Ratner to Adapt Harbinger Comic

Having tackled a Marvel staple with X-Men: The Last Stand, director Bret Ratner (Red Dragon, Rush Hour 1-3) has been tapped by Paramount Pictures to helm a big-screen adaptation of ... Continue Reading →

Potter’s Hallows Split in Two

Warner Bros. will release Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in two installments to be directed by David Yates (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood ... Continue Reading →

Bird, Disney/Pixar Travel to 1906

First Cartoon Network started making detours into live-action, now it appears the Disney/Pixar hit machine is doing the same. According to The Hollywood Reporter, director Brad Bird ... Continue Reading →

New Muppet Movie in the Works

Two of the driving forces behind the upcoming romantic comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall have been hired to spearhead the next Muppet movie, according to Daily Variety. Writer/actor ... Continue Reading →

Oldest Animation Discovered In Iran

Long considered a modern invention, animation has apparently been lying about its age. A 5,200-year-old bowl found in Iran’s Burnt City in the 1970s features a series of five ... Continue Reading →

Stars Tapped for Monsters vs. Aliens

The stars are aligning for Monsters vs. Aliens, the upcoming DreamWorks Animation feature slated for released by Paramount Pictures on March 27, 2009. A reinvention of ’50s era ... Continue Reading →

$35 Million B.O. for 10,000 B.C.

Warner Bros.’ prehistoric action flick 10,000 B.C. debuted at No.1 in North America over the weekend with a better-than-expected gross of approximately $35.7 million. The popcorn ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Has Bone to Pick

Jeff Smith’s Bone is the latest comic-book series to get big-screen consideration. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. has accquired film rights to the popular independent ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy’s Kunis in Payne

Mila Kunis, who first entered the public eye a cast member on That ’70s Show and currently voices the role of Meg Griffin on Family Guy, is now helping 20 Century Fox bring a ... Continue Reading →

10,000 B.C. Roars to the Screen

Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow director Roland Emmerich is back with another big-budget, vfx-laden epic in 10,000 B.C., a tale of prehistoric man that offers mammoths, ... Continue Reading →