Ice Age, Transformers Tie It Up at Box Office

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen have emerged from the July Fourth weekend locked in a rare tie for the box office crown. Both films grossed an ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age Chills Transformers in Opening

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs grossed a cool $13.8 million in its Wednesday opening, edging out the juggernaut known as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The opening ‘ the ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age, Enemies Take on Transformers

It’s old-fashioned star power taking on the latest and greatest in animation and 3-D technology, as Public Enemies squares off against Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in the July ... Continue Reading →

Focus Features Unveils 9 Stitchpunk Images

The movie is named 9 ‘ and now Focus Features has unveiled the characters behind the title of the upcoming animated film directed by Shane Acker. Based on Acker’s short ... Continue Reading →

Smurfs Movie Adds a Third Dimension

The Smurfs have been making their way to the big screen for a while, but it now looks like they’ll be arriving in 3-D. Columbia Pictures is planning to release the CG/live-action ... Continue Reading →

Transformers’ Giant Robots Earn Giant B.O.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen steamrolled its way to the summer’s best box office opening, taking in $112 million over the three-day weekend for a five-day total of more ... Continue Reading →

Is a Merger in the DreamWorks?

Chatter about deals is heating up, with speculation growing that DreamWorks Animation may be the target of a possible merger or acquisition. Among the parties interested in the publicly ... Continue Reading →

Ode to Dirty Harry

Illusion Studios pushes the envelope with Boogie, a tongue-in-cheek, ultra-violent 2D movie about a tough-guy assassin based on a popular Argentine comic strip. Move over, Jason Statham. ... Continue Reading →

A Student Project with Oscar Pedigree

The Spine links Academy Award-winning director Chris Landreth to Seneca College once again. When Chris Landreth’s animated short Ryan won the Oscar in 2005, Seneca College in ... Continue Reading →

To South America and Beyond

Up, the 10th feature from John Lasseter’s unbeatable hit-making studio is described as a ‘coming of old age’ movie and travels to some unchartered territories. Sometimes ... Continue Reading →