Lionsgate, Crest Team for Norm of the North

Lionsgate will co-produce the CG animated feature Norm of the North with Crest Animation Studios. The film will be a stereoscopic 3D film and is the second film Lionsgate will produce ... Continue Reading →

Trailer, Poster Offer First Look at Yogi Bear

He’s smarter than the average bear ‘ he’s Yogi Bear and Warner Bros. has officially kicked off the countdown to his live-action big-screen debut. First, there’s ... Continue Reading →

Cats & Dogs Resume Their Battle at the Box Office

The age-old battle of the house pets resumes this weekend at the box office, as Warner Bros. releases the 3D family comedy Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. Directed by ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Posts Strong 2Q Revenues

DreamWorks Animation reported strong second-quarter results, riding on the success of its expanded release schedule. The studio reported a 20 percent increase in revenues to $158 million ... Continue Reading →

Comic-Con Highlight: Disney’s Tangled Team on Holiday Pic’s Design & Story

Although there’s still some work to be done on Disney’s 50th animated feature film Tangled, Comic-Con attendees got a sneak peek at some of the early character designs and ... Continue Reading →

Comic-Con First Look: Megamind with Ferrell, Fey and McGrath

With comedic stars Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and Jonah Hill and their Megamind director Tom McGrath (Madagascar movies, Penguins of Madagascar) in attendance, Comic-Con got off to a very ... Continue Reading →

Tron: Legacy Panel Electrifies Comic-Con Fans

If your Comic-Con panel generates unbelievable fan response, it’s a no-brainer to bring it back again. That’s why for the third year in a row, Disney brought the house down ... Continue Reading →

Del Toro to Direct Disney’s Haunted Mansion

One of the most exciting news items coming out of Comic-Con this year was that Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro will direct a live-action feature based on Disneyland’s ... Continue Reading →

Bay’s Company Plans 3D Hansel & Gretel

Classic fairy tale Hansel & Gretel is getting the 3D feature film treatment from Michael Bay’s The Institute. A report on ComingSoon.net says the film will be an effects-heavy ... Continue Reading →

Inception Dashes Dream of Despicable Repeat

Inception rocked the weekend box office, toppling reigning animated champ Despicable Me and taking home an estimated $60 million in its first weekend out. Despite being miles behind ... Continue Reading →