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 →

Sean Penn, Iggy Pop Join Persepolis Cast

The English-language version of Marjane Satrapi’s 2D black-and-white movie Persepolis will feature the voices of Sean Penn and Iggy Pop, as well as previously announced Gena Rowlands, ... Continue Reading →

Potter Makes First-Day Magic

Warner Bros.’ Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix took in approximately $44.7 million on Wednesday, breaking the previous Wednesday opening record of $40.4 million set by ... Continue Reading →

Harry Potter Dominates Theaters

Will the mighty Optimus Prime be taken down by a kid with a stick? In a bid to knock Transformers out of the top spot at the box office, Warner Bros. is giving the latest Harry Potter ... Continue Reading →

Singer Making Man of Steel

Director Bryan Singer is moving forward with his Superman Returns sequel and will bring Kevin Spacey back as Lex Luthor in Superman: Man of Steel, according to Daily Variety. Superman ... Continue Reading →

Shrek The Third Hits $600 Million

DreamWorks Animation announced that its blockbuster sequel Shrek the Third has grossed more than $600 million worldwide. In addition to scoring the biggest domestic opening ever for ... Continue Reading →

Big Weekend for Transformers

DreamWorks/Paramount’s Transformers met the eye over the weekend, a lot of eyes in fact. Moviegoers in North America shelled out an estimated $67 million to see vehicles turning ... Continue Reading →

Carrey Getting Scrooged by Zemeckis

Disney has confirmed Internet reports that Oscar-winning producer/director Robert Zemeckis is making a stereoscopic 3D, performance-capture adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic ... Continue Reading →