France’s TeamTO Gets Funding for 3-D Toon

Paris-based production company TeamTO is getting some financial aid in producing its first stereoscopic 3-D animated feature. Daily Variety reports that the entity will receive up to ... Continue Reading →

Woo Loads Caliber Comic Pic

Famed action movie director John Woo (Face/Off, Hard Boiled) has signed on to helm a filmed adaptation of the Radical Comics’ Caliber, according to Daily Variety. Johnny Depp’s ... Continue Reading →

Sony Cooks Up 3-D Meatballs for 2010

Sony Pictures Animation’s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs will be the studio’s first animated release created specifically for stereoscopic 3-D. According to The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Orbits Capcom’s Lost Planet

Warner Bros. is again taking on the tricky task of adapting a popular video game for the big screen. This time, the studio has signed on to distribute a pic based on the Capcom hit ... Continue Reading →

Dark Knight Continues to Sell Out

Warner Bros.’ The Dark Knight continues on its path to bona fide blockbuster status. First, online movie ticket seller reported sold-out screenings of the Batman ... Continue Reading →

Hellboy Scorches Competition

Universal’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army earned an estimated $35.8 million to lead a somewhat week post-holiday weekend at the North American box office. Director Guillermo del ... Continue Reading →

Wild Things Further Delayed

Bringing a kid lit classic to the screen sounds like a slam-dunk proposition, but Warner Bros.’ $80 million adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are is having ... Continue Reading →

Fly Me to the Moon Trailer Blasts Off

Insects space out in 3-D this summer in the CG-animated family feature Fly Me to the Moon from Illuminata Pictures and nWave Pictures. Developed specifically for stereoscopic 3-D exhibition, ... Continue Reading →

Hellboy, Journey, Dave Meet in Theaters

The summer of CG effects continues as New Line Cinema’s 3-D adaptation of the Jules Verne classic Journey to the Center of the Earth goes toe-to-toe with Universal’s Hellboy ... Continue Reading →

DC, Warner to Form Super Strategy

Warner Bros. is sure to make a killing with the new Batman movie, The Dark Knight, but plans for its DC Comics properties are sketchy beyond that. Daily Variety reports that the two ... Continue Reading →