Kung Fu Panda, Indy 4 to Bow in Cannes

DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming feature Kung Fu Panda is set to make its worldwide premiere at the 61st edition of the Cannes Film Festival (May 14-25). In recent years, the glamorous ... Continue Reading →

VIZ’s Bleach Movie to Splash on 300 Screens

He sees dead people. That’s Kurosaki Ichigo, the young hero of the hit anime series Bleach, created by manga artist Tite Kubo, which first began airing in Japan in 2004 and was ... Continue Reading →

Forbidden Kingdom is Popular Destination

The lure of seeing martial arts legends Jackie Chan and Jet Li together for the first time proved too irresistible for a lot of weekend moviegoers. Lions Gate Films’ kung fu fantasy ... Continue Reading →

The Spirit Teased Online

Those attending the New York Comic Con over the weekend were treated to a teaser trailer for Frank Miller’s upcoming big-screen adaptation of the Will Eisner comic book series, ... Continue Reading →

Kingdom Kicking in Theaters

In most of their films, Jackie Can and Jet Li are the special effects. Nonetheless, a good deal of digital technology went to creating their first team-up, which arrives in theaters ... Continue Reading →

G.I. Joe Cast Pics Emerge

You’ve read the cast announcement, and now you can see most of the actors decked out and combat-ready. Entertainment website What Would Tyler Durden Do (WWTDD.com) has posted ... Continue Reading →

Shyamalan’s Last Airbender Set for 2010

Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies have greenlit M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender, a live-action feature film based on the hit Nickelodeon animated series Avatar: ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Raises Platinum’s Atlantis

DreamWorks Studios has optioned film rights to Platinum Studios Inc.’s comic book series Atlantis Rising and plans to make a live-action feature based on the sci-fi tale created ... Continue Reading →

Rainmaker Enlists in Stan Lee’s Legion of 5

CG animation studio Rainmaker Ent. has signed on to develop and produce Legion of 5, a series of animated superhero films from legendary Marvel comic-book creator Stan Lee’s POW! ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Revisits Ghost in the Shell

One of the most popular anime franchises in history appears set to get the Hollywood treatment. Daily Variety reports that DreamWorks has snagged rights to Masamune Shirow’s manga ... Continue Reading →