Bros. Warner, Weinstein Team for Turtles

Michaelangelo, Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo are a step closer to making their big-screen debut as computer-animated characters. The Weinstein Co. and Warner Bros. Pictures announced ... Continue Reading →

Monster House to Pack 3-D Thrills

Like The Polar Express before it, Robert Zemeckis’ latest CG project, Monster House, will be presented in stereoscopic 3-D at select venues. This second film to employ Sony Pictures ... Continue Reading →

Buscemi, Cleese, Leno Join Exodus to Igor

Steve Buscemi, John Cleese and Jay Leno have joined Christian Slater in the cast of Exodus Film Group’s CG-animated short film, Igor: Unholy Frijoles. The flick is currently in ... Continue Reading →

A Sweet Weekend for Charlie and Harry

Despite some mixed reviews, Tim Burton’s Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, took in a sweet $55.4 million over the weekend, putting a big fat smile on the faces of Warner Bros. ... Continue Reading →

Golden Ticket Sales for Charlie?

Raold Dahl’s time-honored children’s book gets another cinematic treatment with today’s release of director Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Takes a Loss

Despite having another hit on its hands with Madagascar, DreamWorks Animation has suffered a blow on Wall Street. The toon studio updated its second quarter guidance of “no profit” ... Continue Reading →

Nelvana Visits Puff the Magic Dragon

Starlight Runner Ent. CEO Jeff Gomez and singer-songwriter Peter Yarrow are working together to hammer out a storyline for a computer-animation feature film based on Yarrow’s ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Opening

Despite a slew of negative reviews, 20th Century Fox’s superhero actioner, Fantastic Four, enjoyed a powerful opening weekend, clobbering the competition to the tune of an estimated ... Continue Reading →

Star Wars Editor Brutt to Adapt Chassis

Hurricane Ent. has announced that four-time Academy Award-winning sound designer/editor Ben Burtt (Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T: The Extraterrestrial, Indiana Jones and the ... Continue Reading →

It’s Clobberin’ Time!

Brad Bird and Pixar spoofed them in the animated smash hit The Incredibles, but now Marvel Comic’s first family of superheroes has arrived on the big-screen with an expensive, ... Continue Reading →