New Speed Racer Debuts at Comic-Con

As it celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, the classic anime series Speed Racer is coming back with a new series and attendees of this week’s Comic-Con in San Diego will ... Continue Reading →

Pirates Treasure Runneth Over

Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest continued to plunder box office booty over the weekend, earning another $62.2 million, according to estimates. Despite ... Continue Reading →

New Boondocks Episodes Delayed

Fans of Cartoon Network’s controversial animated series, The Boondocks, will have to wait until 2007 to see new episodes, according to a report in The New York Post. The season ... Continue Reading →

Scanner Widens, Monster Sneaks

Though few major releases dare take on Disney’s mega blockbuster, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, the animated choices for your weekend entertainment have expanded ... Continue Reading →

Shrek the Third Cast Announced

DreamWorks Animation today spilled the beans on who’ll be joining Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Rupert Everett, Julie Andrews and John Cleese in the ... Continue Reading →

Disney Downshifts on Feature Production

According to Daily Variety, Disney will soon announce plans to cut its feature film output by half as the studio works to cut expenses by retooling it infrastructure. Despite racing ... Continue Reading →

Box Office Bounty For Pirates

The competitive summer movie season got a bit more cutthroat over the weekend as Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest brought the Man of Steel to his knees ... Continue Reading →

Jolie’s Lips Prepped for Kung Fu Panda

DreamWorks Animation announced today that Academy Award-winning actress and tabloid headliner Angelina Jolie will lend her voice to the upcoming CG-animaed feature Kung-Fu Panda. Slated ... Continue Reading →

Cosgrove Hall Hitched to RocketBoy

U.K. animation house Cosgrove Hall, which recently restructured to focus on the creation of original intellectual properties, has announced its first IP deal. The company will work ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Looking Through A Scanner Darkly

In recent months, we’ve seen a virtually endless parade of animated movies targeting family audiences with loveable, anthropomorphic characters in light-hearted, comedic adventures. ... Continue Reading →