Negadon Trailer, Contest Online

If you’ve been hitting the fanboy websites lately, you’ve no doubt read drooling reviews of Negadon: The Monster from Mars, filmmaker Jun Awazu’s CG-animated tribute ... Continue Reading →

Fury of Ultraviolet Unleashed in Theaters

A lot of visual effects work adds to the eye candy as star Milla Jovovich explodes on the big screen with Sony Screen Gems’ futuristic action flick, Ultraviolet. This latest entry ... Continue Reading →

Gromit Wins Animag Oscar Poll!

This year’s Animation Magazine Online Oscar Poll sees Aardman Animations’ and DreamWorks Animation’s Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit win with 47% ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins Nab Minimoys

Having hit with Hoodwinked and missed with Doogal, The Weinstein Co. is taking yet another shot at indie animation with action auteur Luc Besson’s toon debut, Arthur and the Minimoys. ... Continue Reading →

Kid Shows More Violent Than Adult TV?

The Parents Television Council (www.parentstv.org) has released its first study on children’s television and suggests that there is more violence on children’s entertainment ... Continue Reading →

Dykstra Directing Tortoise, Hippo Tale

Having earned Academy Awards for his work on the Star Wars and Spider-Man film franchises, visual effects supervisor John Dykstra is trying out his directing chops with Walden Media ... Continue Reading →

FUNimation Bringing Anime to Theaters

Navarre Corp.’s FUNimation Ent. today announced the development of FUNimation Films, a co-venture with theatrical distribution company The Bigger Picture. The latest step in FUNimation’s ... Continue Reading →

Doogal Dogged at Box Office

It was a slow opening weekend at the box office for Doogal, the latest independent animated feature released by The Weinstein Co. The comical fantasy about animal pals who save the ... Continue Reading →

Doogal Makes U.S. Roundabout

A British animated feature gets Americanized in Doogal, the latest CG toon to be released theatrically by The Weinstein Co. After striking gold with the modestly budgeted Hoodwinked, ... Continue Reading →

Batman, Superman Sequels Fly at Warner

A report in Daily Variety confirming sequel plans for Warner Bros.’ Batman Begins and the upcoming Superman Returns is not so much news as it is a foregone conclusion. Still, ... Continue Reading →