Little Prince Movie to Fly Again in 3-D

Last year, we reported that DQ Entertainment and Method Films were developing a CG-animated series based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s enduring 1943 children’s book The ... Continue Reading →

A Healthy Q4 for DreamWorks Animation

Only a few weeks before releasing its much-anticipated 3-D feature How to Train Your Dragon, DreamWorks Animation has posted its better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings. Although ... Continue Reading →

ACK, Animagic to Deliver Toons for Cartoon Network India

Indian comicbook creator-publisher Amar Chitra Katha Media and Animagic Studios will create two animated features and a 26-part half hour series based in classic Hindu myths for Cartoon ... Continue Reading →

George Lopez to Voice Speedy Gonzales in New Line Movie

It looks like another Looney Tunes character will be getting his own live-action/CG hybrid movie. A story in The Hollywood Reporter announces that New Line will be making a new feature ... Continue Reading →

Getty Joins Forces with Disney Animation to Study Cel Artwork

The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) and the Disney Animation Research Library (ARL) are joining forces in an effort to better understand deterioration that can occur in plastics, ... Continue Reading →

Laika Set to Tell Little White Lie

Laika Entertainment, the company that produced the Oscar-nominated film Coraline, has hired Chris McCoy and Jan Pinkava to write the animated feature film Little White Lie. According ... Continue Reading →

Shutter Tops Weekend, but VFX, Animation Have Legs

The Martin Scorsese-directed thriller Shutter Island lead the box office this weekend, grossing $40 million in domestic markets. But the real story continues to be the strong performance ... Continue Reading →

Lee, DiDio, Johns to Top DC Entertainment

Warner Bros.’ DC Entertainment has promoted largely from within as new president Diane Nelson announces her management team for the newly reorganized comic book company. In a ... Continue Reading →

Shutter Island Snaps Into Box Office Picture

Martin Scorsese’s most recent film, Shutter Island, is the sold major movie release of the week. The Paramount release, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo and Ben Kingsley, ... Continue Reading →

Animators Adapt Sendak’s Higglety Pigglety Pop! into Short

The National Film Board of Canada, Warner Home Video and the producers of the Oscar-nominated animated short film Madame Tutli-Putli have produced a new short film adapting author Maurice ... Continue Reading →