It’s Clobberin’ Time!

Brad Bird and Pixar spoofed them in the animated smash hit The Incredibles, but now Marvel Comic’s first family of superheroes has arrived on the big-screen with an expensive, ... Continue Reading →

Star Wars Editor Brutt to Adapt Chassis

Hurricane Ent. has announced that four-time Academy Award-winning sound designer/editor Ben Burtt (Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T: The Extraterrestrial, Indiana Jones and the ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Giving the Big G His Due

Over the 4th of July weekend, I was fortunate to catch a screening of the most entertaining movie I have seen, and will see, all year. I say “fortunate” because many people ... Continue Reading →

Henson Shutters U.K. Creature Shop

Citing the U.S. dollar’s poor exchange rate and the flagging U.K. production environment, The Jim Henson Co. is effectively closing the London location of its visual effects and ... Continue Reading →

B.O. Fireworks for War of the Worlds

Many Americans decided to celebrate Independence Day by taking in another big effects film about an alien invasion. Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds earned an estimated $77.6 ... Continue Reading →

Madagascar Trumps Batman Overseas

According to Daily Variety, DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar beat out Warner Bros.’ Batman Begins for the No. 2 spot at the overseas box office over the weekend. The latest ... Continue Reading →

War on Path to Victory

A vast number of disappearances on Wednesday may be attributed to the opening of Steven Spielberg’s big-screen adaptation of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. The film abducted ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Back-peddles on Incredibles Sales

While The Incredibles easily vanquished the competition on home video, sales haven’t quite met Disney’s expectations, leading Pixar to revise earnings projections for its ... Continue Reading →

Fox Gets Strange for Emily

Emily the Strange, a subversive, 13-year-old goth girl who popped up in 1993 on promotional stickers, clothing and skateboards, is making her way to the big screen, according to Daily ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg Declares War

Like the towering extraterrestrial machines that ravish planet Earth in H.G. Wells’ 1898 sci-fi masterpiece, The War of the Worlds, director Steven Spielberg’s big-screen ... Continue Reading →