New Watchmen Trailer

Warner Bros. continues to feed fanboys new footage of Watchmen, the highly anticipated feature film based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. A new trailer has hit ... Continue Reading →

Writers Attached to Robotech Movie

Warner Bros. has hired a pair of scribes to take a whack at adapting the classic 1980s anime series Robotech for the big screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alfred Gough and ... Continue Reading →

Star Trek Trailer Debuts

With new actors playing the famous crew of the Starship Enterprise, J.J. Abrams’ reboot of the Star Trek franchise is sure to be polarizing. While many will welcome a Trek for ... Continue Reading →

Toei’s Pretty Cure Sits Pretty at Box Office

Toei Animation’s Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go! has hit No. 2 at box office in Japan, according to Daily Variety. The latest installment in the popular girls’ fantasy franchise ... Continue Reading →

Carell Gets Despicable for Toon

Steve Carell is re-teaming with Horton Hears a Who! pals for his next animation voicing job. According to Daily Variety, the Office star been cast as the lead in Despicable Me, a CG-animated ... Continue Reading →

Coraline Poster Debuts

Focus Features today released the one-sheet for Coraline, the upcoming stop-motion feature from LAIKA and director Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant ... Continue Reading →

Scott, Toon Scribe Tapped for Monopoly

Hasbro and Universal have found a director and screenwriter for their upcoming movie based on the enduring board game Monopoly. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ridley Scott (Blade ... Continue Reading →

Imagi Inks Astro Boy Licensing Deals

Imagi Studios announced today that it has signed worldwide licensing agreements with American Greetings, Penguin Group (USA) Inc., Jazwares Inc., D3Publisher and IDW Publishing for ... Continue Reading →

New Up Trailer Floated Online

Pixar devotees eager to get a look at more footage from director Pete Docter’s upcoming buddy adventure toon can catch the new trailer for Up. Slated to soar into theaters on ... Continue Reading →

Madagascar is King of B.O. Jungle

DreamWorks Animations’s Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa debuted as the top movie in North America, raking in an estimated $63.5 million domestically and another $40 million overseas ... Continue Reading →