Theaters Get Primeval

Having created fierce lycanthropes for the Underworld films and blood-thirsty subterranean dwellers for The Cave, visual effects studio Luma Pictures takes on a different kind of beast ... Continue Reading →

Madonna Brings Arthur to NY Schools

Pop icon Madonna, who voices the animated female lead in the English-language version of director Luc Besson’s new family feature Arthur and the Invisibles, will host a special ... Continue Reading →

Shyamalan to Bend Avatar

Following the critical and box-office misfire that was Lady in the Water, film director M. Night Shyamalan will reportedly put his own material aside to make big-screen pics based on ... Continue Reading →

Leno, Coolidge Hump It to Igor

Late-night talk show host Jay Leno and popular comedic actor Jennifer Coolidge (For Your Consideration, Legally Blonde: Red, White and Blonde) have signed on to lend their voices to ... Continue Reading →

Peter Jackson Banned from New Line

After helping New Line Cinema make billions of dollars with his big-screen adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings tales, director/producer Peter Jackson has been blacklisted ... Continue Reading →

Arthur Loses Oscar Eligibility

Arthur and the Invisibles, the first animated feature from celebrated French filmmaker Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, La Femme Nikita) is apparently not animated enough for the Academy ... Continue Reading →

No Fairytale Bow for Happily

The animated fairy tale spoof Happily N’ever After arrived at the ball over the weekend but didn’t quite make the appearance distributor Loinsgate had hoped for. The family ... Continue Reading →

Book Opens on Happily N’Ever After

Loinsgate’s CG-animated fairly tale spoof Happily N’ever After opens in wide release across North America today, offering another twisted take on classic children stories, ... Continue Reading →

Feast Writers Revisit Tingler

Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, whose script Feast was produced for the third season of Matt Damon’s and Ben Affleck’s reality series Project Greenlight, have been hired ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age Leads Fox in Record Year

According to Fox Filmed Entertainment, 2006 saw the studio earn approximately $3.5 billion in movie ticket sales, the biggest worldwide box-office gross for any slate of films in the ... Continue Reading →