Moviegoers Dodge 80 Days, Shrek Proves Animation is King

Twentieth Century Fox’s zany comedy, DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, delivered a crushing blow at the North American box office over the weekend, knocking the wind out fellow ... Continue Reading →

Around The World Flies in the Face of Competition

Disney’s adaptation of the classic Jules Verne tale, Around the World in 80 Days, enters a competitive weekend at the North American box office. The Jackie Chan vehicle arrived ... Continue Reading →

Shots from Set of A Scanner Darkly

For those of you eagerly awaiting director Richard Linklater’s animated adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel, A Scanner Darkly, Some new photos from the set have emerged online ... Continue Reading →

Rings, Kong Dealmaker to Rep Delgo

Ken Kamins, who structured Peter Jackson’s deals for The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the upcoming remake of King Kong, is stepping into a whole new mythical world. Through his ... Continue Reading →

Paramount to Spin New Charlotte’s Web

First Scooby-Doo, then Garfield and now the "stupendous" pig. Daily Variety reports that Paramount Pictures will give loveable Wilbur a CG makeover for an upcoming live-action/animated ... Continue Reading →

Potter too Magical for Garfield, Riddick

The wizard’s magic proved too potent for newcomers Garfield: The Movie, The Chronicles of Riddick and The Stepford Wives. According to weekend estimates, Warner Bros.’ Harry ... Continue Reading →

Marvel’s Arad Wants Spidey Sequels to Keep Coming

Marvel Studios chairman and CEO Avi Arad told a group of reporters Saturday that he wants to see everyone’s favorite comic book web slinger on the big screen for at least another ... Continue Reading →

Shrek 2 Swims Past Nemo

In just four weeks, DreamWorks’ Shrek 2, has become the top-grossing (domestically) animated film in history. At $354 million and still going strong, the toon sequel has passed ... Continue Reading →

Garfield, Riddick Scrap for B.O. Scratch

Garfield, the beloved feline star of a nationally syndicated comic strip, animated specials and a regular animated TV series, hits the big screen for the first time today in Twentieth ... Continue Reading →

Gollum Guy to Play Kong

The Hollywood Reporter today confirmed rumors that Andy Serkis will provide the motion-capture performance for the iconic great ape in Peter Jackson’s remake of the 1933 classic ... Continue Reading →