Meet the New Stereoscopic Animales

Mexico moves to the 3-D realm with Brijes. Over the past year, an historic first for Mexican cinema has been in production at Ithrax Productions in Mexico City. Scheduled for release ... Continue Reading →

From Pitch to Production

Tips on navigating the rocky waters of animation development. ‘The main mistake I’ve made is not being thorough enough. Not having every single question answered. That’s ... Continue Reading →

LEGO Movie Clicks at Warner Bros.

With toys becoming the latest option craze at Hollywood studios, it should surprise no one that Warner Bros. has signed a deal to develop a LEGO movie. According to Variety, the movie ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg in Talks to Produce Halo Movie

A movie adaptation of the popular video game Halo may be back on track as reports that Steven Spielberg is in talks to develop the game into a feature. The Oscar-winning director ... Continue Reading →

G.I. Joe and Cobra Rattle the Box Office

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra rocked the weekend box office, posting the fourth-biggest August opening ever with more than $56 million in receipts. The movie, a Paramount release based ... Continue Reading →

G.I. Joe Poised to Invade Theaters

Yo, Joe! The classic military toy, cartoon and comic book property G.I. Joe arrives at last as in a visual-effects-loaded big screen this weekend, looking to pump up the late-summer ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age Sets Animation Record for Overseas Box Office

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs has passed Pixar’s Finding Nemo to become the all-time highest-grossing animated movie in overseas markets. Nemo was released in 2003, grossing ... Continue Reading →

Comics Legend Neal Adams Teams with ICM

Neal Adams, a legend in the comic book industry, is looking to cross over into writing and directing movies and has signed on with ICM for representation. According to the Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Marvel’s 2Q Profits Dip Without a Movie

Marvel Entertainment’s riding the financial rollercoaster unavoidable to small film studios. Without a major film release, the company posted a 38 percent drop in profits and ... Continue Reading →

Funny Chuckles Past CG Pets, Boy Wizard

Funny People laughed its way past the battling guinea pigs of G-Force to the top of a modest weekend at the box office. The Judd Apatow dramedy grossed an estimated $22.6 million in ... Continue Reading →