Ratatouille On Menu in U.K.

Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille has finally arrived in the U.K., scurrying into 416 theaters to claim the weekend’s widest opening. Timed with the week-long school holiday that ... Continue Reading →

Director Gets Claws in Thundercats

Video game art director Jerry O’Flaherty will cut his feature film directing teeth on Warner Bros. Pictures’ CG-animated big-screen adaptation of the ’80 cartoon series ... Continue Reading →

Universal’s Land of the Lost on Track

Universal Pictures is reportedly moving forward with plans to produce a $100 million big-screen adaptation of Sid & Marty Krofft’s classic kids’ adventure show, Land ... Continue Reading →

Sony Proceeds with EverQuest Pic

Announced years ago, Sony Pictures’ big-screen treatment of the successful massively multi-player online game EverQuest seems to be making some forward movement at last. Daily ... Continue Reading →

Burton Doing Frankenweenie Feature?

It may sound too good to be true, and there’s a good chance that it is, but there’s a rumor circulating around the web that Tim Burton is developing a stop-motion animated ... Continue Reading →

Unified Builds CG Ark

Unified Pictures is developing CG-animated feature titled Noah’s Ark, a reteling of the famous biblical tale from the point of view of the animals. The script is being written ... Continue Reading →

LAIKA/house Animates King of California

Commercial animation studio LAIKA/house created a stop-motion animation dream sequence for writer/director Mike Cahill’s King of California, a new movie starring Oscar winner ... Continue Reading →

Reynolds Enrolls in Nightmare Academy

Screenwriter David Reynolds (Chicken Little, Finding Nemo, Bug’s Life) has been hired to pen Universal Pictures’ screen adaptation of the Nightmare Academy books by Dean ... Continue Reading →

Clooney, Blanchett Dahled Up for Fox

As his latest live-action film, The Darjeeling Limited, is making the festival rounds, director Wes Anderson (The Life Aquatic with With Steve Zissou, The Royal Tenenbaums) leaked some ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: Downloading Ottawa Part 2: The Shorts

Part 2: The Shorts Among the plethora of films that screened during the five shorts programs at the Ottawa Int’l Animation Festival, a few really stood out for pushing the boundaries ... Continue Reading →