Coraline Set Photos

The good folks at LAIKA have hooked us up with some behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Coraline a stop-motion animated feature film that will be released in stereoscopic 3-D by ... Continue Reading →

Fear(s) Grips L.A., Other Cities

Following last week’s opening in New York, the new French animated feature Fear(s) of the Dark (Peur(s) du noir) opens a bit wider today, just in time for Halloween. Distributed ... Continue Reading →

Mendes Hot for Preacher Comic

As Hollywood continues to mine comic-book stores for material, more high-profile filmmakers are getting in on the act. According to The Hollywood Reporter, director Sam Mendes (American ... Continue Reading →

Downey to Suit Up for Avengers

Robert Downey Jr. is committed to being billionaire genius Tony Stark and his iron-clad alter-ego for years to come. Daily Variety reports that the Oscar-nominated actor will not only ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. to Make Ninja Scroll Pic

In Feburary of this year, we reported that Warner Bros. and actor Leonardo DiCaprio had joined forces to make a live-action feature based on the anime classic Akira. Now Daily Variety ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Gets Total Drama Action

Stateside fans of the animated ‘tween comedy series Total Drama Island can look forward to the seeing the spinoff in 2009. Cake Distribution has sold FRESH TV’s Total Drama ... Continue Reading →

They Came From Upstairs Trailer Emerges

A family finds CG-animated aliens living in their vacation home in 20th Century Fox’s upcoming family flick They Came From Upstairs. Starring High School Musical phenom Ashley ... Continue Reading →

Universal Enlists in EA’s Army of Two

Universal Pictures will bring Electronic Arts’ Army of Two video-game franchise to the big screen. Scott Stuber will produce the pic through his Stuber Prods., along with EA, ... Continue Reading →

Burton Deals Glover Into Alice

The cast continues to assemble for director Tim Burton’s live-action/CG version of Alice in Wonderland. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that oddball actor/filmmaker Crispin ... Continue Reading →

New York Has Fear(s) of the Dark

If you live in New York, make a point to see the new French animated feature Fear(s) of the Dark (Peur(s) du noir). Distributed by IFC Ent., the critically acclaimed festival favorite ... Continue Reading →