To South America and Beyond

Up, the 10th feature from John Lasseter’s unbeatable hit-making studio is described as a ‘coming of old age’ movie and travels to some unchartered territories. Sometimes ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Weather

Pixar’s Peter Sohn sheds some light on the making of his wonderful new short, Partly Cloudy. It seems fitting that Pixar’s newest short, Partly Cloudy, is about things being ... Continue Reading →

Brussels’ Sprouts

More than six decades after being introduced in a Beglian newspaper comic, pint-sized adventurers Suske and Wiske are getting ready for their major CG-animated movie splash. If you’re ... Continue Reading →

Ode to Dirty Harry

Illusion Studios pushes the envelope with Boogie, a tongue-in-cheek, ultra-violent 2D movie about a tough-guy assassin based on a popular Argentine comic strip. Move over, Jason Statham. ... Continue Reading →

A Student Project with Oscar Pedigree

The Spine links Academy Award-winning director Chris Landreth to Seneca College once again. When Chris Landreth’s animated short Ryan won the Oscar in 2005, Seneca College in ... Continue Reading →

Transformers’ $60 Million Wednesday Sets Record

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen posted the best-ever Wednesday opening with a first-day gross of $60 million at more than 4,200 theaters. The total on the Michael Bay-directed sequel, ... Continue Reading →

Longer Watchmen Gets Limited Release, Comic-Con Event

The director’s cut of Zack Snyder’s Watchmen is getting a limited theatrical release and a special BD-Live screening at Comic-Con to promote its release on DVD and Blu-ray. The ... Continue Reading →

First Look at Airbender; New Ponyo Trailer

Paramount has released the first trailer for The Last Airbender, M. Night Shyamalan’s live-action adaptation of the popular Nick animated adventure series. The film, which stars ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Grants Dying Girl’s Wish to See Up

Disney-Pixar granted the wish of a terminally ill 10-year-old girl to see the movie Up, showing her the movie only hours before she died of cancer. Colby Curtin, who had been diagnosed ... Continue Reading →

Untitled Ghost Movie Makes Progress at DWA

DreamWorks Animation is moving ahead with the untitled ghost movie idea mentioned recently in its feature film lineup. The story, untitled but referred to at the studio as Boo U., is ... Continue Reading →