Justice League: The New Frontier Images

Hot on the heels of the very successful Superman Doomsday comes Justice League: The New Frontier, the second entry in the DC Universe series of PG-13 direct-to-video movies. The good ... Continue Reading →

Dragonball Gets Chow Yun-Fat

Twentieth Century Fox has been slowly leaking casting news regarding it’s live-action feature film based on the Dragonball series of comics, animated productions and video games, ... Continue Reading →

Legend is Alpha Dog

The box office blahs finally lifted over the weekend as Warner Bros.’ I Am Legend enjoyed an opening the likes of which we haven’t seen since the summer blockbuster season. ... Continue Reading →

Hobbit Gets Green Light

Filmmaker Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema co-CEO Bob Shaye have buried the hatchet and are finally set to work together on a big-screen adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. ... Continue Reading →

Serkis Joins Tintin Cast

As seemingly joined at the hip as Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, filmmaker Peter Jackson and actor Andly Serkis are again teaming for big-screen mo-cap work. According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Dragonball Heroine Cast

Another anime character gets a flesh-and-blood counterpart as Emmy Rossum (Poseidon, Phantom of the Opera) signs on to play Bulma, the female lead in Dragonball, 20th Century Fox’s ... Continue Reading →

Chipmunks, Legend Face Off

Though they’re not necessarily competing for the same audience, 20th Century Fox’s Alvin and the Chipmunks and Warner Bros.’ I Am Legend will be vying for box office ... Continue Reading →

Director to Clash with Titans

Like it or not, Warner Bros. is remaking the classic Ray Harryhausen mythological epic Clash of the Titans and has finally signed a director. According to Daily Variety, the Herculean, ... Continue Reading →

Beowulf Slays U.K. in 3-D

Robert Zemeckis’ performance-capture epic Beowulf raked in a whopping 32% of its U.K. box office at venues displaying the film in 3-D, according to Daily Variety. The pic earned ... Continue Reading →

Compass Leads Slow Box Office

With an estimated domestic weekend total of $26 million, The Golden Compass isn’t proving to be the blockbuster New Line had hoped for, but its performance was strong enough to ... Continue Reading →