Maya Works Its Magic in Mexico

It’s a big week for Mexican feature animation as production begins on director Ricardo Arnaiz’s new project, Maya. Produced by actor Bruno Bichir and pop singer Emmanuel ... Continue Reading →

Zemeckis Develops Case of Measles

Robert Zemeckis is getting hooked on performance capture animation. The director, who is helming this holiday season’s The Polar Express is also looking at the three-book series ... Continue Reading →

Troy Conquers Van Helsing Worldwide

Homer’s heroes took over Van Helsing’s monsters this weekend as Warner Bros.’ expensive epic Troy grossed an estimated $45.6 million at the domestic box office. The ... Continue Reading →

Miramax Supports Elf Strike

Fans of the Internet game of Elf Bowling will have a chance to see their little heroes up on the big screen in a few years. Miramax Films has picked up the North American TV and home ... Continue Reading →

Troy Launched in Theaters

It all started with a face that launched a thousand ships and today Warner Bros.’ big-budget, visual effects-laden treatment of Homer’s The Iliad sails into more than 3,000 ... Continue Reading →

Revolution Commits to Hellboy 2

Revolution Studios announced that it will make a sequel to this spring’s CG-heavy box office hit, Hellboy. Writer/director Guillermo del Toro will be back at the helm with a story ... Continue Reading →

Tekken Game Goes Big Screen

Daily Variety reports that Dimension Films has signed a director to its feature adaptation of the Namco fighting game, Tekken. Charles Stone (Drumline) will helm the $60 million CG-infused ... Continue Reading →

Fox Sneaks 10 Mins. of Day After Tomorrow

Fox tonight offers viewers a sneak preview of Twentieth Century Fox’s big-budget visual effects tour de force The Day After Tomorrow, which arrives in theaters Friday, May 28. ... Continue Reading →

Monster Opening for Van Helsing

Universal’s over-the-top horror/action/adventure tour de force Van Helsing kicked off the summer movie season with a fang over the weekend, driving a stake through the heart of ... Continue Reading →

Van Helsing Out to Slay at Box Office

After reviving Universal’s classic Mummy franchise with a pair of summer blockbusters, writer/director Stephen Sommers is at it again, this time taking on Dracula, the Wolfman ... Continue Reading →