Cloverfield Rampages on Screen

Months of speculation and internet rumors come to an end today as producer J.J. Abrams’ well-guarded CG creature is finally revealed in Cloverfield, Paramount Pictures’ ... Continue Reading →

New Line’s Inkheart Pushed Way Back

It’s in the can, but New Line’s family fantasy flick Inkheart is being pushed from its original release date of March 18 to January of 2009. According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Stalls Justice League

George Miller’s big-screen treatment of DC Comics’ Justice League franchise will not move forward as planned, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The superhero coalition ... Continue Reading →

Pirates, King Get Slow Start

Universal’s CG-animated family film The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie managed to crack the top ten at the box office over the weekend, but a conservative ... Continue Reading →

Lionsgate Gets Barbaric with Conan

Having collaborated to bring Rambo back to cinemas, Nu Image/Millennium Films and Lionsgate appear determined to bring the muscle movie back in a big way. Lionsgate has acquired North ... Continue Reading →

Veggie Pirates in Box Office Stew

Universal Pictures today releases The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie. The CG-animated family film from Big Idea Prods. rolls out in just over 1,300 theaters ... Continue Reading →

Spiderwick Spins to New Date

Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies announced today that the release of the vfx-driven family fantasy flick The Spiderwick Chronicles has moved up a day to February 14, 2008. ... Continue Reading →

Wayans Recruited for G.I. Joe

The ensemble cast for Paramount’s live-action feature on the Hasbro action-figure line and animated series G.I. Joe continues to come together. The latest bit of new from Daily ... Continue Reading →

Correction: Johnny Test Comes to Cartoon Network

On Jan. 2, we reported that Cookie Jar Ent.’s animated series Johnny Test is set to make its Cartoon Network debut on Monday, Jan. 7 at 4 p.m. In that item, we erroneously assumed ... Continue Reading →

Spidey Leads Record Box Office Year

The Sony Picutres/Columbia Picures sequel Spider-Man 3 grossed $336.5 million domestically to emerge as the top performer of 2007, a year that saw a record $9.62 billion raked in at ... Continue Reading →