Valiant Pushed Back to Summer

Valiant, Disney’s first CG feature crafted outside of Pixar, is the latest toon affected by schedule shuffling. Produced by London-based Vanguard Animation, the WWII carrier pigeon ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Walks NeoPets to Movies

Beloved by kids around the globe, the NeoPets are set to go from the Internet to the big screen with help from Warner Bros. Pictures. The studio plans to develop and produce animated ... Continue Reading →

Pooh’s Heffalump Movie on Disc in May

Following a moderately successful theatrical run, DisneyToon Studios’ latest trip to the Hundred Acre Woods is making its way to home video on May 24. The new adventure starring ... Continue Reading →

Lions Gate inCG Foodfight!

Lions Gate hopes to get its family film business back on track by co-producing and distributing an upcoming computer-animated feature titled Foodfight!. This flagship project for the ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Gives Investors Two-for-One Split

The board of directors at Pixar Animation Studios has approved a two-for-one split of the company’s common stock and authorized a proportional increase in the number of common ... Continue Reading →

Cameras Roll on Superman

Warner Bros. today announced the start of principal photography on Superman Returns, the latest big-screen incarnation of the DC Comics franchise. Under the direction of Bryan Singer ... Continue Reading →

Spidey Villain Goes to Church

Following his Oscar-nominated co-starring turn in the breakout indie hit, Sideways, Thomas Haden Church is entering the Rogues’ Gallery as the new baddie in Spider-Man’s ... Continue Reading →

X-Men 3 Gets Director

The superhero movie news keeps rolling in as Daily Variety reports that British director Matthew Vaughn (Layer Cake) has been hired to helm X-Men 3 for 20th Century Fox and Marvel Ent. ... Continue Reading →

Ring Reigns Over Robots

Chills prevailed over chuckles at the North-American box office over the weekend. After one week at the top of the charts, Fox Animation’s Robots slipped to No. 2 as DreamWorks’ ... Continue Reading →

Sony Eyes Marvel’s Killraven

With all of the major comic book superheroes picked over by Hollywood, some of the lesser-known caped crusaders are getting a shot a the big screen. The latest adaptation news comes ... Continue Reading →