Disney Inks Stan Lee

After making billions for Marvel and various movie studios with such ubiquitous comic-book creations as Spider-Man, The Hulk and X-Men, Stan Lee is bringing his talents to the House ... Continue Reading →

Warner Paws Thundercats

With hit ’80s cartoons Transformers, Speed Racer, Voltron and He-Man all making their way to the big screen, it was only a matter of time before Thundercats got dragged into the ... Continue Reading →

Spidey Sets IMAX Record

While it may seem like a drop in the bucket for a film that has earned more than $844 million worldwide, a $20 million gross on IMAX screens around the world is proof of the growing ... Continue Reading →

Pirates Plunders MTV Movie Awards

Warner Bros.’ 300 had the most nominations but it was Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest that walked away with the most wins Sunday night at the 2007 ... Continue Reading →

AVP Director Does Spy Hunter

Following the exit of action auteur John Woo, Paul W.S. Anderson (AVP: Alien Vs. Predator) has stepped in to direct Universal Pictures’ filmed adaptation of the Midway Games video ... Continue Reading →

Pirates Still Atop Box Office

Despite a 62% drop in attendance, Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End held onto the top spot at the North American box office during its second week in release. ... Continue Reading →

Paprika Debuts in L.A.

Paprika, one of the best-reviewed films in release, arrives in select theaters in Los Angeles this weekend courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics. The latest anime thriller from Japanese ... Continue Reading →

Warner Preps Teen Titans Pic

Warner Bro. Pictures plans to produce a live-action movie based on the DC Comics property Teen Titans, which Warner Bros. Animation made into hit animated series on Cartoon Network. ... Continue Reading →

Pirates Breaks Records

Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End sailed into the history books by setting a new Memorial Day weekend box office record and claiming the biggest worldwide ... Continue Reading →

Chicago 10 Gets Roadside Pick Up

Independent label Roadside Attractions has acquired distribution rights to the largely animated documentary Chicago 10 from filmmaker Brett Morgen (The Kid Stays In the Picture), according ... Continue Reading →