Miyazaki’s Ponyo Gets Release Window

Citing Variety Japan, Studio Ghibli news site Nausicaa.net reports that Hayao Miyazaki’s next animated feature, Gake no ue no Ponyo (Ponyo on a Cliff), is slated for release in ... Continue Reading →

Magnolia, Shorts Int’l Team for Oscar Shorts

Those who didn’t get a chance to catch this year’s Oscar-nominated short films on the festival circuit will get another opportunity when they come to U.S. theaters on Feb. ... Continue Reading →

Besson to Adapt Aventures Comics

Having brought to the screen founder Luc Besson’s children’s book, Arthur and the Minimoys, EuropaCorp. is looking at developing a trilogy of films based on the classic ... Continue Reading →

Bowers Pilots Astro Boy

Imagi Studios, the animation company behind TMNT, has signed Flushed Away director David Bowers to helm its CG-animated Astro Boy feature. Based on the classic comics and anime series ... Continue Reading →

Cloverfield Vs. Rambo, Spartans

After its record-setting opening weekend, Paramount’s rampaging monster movie, Cloverfield, faces some strong competition for young male viewers as it struggles to hold onto the ... Continue Reading →

To 3-D and Beyond for Toy Story

The Walt Disney Studios announced today that it is employing the latest advances in digital 3-D technology the Toy Story films, including the upcoming Toy Story 3. The new Disney Digital ... Continue Reading →

Monster Weekend for Cloverfield

Paramount Pictures’ giant monster movie, Cloverfield, scared up an estimated $46 million domestically since opening on Friday, scoring the biggest Martin Luther King holiday weekend ... Continue Reading →

Cruz Lends Voice to G-Force

Though many may consider it a waste to have Penelope Cruz heard but not seen in a movie, the actress has signed on to be one of the lead voices in Disney’s G-Force, according ... Continue Reading →

Cloverfield Rampages on Screen

Months of speculation and internet rumors come to an end today as producer J.J. Abrams’ well-guarded CG creature is finally revealed in Cloverfield, Paramount Pictures’ ... Continue Reading →

New Line’s Inkheart Pushed Way Back

It’s in the can, but New Line’s family fantasy flick Inkheart is being pushed from its original release date of March 18 to January of 2009. According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →