Fox Sues Warner Over Watchmen

Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder (300, Dawn of the Dead) are already in production on a feature film based on the best-selling graphic novel Watchmen, but 20th Century Fox is looking ... Continue Reading →

Disney’s Phineas Grabs Ferbulous Ratings

Disney Channel’s new animated series, Phineas and Ferb, debuted as cable’s highest-rated animated series premiere on record with tweens 9-14, according to the network. In ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins Capture Wolf Boy

Daily Variety reports that The Weinstein Co. has optioned film rights to the Evan Kuhlman book Wolf Boy: A Novel, with plans to make a feature that combines live action and animation. ... Continue Reading →

Besson Has Heart for Animation

Filmmaker Luc Besson, who made a name for himself in action films before venturing into animation with Arthur and the Invisibles, has reportedly acquired another property to be brought ... Continue Reading →

Cloverfield Sequel in the Works

Director Matt Reeves is in talks with Paramount Pictures to make a sequel to his hit monster movie, Cloverfield, according to Daily Variety. Produced by Lost creator JJ Abrams, the ... Continue Reading →

Garden of Sinners Reaps Japanese Coin

Daily Variety reports that the animated movie Kara no Kyokai’Garden of Sinners, based on a popular web comic, has been a blockbuster at Theater Shinjuku in Japan. Produced by ... Continue Reading →

Fly Me Gets Launch Date

Fly Me to the Moon, a CG-animated family feature developed specifically for stereoscopic 3-D exhibition, will be released in IMAX venues and other theaters equipped for digital 3-D ... Continue Reading →

Quaid, Tatum Lead Team Joe

Actors Dennis Quaid and Channing Tatum have signed on to lead the cast of Paramount’s live-action feature based on the G.I. Joe toy line and animated series, according to Daily ... Continue Reading →

Del Toro Up For Hobbit Duty

Pan’s Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro is the latest fantasy filmmaker attached to direct New Line Cinema’s adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, according ... Continue Reading →

Spartans Conquer Cloverfield

Cloverfield‘s giant, computer-generated monster was tough enough to destroy New York City, but holding onto the top spot at the box office proved a more difficult task. The film ... Continue Reading →