Oscar Shorts Deadline Looms

Do you think you have the next Geri’s Game, Wrong Trousers, Harvey Krumpet or Ryan? To be considered for the 78th Academy Awards, your animated or live-action short films have ... Continue Reading →

Corpse Plays Bridesmaid to Flight

Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. dug up a healthy take at the box office over the weekend, but couldn’t quite catch Flightplan, the Jodie Foster airplane thriller from Buena Vista. ... Continue Reading →

Disney’s Cook Talks Toon Slate

Speaking a the Walt Disney Studios Showcase event on Thursday, Walt Disney Studios chairman Richard Cook revealed details of animated features in the Mouse House pipeline beyond this ... Continue Reading →

Corpse Bride Walks the Aisles

After last weekend’s successful launch in a few select theaters in New York and Los Angeles, Tim Burton’s stop-motion animated romantic musical comedy, Corpse Bride, opens ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Toon Slate Takes Shape

DreamWorks Animation spilled the beans on some of the computer-animated features in development to Daily Variety. It was also announced today that actor Jack Black has signed on to ... Continue Reading →

Grave Romance Rules Weekend

Tim Burton’s latest animated tour de force, Corpse Bride, proved to be the film to beat in limited release over the weekend, earning an estimated $411,000 in only 5 theaters. ... Continue Reading →

Corpse Bride Haunts N.Y., L.A.

Tim Burton’s stop-motion animated romantic musical comedy, Corpse Bride, opens today in a handful of theaters in New York and Los Angeles. Co-directed by Mike Johnson, the film ... Continue Reading →

Art to Imitate Wildlife with Tortoise and Hippo

Daily Variety reports that Shrek co-writer Roger S.H. Schulman has been attached to script a film based on the unlikely, real-life relationship between a 100-year-old tortoise and a ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Adapting The Losers Comics

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has tapped writer/director Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights, Very Bad Things) to script and possibly direct an adaptation of the DC-Vertigo ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Warmed Over by Corpse Bride

Anyone who knows me is well aware of the fact that I love stop-motion animation. As someone who grew up on Rankin & Bass holiday specials and such iconic films as the original ... Continue Reading →