Wild Things Get Voices

The Hollywood Reporter offers some casting news regarding Warner Bros.’ long-gestating live-action adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s book, Where the ... Continue Reading →

Short to Take Flight with Hedge

Moviegoers catching Over the Hedge at select theaters will be treated to a new DreamWorks Animation short. Titled First Flight, the seven-minute film from studio veterans Cameron Hood ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Animation Profits Down

Despite the success of the hit CG movie, Madagascar, DreamWorks Animation SKG reported a 73% drop in profits for the first quarter of 2006. Revenues total $60.1 million, compared to ... Continue Reading →

Jetsons Movie Back on the Sprockets

Warner Bros. is apparently taking another whack at a live-action feature based on Hanna-Barbera’s classic Jetsons cartoon series. According to Daily Variety, Scribe Adam F. Goldberg ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare to Get 3-D Revival

Perennial animated holiday favorite Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is being re-mastered in stereoscopic 3-D for a Halloween theatrical run, according to The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Disney Sends Pics to Vietnam

Buena Vista International (BVI) will distribute the upcoming Pixar toon, Cars, and other highly anticipated motion pictures in Vietnam through MegaStar Joint Venture Company Ltd., a ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age Still Hot Overseas

Ice Age: The Meltdown from 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Animation ruled the overseas box office for the fifth straight weekend, earning an estimated $25.3 million in 61 territories, ... Continue Reading →

Kidtoon Films Program Expands

Motion picture exhibitor National Amusements Inc. has come aboard the Kidtoon Films program, which features a G-rated film every Saturday and Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. in select ... Continue Reading →

Marvel Taps Elf, Shaun Directors

As Marvel Studios continues to line up talent to bring its aggressive slate of independently produced comic book-based feature films to the big screen, the company has hired director/actor/writer ... Continue Reading →

TV’s Earl is Underdog

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Jason Lee, star of hit NBC comedy My Name is Earl, has been cast as the voice of bumbling canine superhero Underdog in Spyglass Ent. and Walt ... Continue Reading →