Hoffman, Chan, McShane Lend Chops to Kung Fu Panda

Actor Jack Black will be in good company as the lead voice in DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming CG toon feature, Kung Fu Panda. According to Daily Variety, the studio has recently ... Continue Reading →

Maxmedia to Adapt Xbox 360 Game

Santa Monica, Calif.-based production company Maxmedia is set to develop an animated feature film based on Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox 360 video game, Kameo: Elements of Power. ... Continue Reading →

Auds Devour Chicken Little

Box office numbers may be sagging this year, but Disney’s Chicken Little did its part to help keep the sky from falling over the weekend. The studio’s first stab at making ... Continue Reading →

Chicken Little Hatches

The industry and moviegoers today get a sense of how Disney will survive without Pixar as the studio’s first completely CG-animated feature comes to roost in a whipping 3,645 ... Continue Reading →

Hoodwinked! Release Moved Up

Animation fans seeking an alternative to the product of Disney, DreamWorks and Pixar will get an early Christmas present this year as The Weinstein Co.’s Hoodwinked! arrives a ... Continue Reading →

Superman Goes IMAX Day & Date

Warner Bros.’ eagerly awaited Superman Returns will splash onto those enormous IMAX screens on June 30, 2006, the same day it rolls out in conventional theaters. Directed by Bryan ... Continue Reading →

Iron Man Movie Back at Marvel

The superhero movie news rolls on as Daily Variety reports that film rights to the Iron Man comic book franchise have reverted back to Marvel following an unsuccessful two-year development ... Continue Reading →

Boll Going Postal for Game Flick

Running With Scissors, developer of the cult hit video game Postal, tells us that director Uwe Boll (House of the Dead, Alone in the Dark) has signed on to direct and produce a feature ... Continue Reading →

Lucasfilm Animation Singapore Opens

Lucasfilm Ltd. today officially opened the doors of its digital animation studio in Singapore, a 40,000-square foot facility that will focus on creating animated feature films and television ... Continue Reading →

Jackson Has His Way with Kong

Director Peter Jackson’s remake of a certain classic 1933 giant ape flick may be destined to be a blockbuster, but it’s also going to be a bladder buster. According to Daily ... Continue Reading →