Aja Reeled in for Piranha

Look out, Nemo, there may be some killer CG fish making their way to the big screen as Hollywood continues its love affair with horror remakes. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that ... Continue Reading →

Disney Calls in The Surrogates

With the success of films like Sin City, A History of Violence and 300, the graphic novel has become a prime source for movie material. The latest bit of news comes from Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Cast Gathers for Fox’s Horton

TV icon Carol Burnett is one of many top comic actors signed to join Jim Carrey and Steve Carell in the voice cast for Twentieth Century Fox Animation’s feature adaptation of ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Enters the Third Dimension

DreamWorks Animation SKG announced today that it will produce all of its films for stereoscopic 3D presentation starting in 2009. While a number of animated features, including Disney’s ... Continue Reading →

300 Reaps Box Office Spoils

Warner Bros.’ 300 was victorious at the North American box office, earning an estimated $70 million over the weekend. The bloody, stylized history lesson has apparently set a ... Continue Reading →

Speed Racer Release Moved Up

Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures have selected May 9, 2008 as the release date for their live-action feature film based on the classic anime series Speed Racer. Opening ... Continue Reading →

Animation Show, Mobifest Join Forces in LA

Mike Judge, creator of Beavis and Butt-Head and King of the Hill, and co-founder of The Animation Show, will host Mobifest LA, an independent film festival devoted to animated content ... Continue Reading →

300, Host Battle in Theaters

Live action and computer-generated imagery join forces to give moviegoers a unique, visceral experience in 300, Warner Bros.’ adaptation of the graphic novel from Frank Miller ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: The Host Takes Hold

Most people love a good monster movie, but more often than not moviegoers find themselves sitting through a mostly unwatchable film just to see a handful of mediocre creature attacks. ... Continue Reading →

Disney Dishes on Frog Princess

Dick Cook, chairman of Walt Disney Studios, and John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, revealed details on upcoming animated features during Thursday’s ... Continue Reading →