Ice Age Sets Animation Record for Overseas Box Office

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs has passed Pixar’s Finding Nemo to become the all-time highest-grossing animated movie in overseas markets. Nemo was released in 2003, grossing ... Continue Reading →

Marvel’s 2Q Profits Dip Without a Movie

Marvel Entertainment’s riding the financial rollercoaster unavoidable to small film studios. Without a major film release, the company posted a 38 percent drop in profits and ... Continue Reading →

Comics Legend Neal Adams Teams with ICM

Neal Adams, a legend in the comic book industry, is looking to cross over into writing and directing movies and has signed on with ICM for representation. According to the Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Funny Chuckles Past CG Pets, Boy Wizard

Funny People laughed its way past the battling guinea pigs of G-Force to the top of a modest weekend at the box office. The Judd Apatow dramedy grossed an estimated $22.6 million in ... Continue Reading →

Profits Dip at Disney

Disney reported an across-the board drop in profits for its third-quarter earnings report, taking a loss of $12 million from its studio entertainment division. The company said last ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Mr. Fox Comes Out of Hiding

At long last, we get to see the first trailer for Fantastic Mr. Fox, Wes Anderson’s much-awaited adaptation of Roald Dahl’s popular children’s book. Scheduled to open ... Continue Reading →

Feature Set for Seuss’ The Lorax

Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment have set directors and writers to work on a 3-D CG-animated adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Set for release in March 2, ... Continue Reading →

Monsters vs. Aliens on Sequel Bubble

DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says it’s a tossup right now over whether there will be a sequel to its 3-D animated feature film Monsters vs. Aliens. Katzenberg addressed ... Continue Reading →

Four Pics on Tap From American Original, Titmouse

American Original ‘ the new production company formed by producer, comic book writer and former studio executive Jeff Katz ‘ has signed a deal with Titmouse Animation to ... Continue Reading →

Aliens Faces Uphill Box Office Battle

The studios continue their run of releasing films either packed with animation and VFX or family fare ‘both elements embodied by Fox’s Aliens in the Attic. The goofy family ... Continue Reading →