Potter Pummeled by Chuck and Larry

After just one week at the top of the box-office charts, Warner Bros.’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has been dethroned by Universal’s poorly reviewed Adam Sandler/Kevin ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy Movie Looming?

As The Simpsons Move gets set to roll into theaters this weekend, Seth MacFarlane, creator of FOX’s other hit animated series, told The Hollywood Reporter that a Family Guy feature ... Continue Reading →

Fox Lets a Little Sunshine Out

It’s rare to see a big summer vfx movie open in limited release, but Fox Searchlight’s Sunshine is only illuminating about ten theaters across North America today. The latest ... Continue Reading →

Disney Makes Magic in China

The Walt Disney Co. today revealed The Magic Gourd, its first feature made for the Chinese Market. According to Daily Variety, a total of 300 prints of the live-action/CG movie will ... Continue Reading →

Stardust Voices in the Can

Canadian voice casting company Total Casting and its sister company, recording studio Agile Sound, announced completion of voice production on a feature-length animated Christmas special ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Moves Up Monsters

DreamWorks Animation SKG has announced that the CG-animated feature Monsters vs. Aliens is slated for its domestic release on May 15, 2009, one week earlier than previously announced. ... Continue Reading →

Homer Does Tonight Show

Homer Simpson, America’s favorite donut-eating, beer-swilling animated patriarch, will make an exclusive appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to promote The ... Continue Reading →

Ratatouille Named Ripest Tomato

Fox Interactive Media’s Rotten Tomatoes (www.rottentomatoes.com) has put Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille at the top of its mid-year report highlighting the best- and worst-reviewed ... Continue Reading →

Magic Weekend for Harry Potter

Warner Bros.’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix held onto the top spot at the box office over the weekend, conjuring up an estimated $77.4 million. Since opening on Wednesday, ... Continue Reading →

Tekkonkinkreet: A Near-Perfect Blend of Asian and American Sensibilities

Anime fans and anyone who appreciates animation that explores complex characters and gritty subject matter should seek out Tekkonkinkreet, a remarkable piece of filmmaking that makes ... Continue Reading →