Christopher Reeve to Direct Animated Feature

Actor Christopher Reeve, best known for portraying the Man of Steel in four Superman films, is turning his x-ray sights to animation. He has been tapped to helm an animated feature ... Continue Reading →

Pic Producers Fall For New Comic Series

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chuck Gordon’s Daybreak Prods. and Adrian Askarieh’s Prime Universe Prods. are keen on producing feature film or TV projects based on ... Continue Reading →

NY Film Crits Diss Fish, Toast Belleville

The New York Film Critics Circle Awards were announced yesterday, naming New Line’s The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Best Picture. And while that win was a major ... Continue Reading →

Digi-Guys Seeing Mirage in Pipeline

Pinewood Studios, U.K.-based production outfit Digi-Guys is ramping up for a busy production slate with the purchase of a 55-seat site-license of Bauhaus’ Mirage, a real-time ... Continue Reading →

Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc Screenshots Online

Entertainment software developer and publisher Enlight has released new screenshots for its upcoming title Wars and Warriors: Joan of Arc, scheduled for release in late January or February. Wars ... Continue Reading →

Stars Fall for Chicken Little

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Disney has cast the main parts for its upcoming CG feature Chicken Little. The title role will go to Zach Braff, star of TV’s Scrubs. Joan ... Continue Reading →

Sony Pictures’ Top Seat Filled

Time Warner Int’l president Michael Lynton has been appointed chair of Sony Pictures Ent., ending months of speculation over who will replace John Calley. Calley resigned in early ... Continue Reading →

Seinfeld in DreamWorks Hive

Former sit-com king Jerry Seinfeld will make the leap to the big screen, writing, producing and starring in a CG-animated movie for DreamWorks. The comedian has begun scripting Bee ... Continue Reading →

Pixel Magic Takes On The Last Samurai

Warner Bros.’ period epic The Last Samurai easily took the top spot at the box office over the weekend with an estimated $24.4 million. While the film’s success may have ... Continue Reading →

Henry Selick Dives in The Life Aquatic

As we reported earlier this week, director Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach, Monkeybone) has been brought on to produce stop-motion effects sequences ... Continue Reading →