Maguire Feels Afterburn

Having previously added a live-action adaptation of the anime classic Robotech to his producing slate, actor Tobey Maguire has mounted an adaptation of Red 5 Comics’ upcoming ... Continue Reading →

Jackman Goes Nowhere with Virgin Comics

As he steps into the role of one of Marvel Comics’ most famous superheroes once again for the upcoming Woverine: X-Men Origins, actor Hugh Jackman has joined forces with screenwriter ... Continue Reading →

Horton Still No. 1

Earning a solid $25 million over the Easter weekend, 20th Century Fox Animation’s CG adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! is still the No. 1 movie in North America. ... Continue Reading →

Tintin Gets Its Young Star?

Have Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson found their Tintin? According to U.K. website Daily Mail, 17-year-old actor Thomas Sangster (Nanny McPhee, Love, Actually) appears to be the ... Continue Reading →

English-Language Persepolis in April

Those who weren’t able to catch the Oscar-nominated Persepolis in limited release over the winter will get another chance when Sony Pictures Classics releases the English-language ... Continue Reading →

Korea’s Sonata Reinvented with Animation

The South Korean television drama Winter Sonata, a hit across Asia, will be remade as an animated feature, according to Daily Variety. The show’s star, Bae Yong-joon, will step ... Continue Reading →

Enchanted Director On to Spook’s Apprentice

With the Harry Potter film franchise supposedly nearing the end if its run, Warner Bros. has teamed with Legendary Picutures to raise a new wizardry tent pole with an adaptation of ... Continue Reading →

Paramount Sets Course for Dune

Get ready for more CG-animated giant worms and other fantastic extraterrestrial sights as Paramount Pictures goes into development on a new film based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 ... Continue Reading →

Stars Trained on DreamWorks’ Dragon

DreamWorks Animation has signed a number of actors to lend their voices to the upcoming CG feature How to Train Your Dragon, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Gerard Butler (300), ... Continue Reading →

Framestore CFC Adds Producing Credits

Oscar-winning U.K. visual efects shop Framestore CFC is adding film producing to its resume, reports Daily Variety. The company behind the eye-popping visuals in New Line’s The ... Continue Reading →