Pixar Grants Dying Girl’s Wish to See Up

Disney-Pixar granted the wish of a terminally ill 10-year-old girl to see the movie Up, showing her the movie only hours before she died of cancer. Colby Curtin, who had been diagnosed ... Continue Reading →

Untitled Ghost Movie Makes Progress at DWA

DreamWorks Animation is moving ahead with the untitled ghost movie idea mentioned recently in its feature film lineup. The story, untitled but referred to at the studio as Boo U., is ... Continue Reading →

First Pics Drop for Burton’s Wonderland

Tim Burton’s new version of Alice in Wonderland has finished shooting, and the release of the first photos from the film promise an engaging and fascinating visual exerpeince. Due ... Continue Reading →

Unique Plans McCartney Tale as Toon

Unique Pictures, the new production company formed by former New Line chiefs Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne, is developing an animated feature based on a children’s book by ex-Beatle ... Continue Reading →

$9.99 Begins Limited Run

Tatia Rosenthal’s thought-provoking stop-motion feature $9.99 begins its limited run in Los Angeles and New York this Friday. The Israeli-Australian co-production is based on ... Continue Reading →

Acker’s 9 Scores a New Website

Focus Features has launched a brand new website for Shane Acker’s upcoming release, 9. Produced by Tim Burton, the CG-animated feature is based on the Oscar-winning student short ... Continue Reading →

Up Rises in Pixar B.O. Rankings

Up is rising quickly through the ranks of Pixar releases with strong box office results that could turn it into the studio’s second-highest grossing film to date. So far, the ... Continue Reading →

NBA’s Yao Voices Magic Aster

NBA star Yao Ming is turning his talents to the microphone, taking a voice role in a Chinese animated feature called The Magic Aster. Yao plays the character of Old Daddy in the film, ... Continue Reading →

Hangover Lingers Atop the Box Office

The hot comedy film The Hangover appears to not yet have overstayed its welcome with moviegoers, topping the box office for the second week in a row. The Warner Bros. comedy took in ... Continue Reading →

Lima to Lead Mr. Limpet

Enchanted director Kevin Lima will be helming the upcoming remake of the classic 1964 Don Knott feature The Incredible Mr. Limpet, says The Hollywood Reporter. The live-action/animation ... Continue Reading →