BloodRayne Brings Game to Screen

The latest video game to come to the big screen is BloodRayne, a Majesco title adapted by game-to-film specialist Uwe Boll (House of the Dead, Alone in the Dark). The production was ... Continue Reading →

Narnia Dethrones Kong

‘Twas Aslan that killed the beast at the North American box office over the weekend as Disney’s and Walden Media’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and ... Continue Reading →

Raven Moon Raises Funds for Gina D Feature

Raven Moon Ent. Inc. announced that it has raised half of the $3.2 million budget for its first animated feature, Gina D & The Transistor Sisters: In Search of the Golden Record. ... Continue Reading →

Happy Holidays!

The staff and friends of Animation Magazine wish you a joyous holiday season and a happy New Year! We’re taking a week off to be with family, but we’ll be back to kick off ... Continue Reading →

Ghost Rider Glimpses Hit the Web

Another Marvel comic book superhero is coming to the big screen and Sony Pictures has released a 10-second teaser featuring some vfx shots on the official web site. Ghost Rider, starring ... Continue Reading →

Win Aqua Teen Hunger Force Vol. 4!

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 4 is friggin’ awesome and we’ve got your chance to win a copy of this two-disc set featuring 13 episodes of the [adult swim] favorite. Just ... Continue Reading →

Kong Top Banana at Box Office

Kong may have emerged as king of the North American box office over the weekend, but his roar was a bit subdued. The $200 million vfx extravaganza was expected to be a major blockbuster ... Continue Reading →

Polar Express Hits $50 Million on IMAX

A second healthy holiday season for The Polar Express: An IMAX 3D Experience has seen Warner Bros. Pictures’ performance-capture Christmas tale cross the $50 million mark at large-format ... Continue Reading →

Hoodwinked! Finds Happy Ending in L.A. Theaters

If you happen to live in Los Angeles, you can find Hoodwinked!, one of the ten animated features eligible in the Oscar race, playing in a few theaters today. Written and directed by ... Continue Reading →

No Monster Wednesday for Kong

He can bust out of ‘escape-proof’ chains, but the Eighth Wonder of the World didn’t shatter any box office records on its first day in theaters. Peter Jackson’s ... Continue Reading →