No Fairytale Bow for Happily

The animated fairy tale spoof Happily N’ever After arrived at the ball over the weekend but didn’t quite make the appearance distributor Loinsgate had hoped for. The family ... Continue Reading →

Book Opens on Happily N’Ever After

Loinsgate’s CG-animated fairly tale spoof Happily N’ever After opens in wide release across North America today, offering another twisted take on classic children stories, ... Continue Reading →

Feast Writers Revisit Tingler

Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, whose script Feast was produced for the third season of Matt Damon’s and Ben Affleck’s reality series Project Greenlight, have been hired ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age Leads Fox in Record Year

According to Fox Filmed Entertainment, 2006 saw the studio earn approximately $3.5 billion in movie ticket sales, the biggest worldwide box-office gross for any slate of films in the ... Continue Reading →

Robotech Movie Premieres in Midwest

FUNimation Films will treat moviegoers in Ohio to the Midwest premiere of Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles, the new animated feature that continues the saga introduced by the 1980s television ... Continue Reading →

Aqua Teen Set for Big Screen

After months of speculation about the fate of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force feature film, fans can rest assured that Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad will indeed make it to the big screen. ... Continue Reading →

Museum Cah-chings in the New Year

The vfx-laden Ben Stiller comedy Night at the Museum sold more tickets than any other film over the holiday period, earning an estimated $125.7 million for 20th Century Fox over the ... Continue Reading →

New Line Reels in Shark Tale

New Line Cinema has temporarily shelved Meg, its big-budget adaptation of Steve Alten’s 1998 novel about a prehistoric shark, or Megalodon, that wreaks havoc in modern times. ... Continue Reading →

Museum Open for Business

Since opening on Wednesday, MGM’s Rocky Balboa has been a box office heavyweight, but can the comeback story of the year stand up against Ben Stiller slapping a monkey? Twentieth ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Seeing Arthur and the Invisibles

I’ve been a fan of director Luc Besson’s work since 1990′s La Femme Nikita, and have particularly enjoyed The Professional (L’on) and his sci-fi actioner The ... Continue Reading →