Adding New Zip to Strips

A slate of innovate web projects open new doors for comic-book artists. Longtime attendees of Comic-Con most likely have fond memories of hunting through bins of back issues or finding ... Continue Reading →

Bring In the Giant Reptiles

Carlos Saldanha, Mike Thurmeier and the rest of wizards at Blue Sky Studios give us a sparkling new Ice Age adventure in glorious 3-D’and throw in some Jurassic-era monsters to ... Continue Reading →

G-Force Looks for the Green

Will the guinea pigs of G-Force be the able to steal the box office crown from the boy wizard? That’s what Disney is hoping for the VFX-heavy family adventure movie, which stars ... Continue Reading →

Sam Raimi to Lead Warcraft Pic

Is the world ready for another feature based on a popular game? On the eve of Comic-Con, we got word that popular genre director Sam Raimi (Spider-Man trilogy, Drag Me to Hell, The ... Continue Reading →

Comedy Central Plans Drawn Movie

Comedy Central is giving the direct-to-DVD feature treatment to one of its more popluar cult series, announcing the production of Drawn Together: The Movie! The feature, which will ... Continue Reading →

Fusco to Write New Turtles Movie

The new feature film adaptation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has a writer: John Fusco. Fusco’s credits include The Forbidden Kingdom, Hidalgo and Young Guns, as well as a remake ... Continue Reading →

Voltron Movie Rights Go to Atlas

Atlas Entertainment has made the first step toward bringing Voltron to the big screen, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Atlas’ Charles Roven, Richard Suckle and Steve Alexander ... Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Behind the Scenes on Astro Boy

Recently, Animation Magazine got a chance to take an early peek at the work being done on Imagi Studios’ upcoming CG-animated Astro Boy feature. The film, due out Oct. 23, is ... Continue Reading →

Tooner Satire Bloomberg Developed for Animation

New Core Productions and Silver Lining Film Group are looking to animate Smoking Bloomberg, an off-Broadway spoof of musicals. The two companies have teamed up and recruited consultant ... Continue Reading →

Potter Dazzles, But Ice Age Has Legs

It was a magical first weekend for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, even as the animated 3-D feature Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs showed staying power. The sixth film in the ... Continue Reading →