Green Hornet’s Flight Delayed Again

Sony has pushed back the release date for Michel Gondry’s adaptation of The Green Hornet to December 17, 2010, according to Variety. The superhero pic, starring Seth Rogen, was ... Continue Reading →

Electric Company to Strip Daily on PBS

Sesame Workshop’s high-energy series The Electric Company will be offered daily on PBS KIDS GO! beginning September 7. Aimed at six- to nine-year-olds, the show reinforces strong ... Continue Reading →

NASSCOM Releases 2009 Figures for Indian Animation Industry

India’s National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) has released its animation and gaming report for 2008-2009. The report provides a detailed insight on ... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Onlypic Is Critics’ Pick at Korea’s CinDi

Japanese director’s Mashima Riichiro’s 2008 movie Tokyo Onlypic has received the Green Chameleon Award from a jury of international critics at the third edition of Korea’s ... Continue Reading →

Japan’s Toon Business in Slump Says Report

A new doom-and-gloom report from The Media Development Research shows that the animation business in Japan only made $2.24 billion in 2008′that’s a $300 million drop from ... Continue Reading →

Avatar Imax Tickets On Sale

The official release date for James Cameron’s highly hyped Avatar is more than three months away, but the tickets for the movie’s midnight screening on Dec. 18 at roughly ... Continue Reading →

Waking Sleeping Beauty to Premiere at Toronto

Don Hahn’s fascinating look at Disney studio’s animation revival of the mid-1980s will premiere at the Toronto International Festival in September. Titled Waking Sleeping ... Continue Reading →

Mary and Max Debuts on Sundance VOD

Adam Elliot’s award-winning stop-motion feature Mary and Max will debut on Sundance Channel’s video-on-demand service. This new service offers documentaries and international ... Continue Reading →

Fresnadillo May Go for BioShock

Have they not learned anything from the money vacuum that was the Halo movie? Well maybe they have. Variety reports that director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) is in talks ... Continue Reading →

Disney, Zemeckis Plan to Embark on Yellow Submarine

After putting their spin on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, director Robert Zemeckis and Disney Studio are planning to remake the 1968 Beatles’ animated feature Yellow ... Continue Reading →