Lio Comic Tagged For Big Screen

Mark Tatulli’s dark comic strip Lio is being developed as a live-action feature film through a deal between producer David Kirschner and Universal Syndicate, reports Daily Variety. ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare Makes Strong Comeback

The 3-D re-release of the animated holiday favorite Tim Burton’s A Nightmare Before Christmas enjoyed a good weekend, cracking the top-ten and outperforming all challengers on ... Continue Reading →

Persepolis Qualifies for Oscar

The French animated feature film Persepolis was today named among the record 63 movies qualified for consideration in this year’s Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film. ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare, Commandments in Theaters

Jack Skellington and Moses go head-to-skull for the family crowd at the box office this weekend as Disney re-releases the 1994 animated feature Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before ... Continue Reading →

Birds Remake Attracts Talent

The remake news du jour has Casino Royal director Martin Campbell in negotiations to helm Universal Pictures’ re-do of the Alfred Hitchcock classic The Birds. According to The ... Continue Reading →

Wolverine Claims Play Date

Hugh Jackman will be back as Wolverine in his own movie at the start of the 2009 summer movie season. Daily Variety reports that Twentieth Century Fox has announced a May 1 ’09 ... Continue Reading →

Ratatouille Big Cheese Overseas

Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille was the top box-office performer outside of North America for the second consecutive weekend, according to Daily Variety. The CG buddy flick earnd approximately ... Continue Reading →

Actors Line Up for Justice League

Happy Feet director George Miller has reportedly been auditioning young actors en mass over the weekend, hoping to find superheroes for his big-screen treatment of DC Comics’ ... Continue Reading →

Ratatouille On Menu in U.K.

Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille has finally arrived in the U.K., scurrying into 416 theaters to claim the weekend’s widest opening. Timed with the week-long school holiday that ... Continue Reading →

Family Friendly Visits Zea Zoo

Family Friendly Films has started production on an CG-animated short based on the popular children’s poem and e-book Zea Zoo and the Land of Boo. Titled Zea Zoo and the Land of ... Continue Reading →