Warner Bros. Has Bone to Pick

Jeff Smith’s Bone is the latest comic-book series to get big-screen consideration. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has accquired film rights to the popular independent ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy’s Kunis in Payne

Mila Kunis, who first entered the public eye a cast member on That ’70s Show and currently voices the role of Meg Griffin on Family Guy, is now helping 20 Century Fox bring a ... Continue Reading →

10,000 B.C. Roars to the Screen

Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow director Roland Emmerich is back with another big-budget, vfx-laden epic in 10,000 B.C., a tale of prehistoric man that offers mammoths, ... Continue Reading →

Culton Runs Hotel Transylvania

Sony Pictures Animation has tapped Open Season director Jill Culton to take over helming duties on Hotel Transylvania, according to the The Hollywood Reporter. Currently in development, ... Continue Reading →

Animated Oscar Shorts Screen in Hollywood

If you live in the Los Angeles area and haven’t had a chance to see all of this year’s Academy Award-nominated animated short films, head down to the historic Egyptian Theatre ... Continue Reading →

Watchmen Pics Emerge

With Warner Bros.’ big-screen adaptation of Alan Moore’s and Dave Gibbons’ Hugo Award-wining graphic novel Watchmen one year to the day away from opening, director ... Continue Reading →

AniMadrid Calls for Entries

The call for entries is out for the 9th annual AniMadrid International Festival of the Animated Image. Taking place Sept. 26 through Oct. 3 in the town of Pozuelo de Alarc’n, ... Continue Reading →

Dragonball Movie Pushed to 2009

Fans of the popular Dragonball comics, animated series and videogames will apparently have to wait until next year toe see the property unspool on the big screen. ComingSoon.net reports ... Continue Reading →

Imira Brings Cow to MIP Market

Spanish production and distribution company Imira Ent. will offer the international debut of the French animated show Tangerine & Cow at MIPTV in Cannes next month. The series ... Continue Reading →

IFC Has Fear(s) of the Dark

IFC Ent. has picked up North American distribution rights to the animated French feature Peur(s) du noir (Fear(s) of the Dark), according to The Hollywood Reporter. Employing drawings ... Continue Reading →