Batman Rules Another Weekend

Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight pulled off its fourth straight domestic box-office victory, earning an estimated $26 million over the weekend to bring its domestic draw to roughly ... Continue Reading →

Imagi Picks Up DreamWorks’ Tusker

Daily Variety reports that Hong Kong- and Los Angeles-based animation company Imagi Int’l has taken the reins of the animated feature film Tusker, which was previously in the ... Continue Reading →

Lionsgate’s Alpha Takes 3-D Route

Add another animated feature to the list of upcoming stereoscopic 3-D releases. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lionsgate’s CG animal adventure Alpha and Omega has added ... Continue Reading →

Sony Turns Up the Heat on Flash Gordon

Alex Raymond’s comic creation, Flash Gordon, is closer to making its return to the big screen after nearly three decades. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Sony Pictures ... Continue Reading →

Clone Wars U.S. Premiere Sunday

The American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood will host the U.S. premiere of LucasAnimation’s CG-animated feature film Star Wars: The Clone Wars on Sunday at ... Continue Reading →

Verbinski Signs with Universal

Filmmaker Gore Verbinski, who directed the three blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean films for Disney, has inked a three-year, first-look deal with Universal Pictures, according to ... Continue Reading →

Cohen Talks More Mummy

Reviews for The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor were largely unkind, to say the least, but a $100 million worldwide opening leaves the door wide open for another sequel for the Universal ... Continue Reading →

Disney Joins Monster Attack Network

Disney has acquired rights to the AIT/Planet Lar graphic novel Monster Attack Network, according The Hollywood Reporter. The studio reportedly sees potential for a feature film franchise ... Continue Reading →

Batman Beats Dragon by a Wing

Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight won its third straight weekend at the North American box office, narrowly beating Universal’s vfx-driven adventure sequel The Mummy: Tomb of ... Continue Reading →

Miki Manga to Become a Paramount Pic

Mark Crilley’s four-volume manga series, Miki Falls, has been picked up by Paramount and Brad Pitt’s Plan B production shingle, reports Variety. First introduced in 2007, ... Continue Reading →