Warner, Weinstein Get Gatchaman, Astroboy

Warner Bros. Pictures and The Weinstein Co. have inked a worldwide distribution deal with Imagi Animation Studios for the of the CG-animated feature films Gatchaman and AstroBoy. The ... Continue Reading →

Tippett Making Abrams’ Monster

Fangoria.com got word that vfx guru Phil Tippett and crew at Tippett Studio landed the job of creating effects for producer J.J. Abram’s as-yet-untitled giant monster movie. Details ... Continue Reading →

Transformers Sequel Greenlit

With nearly $700 million in worldwide box office booty, DreamWorks’ and Paramount’s Transformers was bound to get a sequel or four, but the first follow-up may come sooner ... Continue Reading →

Turok Movie Headed to AFM

A Jurassic classic of comic book and video game fame is coming to the screen as The Weinstein Co. and Classic Media’s Gold Key games division bring the animated feature Turok: ... Continue Reading →

Biel Eyes Wonder Woman Role

Last seen torturing Adam Sandler with her curves in I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry, actress Jessica Biel is in negotiations to play Wonder Woman in Warner Bros.’ Justice ... Continue Reading →

Zombie-Killing Milla Livens Up the Box-Office

If you needed more evidence that hot zombie-fighting women have got what it takes to bring fan-boys to movie theaters, check out the results of this past weekend’s box-office ... Continue Reading →

Milla Fights More Zombies in Resident Evil: Extinction

If flesh-eating zombies, post-apocalyptic scenarios and a butt-kicking Milla Jovovich rock your boat, then you’ll find yourself drawn to Sony’s third Resident Evil chapter, ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins, Exodus Seal the Deal

The Weinstein Company and Exodus Film Group announced that the first movie developed under their CG-animated co-production deal wiill be Navy Seals, a family comedy/adventure about ... Continue Reading →

George Miller Confirmed as Justice League Leader

With everyone in Hollywood trying to get their projects in production before the writers’ strike, it’s not surprising that Warner Bros. is moving quickly to realize the ... Continue Reading →

France Picks Persepolis as Official Oscar Entry

After receiving various festival honors around the world’including a special jury prize at Cannes’Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronanud’s black-and-white 2D animated ... Continue Reading →