Toy Story 3 to be Released in IMAX 3D

Toy Story 3 will be coming to IMAX when it’s released next summer, getting a simultaneous 3-D release in the giant-screen format. The movie will be digital remastered using IMAX ... Continue Reading →

Cameron’s Avatar Conquers the World

James Cameron’s Avatar easily won the weekend box office crowd with a $77 million take, a number hampered somewhat by severe weather on the East Coast that curtailed movie going. The ... Continue Reading →

Avatar Poised to be Holiday Blockbuster

Nearly 12 years to the day since the release of James Cameron’s last fiction film, Titanic, the director delivers one of the most anticipated films of the year with the release ... Continue Reading →

Bryan Singer Reunites with the X-Men

Bryan Singer is returning to the X-Men franchise, confirming at the Hollywood premiere of Avatar that he has signed on to develop and direct X-Men: First Class. The new film will look ... Continue Reading →

Alphanim’s Kerity Gets French Theatrical Release

The French animation production and distribution company Alphanim has issued its second theatrical relase in France with the release of Kerity, la maison des contes (Eleanor’s ... Continue Reading →

10th One Piece Theatrical Opens Big in Japan

The 10th One Piece animated movie, One Piece Film Strong World, which opened on Dec. 12th in Japan has been doing great at the box office, scoring a 1.03 billion yen (approximately ... Continue Reading →

Panda Writers to Snack on Gil’s All Fright Diner

DreamWorks Animation has hired Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris to adapt the novel Gil’s All Fright Diner for director Barry Sonenfeld. The novel, written by A. Lee Martinez, features ... Continue Reading →

Four Frog Tunes Leap into Oscar Race

Four songs from Disney’s The Princess and the Frog are among the 63 that have qualified for the Best Original Song Oscar race. The four songs from the animated feature are: ‘Almost ... Continue Reading →

Borrowers Adaptation Next for Studio Ghibli

Studio Ghibli will be borrowing the classic book The Borrowers to be the basis for its next feature film. Hiromasa Yonebayashi will direct Karigurashi no Arrietty (Arrietty Borrows ... Continue Reading →

Mia and the Migoo wins 1st EFA Animated Feature Award

Mia and the Migoo has won the inaugural Best Animated Feature Film honor at the European Film Awards. The film, directed by Jacques-Remy Girerd, is a co-production between France (Folimage, ... Continue Reading →