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IMDB reports that Indiana Jones actor Harrison Ford is in talks to lend his voice to a movie version of HIT’s popular kids’ TV series Bob The Builder. A builder himself, Ford worked as a carpenter in Hollywood before George Lucas cast him as Han Solo in Star Wars. The [...]
Hasbro Inc. has entered into an agreement with producers Tom DeSanto (X-Men, X2: X-Men United) and Don Murphy (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) to turn the toy company’s enormously popular Transformers brand into a live-action feature that will doubtlessly rely heavily on CG effects. “Like X-Men, Transformers offers an amazing [...]
Variety reports that the classic Jay Ward cartoon Mr. Peabody & Sherman will be making it to the big screen in the form of a live-action/CG feature. The project will be a co-production of Rob Minkoff’s Sony-based production company Sprocketdyne Ent. and Bullwinkle Studios, a joint venture between New York-based [...]
20th Century Fox, Blue Sky Studios and director Chris Wedge (Ice Age) have officially announced the launch of their next CGI project Robots. Scheduled for a March 11, 2005 release, news of the film’s production was announced at the American Museum of Natural History’s Imax Theater in New York City, [...]
Director Sylvain Chomet’s animated feature Les Triplettes de Belleville screened out of competition last night at the Annecy Int’l Festival of Animation in Annecy, France and proved to be the highlight of the festival thus far. The film received a standing ovation and Chomet was visibly overwhelmed by the enthusiastic [...]
The much-anticipated The Fast And The Furious Diesel-less sequel debuts this weekend in a marketplace crowded with a popular fish and the faux Zen of The Matrix franchise. All are heavy on CGI of various iterations, so the big question for Hollywood is: Will street-racing rule? Universal is pulling out [...]
In a toon version of High Noon (though it’s not clear who’s Gary Cooper), Disney and DreamWorks are now set to debut two big films on the same day in late 2004. For its part, DreamWorks’ Sharkslayer has been running ads for some time claiming November 5, 2004 as its [...]
Disney chieftain Michael Eisner is seeking to counter the notion that the box-office success of Finding Nemo is emboldening Pixar head Steve Jobs to play even harder to get in the current Disney/Pixar negotiations. Eisner says the boffo box office of Nemo has actually been beneficial to the partnership. “We [...]
Since making a splash in 8 Mile, Don’t Say A Word and Just Married, Hollywood hottie Brittany Murphy has been busy making deals. The latest with Warner Bros. will see her star in both a live-action pic (Major Movie Star for producers Billy Gerber and Denise Di Novi) and a [...]
Now that Andrew Stanton’s Finding Nemo blew all the competition out of the water with a $70.2 million gross this past weekend, insiders are talking about how this turn of event is going to affect Disney and Pixar’s upcoming talks about their future together. As a direct result of Nemo’s [...]