Editor’s Note: Gromit Glee and Reaver Madness

Autumn is supposed to be the time when big entertainment gives way to smaller, character-driven dramas with an eye on Oscar. So why, then, have we been given three films in the last ... Continue Reading →

Xilam Saddles Lucky Luke for the Big Screen

Daily Variety reports that French animation studio Xilam has teamed with Dargaud-Marina and Lucky Comics to co-produce a feature film based on the popular comic-book adventures of cowboy ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet Dances to IMAX 3D

With penguins at the height of their cinematic popularity following the success of the documentary March of the Penguins, IMAX Corp. and Warner Bros. Pictures have announced that the ... Continue Reading →

Serenity Doesn’t Take Flight

The weekend box-office showdown turned into a bit of a dogfight as the crew of the space vessel Serenity took on Jodi Foster and her suspense thriller set aboard a commercial airliner. ... Continue Reading →

Serenity, MirrorMask Dock in Theaters

Devotees of Joss Whedon’s short-lived FOX sci-fi series, Firefly, will no doubt be flocking to cinemas this weekend to catch Serenity, the feature-length, big-screen extension ... Continue Reading →

My Little Pony Goes Theatrical

Hasbro’s girls’ lifestyle brand, My Little Pony, is headed for the big screen with an animated holiday special scheduled play weekend matinees in theaters across the country ... Continue Reading →

Zellweger to Play Beatrix Potter

Renee Zellweger (Shark Tale) has signed on to portray Beatrix Potter in a biopic about the beloved children’s book author, according to Daily Variety. Ewan McGregor (Valiant, ... Continue Reading →

TV-Loonland Mints Feature Division

TV-Loonland, a Munich-based independent producer and distributor of family entertainment, has announced the establishment of Loonland Pictures to market in-house and third-party productions. ... Continue Reading →

Oscar Shorts Deadline Looms

Do you think you have the next Geri’s Game, Wrong Trousers, Harvey Krumpet or Ryan? To be considered for the 78th Academy Awards, your animated or live-action short films have ... Continue Reading →

Corpse Plays Bridesmaid to Flight

Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. dug up a healthy take at the box office over the weekend, but couldn’t quite catch Flightplan, the Jodie Foster airplane thriller from Buena Vista. ... Continue Reading →