Mummy Rises Against Batman

The O’Connells are back in action to take on a legion of the living dead and other CG beasties in Universal’s The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. The heavily promoted, ... Continue Reading →

Prince of Persia Pic Pushed

Fans of Ubisoft’s bestselling video game franchise Prince of Persia will have to wait a bit longer to see the property brought to the big screen. Originally slated to debut on ... Continue Reading →

Cowboy Bebop Going Live-Action?

Cowboy Bebop may be the next anime franchise to be made over as a live-action movie. iF Magazine ( reports that A Scanner Darkly producer Erwin Stoff is developing ... Continue Reading →

Sony Nibbles on Venom

Heath Ledger’s portrayal of The Joker contributed greatly to the extraordinary box office success of Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight, but can a super-villain carry an entire ... Continue Reading →

Raimi, Disney Do Superheroes

Having helmed the blockbuster Spider-Man trilogy for Sony Pictures, filmmaker Sam Raimi is set to produce a superhero flick for Disney. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the house ... Continue Reading →

Nick Jr. Headed for Big Screen

Nickelodeon and National Amusements will bring Nick. Jr. shows to theaters in the U.S. this summer with a preschool movie program dubbed ‘Nick Jr. at the Movies,” Kicking ... Continue Reading →

Marvin the Martian Coming to Big Screen

Warner Bros. is developing a feature film based on the Looney Tunes character Marvin the Martian. Daily Variety reports that the film will mix CG animation and live action. Alcon Ent.’s ... Continue Reading →

Year of the Fish Swims to U.S. Theaters

Filmmaker David Kaplan’s independent animated feature Year of the Fish will have a limited U.S. theatrical engagement starting on Aug. 29. The modern-day, adult adaptation of ... Continue Reading →

New Pixar Teaser is Up

The folks at Disney and Pixar have released a teaser trailer for the upcoming animated feature Up. The adventure story involving an old man, a young boy and a flying house is slated ... Continue Reading →

Dark Lights Up Box Office Again

Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight reigned supreme at the box office again, taking in a whopping $75 million in its second week to drive its domestic gross well beyond the $300 million ... Continue Reading →