Cars Speeds to Top

It was a good weekend for the Disney/Pixar machine as Cars ran laps around the competition, taking the top pole position with an estimated $62.8 million. The prize money matched that ... Continue Reading →

French & Saunders Join Coraline

Famed British comedy duo of Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders have joined the voice cast of LAIKA Ent.’s upcoming stop-motion feature Coraline. The two will play eccentric neighbors ... Continue Reading →

Cars Races into Theaters

Automobiles come to life in Cars, the latest feature to roll off the Disney/Pixar assembly line. The film opens today to mostly positive reviews, though critics on the whole have been ... Continue Reading →

Imagi Mounts Gatchaman Feature

Hong Kong-based Imagi Animation Studios, which is currently in production on the new animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, has teamed with Tatsunoko Production of Japan to create ... Continue Reading →

Where My Dogs At? Creators On the Horn

We recently spoke with Jeffrey Ross and Aaron Lee, creators of Where My Dogs At?, a new animated series debuting on MTV2 this Saturday, June 10, at 12 p.m. The show is part of MTV2′s ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins Pre-sell Igor Worldwide

Since introducing Exodus Film Group’s CG-animated Igor at Cannes last month, The Weinstein Co. has secured presales in nearly every territory around the world. Still in pre-production, ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Floats Affleck’s Ark

Warner Bros. has bought an animated family feature sceenplay titled Aardvark Art’s Ark from actor Casey Affleck (Ocean’s 11, Ocean’s 12), according to Daily Variety. ... Continue Reading →

Universal Snags VeggieTales Pic

Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato and the rest of the garden-variety heroes will reportedly be back on the big screen in 2008. According to Daily Variety, Universal Pictures has acquired ... Continue Reading →

Barnyard, Ant Bully Swap Dates

With Paramount Pictures pushing the release of the animated feature Barnyard back a week to Aug.4, Warner Bros. has moved its Ant Bully up a week to July 28, according to ... Continue Reading →

X-Men Stands Tall At Box Office

The latest superhero comic book adaptation from 20th Century Fox pulled in big numbers over the weekend, setting a new Memorial Day record. X-Men: The Last Stand earned more than $120 ... Continue Reading →