Nick, DreamWorks Making TV

Nickelodeon and DreamWorks Animation have teamed to develop weekly animated series based on the 2005 DreamWorks release Madagascar and the upcoming CG feature Kung Fu Panda, according ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare Does Scary Biz in 3D

Disney’s stereoscopic 3D version of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas scared up an impressive $3.28 million in just 168 theaters over the weekend, averaging nearly ... Continue Reading →

Co-Promo for Robot Chicken, PlayStation 3

Cartoon Network’s late-night animation block, Adult Swim, and Sony are kicking off a co-branded promotion that will hype the hit animated series Robot Chicken along with the highly ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare Pops Off the Screen

Thirteen years after it first debuted in theaters Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is back with a vengeance. And by vengeance we mean a stereoscopic 3D version crafted ... Continue Reading →

Henson Making Fraggle Feature

The Jim Henson Co. has confirmed that it is in development on a feature-length movie featuring the Fraggles from the 1980s children’s puppet series Fraggle Rock. The treatment ... Continue Reading →

Henson Making Fraggle Feature

The Jim Henson Co. has confirmed that it is in development on a feature-length movie featuring the Fraggles from the 1980s children’s puppet series Fraggle Rock. The treatment ... Continue Reading →

Halo and Goodbye for Universal, Fox

Universal Pictures and 20th Century Fox have backed out of their deals to co-finance Microsoft’s big-screen adaptation of the Halo video-game franchise, according to Daily Variety. ... Continue Reading →

Piven, Shannon Join Igor Cast

Emmy-winning Entourage star Jeremy Piven and Saturday Night Live alum Molly Shannon have signed on to lend their voices to Exodus Film Group’s CG-animated feature Igor. The comic ... Continue Reading →

Indie Sealed Gets Theatrical Run

Phil Nibbelink’s independently produced 2D-animated feature, Romeo & Juliet: Sealed With a Kiss, will begin a limited theatrical run on Friday, Oct. 27. Nibbelink, a former ... Continue Reading →

TOKYOPOP to Adapt Its Own Manga

Manga producer TOKYOPOP is making its first foray into independent film production with a live-action adaptation of its horror graphic novel, Lament of the Lamb. The film is currently ... Continue Reading →