and ... Continue Reading →

Hulk, Happening Outperform Predictions

Friday the 13th proved to be a lucky date for Marvel and Universal as their reboot of The Incredible Hulk brought in an estimated $54.5 million domestically over the weekend. Playing ... Continue Reading →

Russian World Studios Launches Toon Division

A full-length feature based the fairy tale Konyok Gorbunok will be the first project of Russian World Studios’ newly launched animation arm. Variety reports that the Russian studio ... Continue Reading →

Exodus and Sparx Team Up for Bunyan

L.A.-based Exodus Film Group will team up with Paris-based Sparx Animation Studios to deliver its upcoming feature Bunyan & Babe. According to Variety, Sparx will begin work on ... Continue Reading →

Hulk Ready to Smash Shyamalan at B.O.

The Incredible Hulk smashes his way back into theaters this weekend with a reimagining of the popular Marvel Comics character that is more straightforward than Ang Lee’s less-than-successful ... Continue Reading →

L.A.’s Nuart Screens Animation Show Volume 4

The Fourth edition of The Animation Show, the hip collection of contemporary shorts curated by Mike Judge makes it Los Angeles debut at the Nuart theater today.(Judge’s former ... Continue Reading →