Sommers Drawn to Flash Gordon

Stephen Sommers, writer and director of Universal’s The Mummy, The Mummy Returns and Van Helsing, is taking a break from CG-laden horror to tackle a comic-book and Saturday matinee ... Continue Reading →

More Terminating for Loken as BloodRayne

Comingsoon.net reports that Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines star Kristanna Loken will play the title character in the feature film adaptation of Majesco’s gory video game, ... Continue Reading →

Fiennes, Richardson Join Potter Cast

The producers of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire have woven some more casting magic for the fourth film adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s popular novel ... Continue Reading →

Polar Express Star Rides to Zathura

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Josh Hutcherson, who provides the voice of the main character in Warner Bros.’ upcoming CG Holiday flick, The Polar Express, has been cast ... Continue Reading →

Disney in Lion Suit

Ten years after the release of the animated hit The Lion King, Disney is being sued for the film’s use of the song "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Lucas to Make Toons in Singapore

Having launched Lucasfilm Animation in California, George Lucas is expanding his digital animation operations to a country far, far away. Lucasfilm Ltd. today announced that it has ... Continue Reading →

Mad Monster Party to Get Live-action Redux

Daily Variety reports that Warner Bros. has optioned rights to the 1967 Rankin & Bass Halloween special, Mad Monster Party, from Canal Plus and is set to produce a live-action version ... Continue Reading →

Village Goes to Town, Thunderbirds M.I.A.

M. Night Shyamalan’s supernatural thriller, The Village, proved critic-proof over the weekend as moviegoers flocked to the fright flick despite mixed reviews. The latest effort ... Continue Reading →

Thunderbirds Go Against Village

While there’s little doubt which film is going to win the box office this weekend, there’s a lot to choose from, including Universal Picture’s effects-driven Thunderbirds ... Continue Reading →

Bourne, Robot Declaw Catwoman

Universal’s cloak-and-dagger thriller, The Bourne Supremacy, proved supreme indeed over the weekend, raking in an estimated $53.5 million at the box office to knock 20th Century ... Continue Reading →