Boorman to Helm Animated Oz

Digital wizards are bringing L. Frank Baum’s Oz back to the screen with a major director set to make his animation debut. Daily Variety reports that John Boorman (The Tailor of ... Continue Reading →

Toon Talent Travels with Gulliver for Fox

Shark Tale director Rob Letterman is attached to direct a new version of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels from a script by Shrek writer Joe Stillman. The Hollywood Reporter ... Continue Reading →

Gods, Titans Clash Heats Up

Ancient mythology returns to the big screen in two major motion pictures set to battle for moviegoer moolah. Relativity’s War of the Gods and Warner Bros.’ remake of the ... Continue Reading →

Missing Lynx Found in Santa Monica

Actor and producer Antonio Banderas and Spanish director Raul Garcia introduced their new CG-animated feature The Missing Lynx (El Lince Perdido) at a premiere screening held at the ... Continue Reading →

Breakthrough Makes BiG BiG Friend

Breakthrough Animation announced that it has closed a production deal for My BiG BiG Friend, a new series that will be produced in association with Canadian preschool network Treehouse. ... Continue Reading →

Sony, Paramount Circle Tintin

Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson may be able to continue with their plan to make a trilogy of films based on Georges Remi’s (a.k.a. Herg’) classic Belgian comic strip ... Continue Reading →

Madagascar 2 Sets Records in Russia, Ukraine

DreamWorks Animation announced that Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa made box office history in both Russia and the Ukraine over the weekend. The animated sequel bowed Friday in Russia to ... Continue Reading →

Nick Serves Toons for Thanksgiving

Nickelodeon is cooking up a heaping helping of animation for Thanksgiving. The ‘Superstuffed Nicktoons Weekend’ will kick off on Wednesday, Nov. 26, offering kids and their ... Continue Reading →

Coraline Set Photos

The good folks at LAIKA have hooked us up with some behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Coraline a stop-motion animated feature film that will be released in stereoscopic 3-D by ... Continue Reading →

Fear(s) Grips L.A., Other Cities

Following last week’s opening in New York, the new French animated feature Fear(s) of the Dark (Peur(s) du noir) opens a bit wider today, just in time for Halloween. Distributed ... Continue Reading →