Platinum Sends Dylan Dog to The Shop

Comic book property owner Platinum Studios and talent management firm Relativity Management have chosen The Shop Animation Studios of Vancouver to develop and co-produce a computer-animated ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles Golden with Globes Nom

Disney/Pixar’s The Incredibles edged out DreamWorks’ Shrek 2, Warner Bros’ The Polar Express and all other animated contenders with a Best Motion Picture (musical ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles Golden with Globes Nom

Disney/Pixar’s The Incredibles edged out DreamWorks’ Shrek 2, Warner Bros’ The Polar Express and all other animated contenders with a Best Motion Picture (musical ... Continue Reading →

Polar Express Steams Past $100 Million

While The Disney and Pixar camps celebrate their Golden Globes nomination for The Incredibles, the folks at Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Imageworks can take solace in the fact that ... Continue Reading →

Blade: Trinity Bites Into Theaters

New Line Cinema hopes to suck moviegoers dry of cash with today’s release of Blade: Trinity, the third installment in the Marvel comic-to-screen vampire saga. The live-action ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Animation Posts Profit, Delays Shrek 3

Two months after completing its initial public offering, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. has posted a third-quarter net profit of $20.3 million. The boffo box office and home video performance ... Continue Reading →

Appleseed Sequels, Series Germinate

As the critically acclaimed new anime feature, Appleseed, gets set to make its U.S theatrical debut on Jan. 14, Daily Variety reports that the property is set to become a trilogy. The ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Stocks Fall with Cars Stall

Financial analysts downgraded stock in Pixar with yesterday’s announcement that the computer-animation house and distributor Disney are pushing the release of Cars back to summer ... Continue Reading →

Eurimages Boosts Nocturna, Others

Daily Variety reports that Eurimages has earmarked $4.7 million to help fund nine international co-productions, including the animated features Azur et Asmar from Michel Ocelot, La ... Continue Reading →

Express to Chug Ahead?

After a lackluster debut three weeks ago, Warner Bros.’ big-budget CG holiday feature, The Polar Express, picked up some steam over Thanksgiving weekend. With the holiday spirit ... Continue Reading →