Polar Express Producer Helps Build Robot Taekwon V

Transformers 2 will get some home-grown competition in South Korea when Shin Cine unleashes Robot Taekwon V. According to The Hollywood Reporter, producer William Teitler (Zathrua: ... Continue Reading →

Niles’ Dead to Wake on Screen

Peter Jackson’s Weta will create visual effects for a filmed adaptation of Wake the Dead, a bestselling graphic novel by Steve Niles (30 Days of Night). According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Feature Review: Kung Fu Panda Delivers Kicks

As much as I’ve enjoyed the growing number of animated features aimed at more adult audiences, I’m happy to report that the latest talking-animal-on-a-journey-of-self-discovery ... Continue Reading →

Cameras Roll on the Wachowskis’ Ninja Assassin

As their live-action adaptation of the anime series Speed Racer flounders in theaters, Matrix creators Larry and Andy Wachowski have begun filming a new movie titled Ninja Assassin ... Continue Reading →

Sony Acquires Bashir for U.S.

Leave it to Sony Pictures Classics to bring poignant and award-winning foreign animated feature films to North American audiences. The label that recently brought us Satoshi Kon’s ... Continue Reading →

Indy Digs Up Box-Office Gold

Though he’s a little older and a little slower, everyone’s favorite archeologist proved he still has what it takes to make a killing at the box office. Indiana Jones and ... Continue Reading →

Marvel Dishes Captain America, Thor Details

If you stuck around for the end credits of Paramount’s Iron Man, you saw Samual L. Jackson as comic-book icon Nick Fury paying a visit to Tony Stark with the intention of recruiting ... Continue Reading →

Cameras Roll on Terminator Salvation

Warner Bros. has announced that principal photography on Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins has commenced in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Starring Christian Bale and Sam Worthington, ... Continue Reading →

Promising Start for Indiana Jones

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull seems well on its way to a phenomenal holiday weekend. Daily Variety reports that the film grossed an Estimated $4.5 million from ... Continue Reading →

Indy Jonze Satisfied in Theaters

The traditionally lucrative Memorial Day weekend should be quite good to Steven Spielberg and George Lucas as their Indiana Jones franchise returns to the big screen with the first ... Continue Reading →