Sahara Is Top Weekend Destination

From the looks of it, audiences are hungry for any old Indiana Jones-type action adventure thrill rides. Matthew McConaughey is certainly no Harrison Ford, but he and his sidekicks–the ... Continue Reading →

Pink Panther Prowls Back to Summer

In the latest round of release-date musical chairs, MGM has moved its new Pink Panther movie back into the summer frame. The news comes as Sony today closes its acquisition of MGM. After ... Continue Reading →

Cast List for Cat Tale Out of the Bag

Sean Astin (the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Cartoon Network’s Party Wagon) Elisha Cuthbert (24), Stanley Tucci (Big Night,The Terminal) and Alan Cumming (Spy Kids, X2) will be ... Continue Reading →

Garfield Sequel on Fox Plate

Daily Variety reports that the orange tabby with a taste for lasagna is set to make another trip to the big screen. SpongeBob SquarePants Movie scribe Tim Hill has reportedly been signed ... Continue Reading →

Kim Possible Movie Spied on Disney Channel

The Disney channel Original Movie, Disney’s Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama, debuts Friday, April 8, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). Based on the popular animated TV series about a teenage ... Continue Reading →

Monster Manga Nabbed by New Line

Naoki Urasawa’s best-selling manga series, Monster, may be the next comic book property to make the leap to the big screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, feature rights ... Continue Reading →

Michael Bay Takes Turn at Transformers

The Hollywood trades are reporting that bombastic action director Michael Bay (Armageddon, Pearl Harbor) is attached to helm DreamWorks’ and Paramount’s live-action pic ... Continue Reading →

A Sinful Weekend at the Movies

As Robert Rodriguez’s adaptation of Frank Miller’s Sin City took in an estimated $28.1 million at the U.S. box office this past weekend, comic-book fans and vfx enthusiasts ... Continue Reading →

Selick Talks Vinton Projects

With the recent announcement that Vinton Studios has acquired the upcoming kid lit release The Wall and the Wing for Henry Selick to direct, we thought we’d pester the Nightmare ... Continue Reading →

Sin City Welcomes Tourists

What happens in Sin City stays in Sin City. That was the stance taken by director Robert Rodriguez, maker of the Spy Kids and Desperado trilogies, as he set out to faithfully adapt ... Continue Reading →