Shrek Forever After’s $71 million Debut a Series Low

It was good news and bad news for Shrek Forever After, the fourth film in the Shrek franchise: The good news is the film handily topped the weekend box office with an estimated $71.2 ... Continue Reading →

DQE, Onyx, Fidelite Team on 3D Prodigies Feature

DQ Entertainment, Onyx Films and Fidelite Films have begun production on the stereoscopic 3D animated feature film The Prodigies. The movie is being made with motion capture technology ... Continue Reading →

Oldman Signs on to Kung Fu Panda Sequel

Actor Gary Oldman has signed on to voice a character in DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The actor will play Peacock, a character ... Continue Reading →

Shrek: The Final Frontier

Mike Mitchell and the DreamWorks Animation team deliver Shrek Forever After, the green machine’s final bow, in 3-D. The infallible rule of fairy tales is that they must end with ... Continue Reading →

Shrek Goes After the Green

Shrek Forever After, the fourth and reportedly final film in the popular DreamWorks Animation series, arrives today in theaters to a big grab for the green. The film, directed by Mike ... Continue Reading →

Tokyopop, Odin’s Eye Team on Dreaming Movie

Los Angeles-based manga publisher Tokyopop has agreed with Sydney-based production company Odin’s Eye to produce a film based on The Dreaming graphic novel series. The live-action ... Continue Reading →

Rainmaker Adds Ting & Juma to Development Slate

Rainmaker Entertainment has added a feature film and confirmed a pair of previously reported projects as part of its initial original development slate. The new addition is Ting & ... Continue Reading →

Disney Schedules Pooh for 2011, Reboot for 2013

Disney has set release dates for its upcoming animated features, setting Winnie the Pooh to arrive July 15, 2011, and Reboot Ralph on March 22, 2013, according to Variety. Pooh will ... Continue Reading →

Hood Can’t Topple Iron Man; Dragon Holds 5th Place

Iron Man 2 proved stronger than Robin Hood at the box office, retaining the top spot at the box office with an estimated weekend take of $53 million, while DreamWorks’ How to ... Continue Reading →

Robin Hood Takes Aim at Iron Man 2

Marvel’s golden Avenger is challenged by a more traditional hero this weekend as Ridley Scott’s new version of Robin Hood enters the summer box office battle. Robin Hood, ... Continue Reading →