Flushed Crushed by Borat

The Kazakh reporter character played by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen is fond of saying to his enemies, “I will crush you,” and that’s exactly what he did at the North ... Continue Reading →

Flushed Away Plunges into Theaters

DreamWorks today released its latest CG animated feature, a humorous and action-backed rat tale co-produced by world-famous U.K. toon house Aardman Animations. Flushed Away splashes ... Continue Reading →

Academy Names Eligible Toons

This year’s healthy flow of animated feature films has given the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences plenty to think about as Oscar time nears. The organization has ... Continue Reading →

Rogue Moves Into Castlevania

Konami’s video game franchise Castlevania is one step closer to a theater near you. According to Daily Variety, Universal Pictures’ Rogue genre label has signed on to distribute ... Continue Reading →

DW Makes Plans for Puss, Aliens

DreamWorks Animation has revised its strategy to release the upcoming Shrek spin-off Puss in Boots directly to video. The studio announced plans for a theatrical bow for the pic as ... Continue Reading →

Wachowski’s Give Gas to Speed Racer

Larry and Andy Wachowski, the sibling duo behind the Matrix films, are pushing forward with plans to make a live-action feature based on the classic 1960s anime series Speed Racer, ... Continue Reading →

Halo a No-Go

Contrary to previous statements, Microsoft is not marching onward with plans to produce a feature film based on its Halo video game franchise following the exit of co-financers Universal ... Continue Reading →

Oddworld Creators, Vanguard to Make CG Pic

The developers of the cult-favorite video game Oddworld are getting into the feature animation biz via a partnership with Vanguard Animation, according to Daily Variety. Lorne Lanning ... Continue Reading →

Hyde Park Game for Street Fighter

Daily Variety reports that Hyde Park Ent. and Japanese video game publisher Capcom Ltd. are going to take another stab at making a feature film franchise of the popular Street Fighter ... Continue Reading →

Seals Do Shakespeare in Theaters

Today sees the limited theatrical debut of Phil Nibbelink’s independently produced 2D-animated feature, Romeo & Juliet: Sealed With a Kiss. More than five years in the making, ... Continue Reading →