Pirates Seek More Treasure

Disney’s eagerly awaited Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest is sure to plunder plenty of booty over the weekend as it sets sail in 4,133 theaters across North America ... Continue Reading →

Superman Busts IMAX Records

As Warner Bros.’ Superman Returns soared at conventional theaters over the Fourth of July weekend, Superman Returns: An IMAX 3D Experience shattered every opening-week record ... Continue Reading →

B.O. Fireworks for Superman

Superman Returns flexed its box office muscles both domestically and abroad over the weekend. The latest big-screen outing for DC Comics’ Man of Steel pulled in approximately ... Continue Reading →

Animation Gets Heroic at Comic-Con

The 2006 edition of Comic-Con Int’l in San Diego will feature a special panel discussion titled ‘Animating Comic-Book Heroes.’ Animators who worked on such major comic ... Continue Reading →

Superman Has Super Wednesday

Warner Bros.’ Superman Returns scored the eighth highest Wednesday opening in cinema history with an estimated first-day take of $21 million. The film ranks closely behind Paramount’s ... Continue Reading →

Negadon Attacks L.A.

Animation and Kaiju fans living in the Los Angeles area will have a chance to catch a big-screen viewing of Negadon: The Monster From Mars on Friday, June 29, at the Egyptian Theater ... Continue Reading →

Supes Is Back!

After suffering a near fatal dose of cinematic Kryptonite, a.k.a. bad sequels, the man in the blue tights and red cape is back on the big screen in Warner Bros.’ Superman Returns, ... Continue Reading →

Kitaro Anime Goes Live Action

After thrilling and chilling fans in animated productions over the years, manga creator Shigeru Mizuki’s Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro is set to become a live-action motion picture, according ... Continue Reading →

Bloo Back in July

Cartoon Network has announced that new episodes of the hit series Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends are slated to begin airing on Monday, July 17. The season four debut is part ... Continue Reading →

Click Catches Cars

Adam Sandler once again proved his box office prowess as his latest comedy, Sony/Revolution’s Click, changed the channel on Disney/Pixar’s Cars. Featuring visual effects ... Continue Reading →