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 →

DreamWorks Animation to Offer More Shares

Just days after Pixar offered investors a two-for-one stock split, DreamWorks Animation SKG announced that it is preparing for a secondary offering of $500 million shares of its Class ... Continue Reading →

CG Ninja Turtles Pic Gets Director

You can’t keep a good turtle down, especially it’s been genetically mutated and trained in the martial arts. In addition to the Saturday Morning cartoon revival of Teenage ... Continue Reading →

Shyamalan Swims to Warner for Next Pic

Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan, who gave Disney the hit supernatural suspense thrillers The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs and The Village, is taking his next feature effort, Lady ... Continue Reading →

Valiant Pushed Back to Summer

Valiant, Disney’s first CG feature crafted outside of Pixar, is the latest toon affected by schedule shuffling. Produced by London-based Vanguard Animation, the WWII carrier pigeon ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Walks NeoPets to Movies

Beloved by kids around the globe, the NeoPets are set to go from the Internet to the big screen with help from Warner Bros. Pictures. The studio plans to develop and produce animated ... Continue Reading →

Lions Gate inCG Foodfight!

Lions Gate hopes to get its family film business back on track by co-producing and distributing an upcoming computer-animated feature titled Foodfight!. This flagship project for the ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Gives Investors Two-for-One Split

The board of directors at Pixar Animation Studios has approved a two-for-one split of the company’s common stock and authorized a proportional increase in the number of common ... Continue Reading →