DreamWorks’ Monsters vs. Aliens AttacksEarlier Than Planned

Believe it or not, it’s not too soon to shuffle animated movie release dates for 2009. The latest example: DreamWorks Animation and Paramount announced today that their upcoming ... Continue Reading →

Animation Lab Ropes in Artists for Wild Bunch

Irsael’s toon and new media studio Animation Lab has announced the addition of seven new artists and writers to the team assembled for its upcoming feature The Wild Bunch, which ... Continue Reading →

Laura’s Star Will Shine Again in Sequel

Piet De Rycker and Thilo Rothkirch’s charming 2004 feature Laura’s Star will be getting a sequel, thanks to a $562,000 funding package from German organization Medienboard ... Continue Reading →

Dragons No Match For Foster

Despite an aggressive marketing campaign and a wide release, FreeStyle Releasing’s CG-laden creature feature Dragon Wars was defeated at the box office by fellow newcomers The ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Plans Paddington Pic

It looks as if Paddington Bear will be the latest literary/animated character to make his way to the big screen a la Stuart Little and Garfield. According to Daily Variety, Warner Bros. ... Continue Reading →

Dragon Wars Waged in Theaters

CG-animated dragons attack Los Angeles in Dragon Wars, the English-language South Korean film that broke box office records in its native country, where it was released under the title ... Continue Reading →

Disney Puts More Quarters Into Tron

Rev up your Light Cycles for another race to the MCP Cone. The Hollywood Reporter brings word today that Disney is developing a new Tron movie and is sewing up a deal with commercial ... Continue Reading →

Iron Man Trailer Hits the Web

A sneak peek at Marvel Studios’ upcoming Iron Man movie was the big hit of San Diego Comic-Con over the summer, and now everyone can get a glimpse of Robert Downey Jr. in action ... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man Takes on Robotech

Thanks to the box-office success of DreamWorks/Paramount’s Transformers, we have not only Voltron to look forward to, but also Robotech. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Spider-Man ... Continue Reading →

Open Season 2 Skips Theaters

Though a worldwide box-office gross of $189 million is nothing to scoff at, the success of Sony Pictures Animation’s flagship CG family film, Open Season, rates at the lower end ... Continue Reading →