Disney’s Pigs Makes Film Registry

The 1933 Walt Disney-produced animated short The Three Little Pigs is one of 25 films added to the National Film Registry for 2007. The Library of Congress has elected to put the cartoon ... Continue Reading →

Disney Sets Dates For Wall’E, Bolt

Walt Disney pictures has staked out a release date for the highly anticipated Pixar robot feature Wall’E, as well as the CG dog pic, Bolt, which was formerly known as American ... Continue Reading →

Persepolis Delivered For X-Mas

Persepolis may not exactly be It’s a Wonderful Life or Miracle on 34th Street, but Sony Pictures Classics is hoping audiences in New York and Los Angeles come out for the film’s ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Animation Expanding to India

DreamWorks Animation SKG has formed a strategic alliance with Thomson’s Technicolor Services division to develop animation capabilities in India. The alliance will leverage Thomson’s ... Continue Reading →

Tekken Movie Gets Director

After wrestling with giant snakes for Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid, director Dwight Little has reportedly signed on to direct a feature film based on the Namco fighting ... Continue Reading →

Three More Go Joe

A trio of actors has joined the cast of G.I. Joe, director Stephen Sommers’ big-screen take on the Hasbro toy line and animated series. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that ... Continue Reading →

Dragonball Gets Chow Yun-Fat

Twentieth Century Fox has been slowly leaking casting news regarding it’s live-action feature film based on the Dragonball series of comics, animated productions and video games, ... Continue Reading →

Justice League: The New Frontier Images

Hot on the heels of the very successful Superman Doomsday comes Justice League: The New Frontier, the second entry in the DC Universe series of PG-13 direct-to-video movies. The good ... Continue Reading →

Legend is Alpha Dog

The box office blahs finally lifted over the weekend as Warner Bros.’ I Am Legend enjoyed an opening the likes of which we haven’t seen since the summer blockbuster season. ... Continue Reading →

Hobbit Gets Green Light

Filmmaker Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema co-CEO Bob Shaye have buried the hatchet and are finally set to work together on a big-screen adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. ... Continue Reading →