TeamTO’s 3-D Occho to Fly in Lyon

Paris and Valence-based studio TeamTO will present a sneak peek of its upcoming stereoscopic feature Occho Kochio this Thursday at Cartoon Movie in Lyon (March 5, at 3 p.m. in Studio ... Continue Reading →

Zentropa Rejoins Animation Game

Danish production house Zentropa has reignited its animation ambitions. The company, which produced the 2006 feature Princess and a short film in a previous animation initiative, has ... Continue Reading →

Street Fighter vs. Jonas Bros., Round One!

Moviegoers this weekend face the difficult choice of fight or sing. In one corner of an otherwise slim week for new movies, is the videogame adaptation Street Fighter: The Legend of ... Continue Reading →

Funding Gets Astro Boy Back on Track

The CG-animated Astro Boy feature film is back in production, with producer Imagi Entertainment having completed a $25 million financing plan. The company’s U.S. president, Erin ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Commits to Suicide Squad

Dan Lin will produce a feature film adaptation of the DC Comics property Suicide Squad for Warner Bros., Variety reports. Suicide Squad, created by notable comic-book writer John Ostrander ... Continue Reading →

Jackson in as Fury for the Long Haul

Samuel L. Jackson has struck a deal with Marvel Studios to reprise the role of Nick Fury in Iron Man 2 and as many as nine future superhero films. Jackson, who played Fury in a post-credits ... Continue Reading →

WB Throws Lonely Dog a Bone

A series of paintings featuring a lonesome-looking pooch have inspired a new CG-animated movie in development at Warner Bros. Variety reports that the rights to Queenstown artist Ivan ... Continue Reading →

Brevig to direct hybrid Yogi feature

Eric Brevig, a visual effects supervisor who turned director on last summer’s Journey to the Center of the Earth, will helm a Yogi Bear feature that mixes CG-animation and live-action. Like ... Continue Reading →

Ellen Enters Warner’s Dog Show

Ellen DeGeneres has signed on to the voice cast of Dog Show, an animated feature pitch picked up recently by Warner Bros., according to The Hollywood Reporter. DeGeneres, whose animation ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Falls Short of Q4 Estimates

DreamWorks Animation posted lower-than-expected profits for the fourth quarter of 2008. This quarter saw the studio put out the theatrical release Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa and the ... Continue Reading →