Stars Visit Exodus’ Color City

Exodus Film Group, the company behind Igor, has tapped some star power for it upcoming CG-animated family feature, The Hero of Color City. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rosie ... Continue Reading →

3-D Makeover for Beauty and the Beast

Do traditionally animated classics have a future as 3-D releases? Disney seems to think so. According to Daily Variety, the studio is planning to add some dimension to the 1991 Oscar-nominated ... Continue Reading →

Disney, IMAX Ink Five-Pic Deal

Disney and IMAX Corp. are partnering for a slate of five upcoming films, starting the 2009 debut of Robert Zemeckis stereoscopic 3-D, performance-capture retelling of Charles Dickens’ ... Continue Reading →

Verbinski Remaking The Host

Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski has teamed with Universal Pictures to produce a remake the 2006 Korean creature feature The Host (Gwoemul), according to Daily Variety. ... Continue Reading →

Boys to X-Men

You know Hollywood is youth-obsessed when Hugh Jackman and James Marsden are considered old men. Daily Variety reports that Twentieth Century Fox is developing a new X-Men movie featuring ... Continue Reading →

Intel Kicks off Mass Animation Project

Intel Corp. announced the start of Mass Animation, a collaborative, worldwide effort to produce a computer-generated animated short film for theatrical release. Artists around the world ... Continue Reading →

Dark Horse to Unleash War Monkeys

Kevin Munroe, director of TMNT and Imagi’s upcoming Gatchaman CG feature, may be wrangling blood-thirsty simians for his next job. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the filmmaker ... Continue Reading →

Sparx Closes Paris Toon Shop

Sparx, the animation company behind Exodus Films’ recently distributed animated feature film Igor, is streamlining its operations as a result of the global economic crisis. Daily ... Continue Reading →

Star Trek Trailer Debuts

With new actors playing the famous crew of the Starship Enterprise, J.J. Abrams’ reboot of the Star Trek franchise is sure to be polarizing. While many will welcome a Trek for ... Continue Reading →

Del Toro, Henson Co. Cobbling Pinocchio

There’s a new animated version of the Pinocchio story in development. Daily Variety reports that Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro and the Jim Henson Co. are mounting a stop-motion ... Continue Reading →