Warner Bros. Casts Man of Steel

Warner Bros. Pictures today confirmed rumors that obscure TV actor Brandon Routh has been signed to star as Superman in the upcoming film by X-Men director Bryan Singer. Word of Routh’s ... Continue Reading →

Shrek Headed to Broadway

According to Daily Variety, Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road to Perdition) is heading up a Broadway stage adaptation of DreamWorks’ Shrek film property. ... Continue Reading →

Shark Tale Clips Team Strings

Just when studios thought it was safe to go back in the water, DreamWorks’ toon comedy, Shark Tale, again proved unbeatable in its third weekend, holding onto the No. 1 spot with ... Continue Reading →

Young Merlin Casts Spell on Producers

Harry Potter is about to get some competition in the kid wizard field as another famous spell caster gets set to return to the big screen in Young Merlin. UWPictures/O-Group, Ltd. and ... Continue Reading →

Miramax Spins Magic Roundabout Deal

Daily Variety reports that Miramax will distribute the animated feature Sprung! The Magic Roundabout in North and South America. Based on the ’60s U.K. puppet series, The Magic ... Continue Reading →

Team America Hunts Shark

Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds meets South Park in Trey Stone and Matt Parker’s latest big-screen comedy, Team America: World Police, blasting into theaters across North ... Continue Reading →

New Line Draws Plans for Jonathan Strange

Its’official: New Line studio is quickly becoming the best place to shop your epic fantasy project. Daily Variety reports today that the studio has made a preemptive deal for ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Sets IPO Price

CBS MarketWatch reports that DreamWorks Animation plans to offer 29 million shares at $23 to $25 each in a bid to raise around $700 million in its initial public offering. The company ... Continue Reading →

Sharky Machine Going Strong

DreamWorks’ CG-animated underwater comedy, Shark Tale, ruled the box office again in its second weekend, sinking only 33% with an estimated take of $31.7 million. The star-studded ... Continue Reading →

Scribe Enlists for Conran’s Sky Captain Follow-up

According to The Hollywood Reporter, writer Ehren Kruger (The Ring, The Ring 2), will write John Carter of Mars for Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow director Kerry Conran and Paramount ... Continue Reading →