Ice Still Hot, Wild Mild

Disney’s The Wild didn’t exactly come in like a lion over the weekend. According to box office estimates, the studio’s latest CG-animated comedy-adventure yarn earned ... Continue Reading →

Disney Sounds Call of The Wild

It’s widely regarded as Madagascar redux, but Disney insists there’s enough originality in it’s latest CG-animated feature to warrant a family trip to the multiplex ... Continue Reading →

New Line Picks Shazam! Man

With Sony’s Spider-Man 3 and Warner Bros. eagerly awaited Superman Returns poised to set the box office on fire, New Line is hoping to erect its own superhero tentpole with Shazam!, ... Continue Reading →

Gnomeo in Miramax’s Garden

After getting the boot by the new toon regime at Walt Disney Feature Animation, the animated feature Gnomeo and Juliet has been picked up Mouse House subsidiary Miramax Films. The musical ... Continue Reading →

IDT, Vanguard Launch Space Chimps

IDT Ent. and Vanguard Animation have begun production on Space Chimps, an animated feature film to be distributed domestically through IDT Ent.’s multi-picture deal with 20th ... Continue Reading →

Negadon to Attack NYC In May

Still reeling from its latest run in with King Kong, New York City got word today that another giant, CG-animated monster is heading its way. Anime publisher Central Park Media announced ... Continue Reading →

Ice Melts More Filmgoers’ Hearts

Can Scrat and company single-handedly save the first quarter doldrums at the box office? In light of the estimated $34.5 million Fox/Blue Sky’s Ice Age : The Meltdown (directed ... Continue Reading →

New Casper Film Scares Up A-List Voice Cast

These days it seems, all people want to really do in Hollywood isn’t direct, it’s to voice a character in an animated feature. The latest case in point: Casper producer ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Rocks with Punk Farm

If you needed more evidence that animation studios can’t get enough features about farm animals, look no further than the latest news from DreamWorks Animation. The studio’s ... Continue Reading →

Ice Freezes Critics, Warms Fox Hearts

With reviews only slightly better than the savaging heaped on Sharon Stone’s return to the screen as a been-around-the-block femme fatale, Fox’s Ice Age 2: The Meltdown ... Continue Reading →