The Golden Laws Debuts in L.A. Fellowship of the Ring Back in Theaters

The Golden Laws, an all-new anime film by Japanese director Ryuho Okawa makes its Los Angeles debut today at the Laemmle Fairfax. A presentation of Laemmle Theatres and IRH Press Co. ... Continue Reading →

Film Roman, Warner Bros. Vets Form phuuz

In a bid to capture young audiences brought up on computers, video games and the Internet, three award-winning animation industry veterans have teamed up to form phuuz ent., a new multi-media ... Continue Reading →

Disney Makes History at Global B.O.

Disney’s stocks may be slipping in the wake of the recent board shake up, but the studio is enjoying its best year ever at the box office. Two seafaring adventures, Finding Nemo ... Continue Reading →

Triplets Lands Indie Spirit Nomination

Animation fans were happy to learn that Sylvain Chomet’s much-lauded animated feature The Triplets of Belleville is up for a Best Foreign Film Independent Spirit Award this morning. ... Continue Reading →

Henry Selick Brings Life to Wes Anderson’s Aquatic

Cult fave director Wes Anderson (Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums) has tapped The Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Selick to create stop-motion animation sequences ... Continue Reading →

The King Is Back, and He’s Peter Jackson: Proud to Be a Kiwi

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King premiered in director Peter Jackson’s homeland of New Zealand over the weekend and our own Rita Street was there to share with you ... Continue Reading →

Ewan McGregor Leads Flock in Valiant

Ewan McGregor, perhaps best known for playing a young Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars prequels, has signed on to voice the title character in upcoming computer-animated feature film ... Continue Reading →

Cat Pulls Second Win Out of Hat

Universal’s big-screen adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat pulled out a second consecutive weekend win at the North American box office over the five-day Thanksgiving ... Continue Reading →

Triplets, Mansion Haunt U.S. Theaters

French director Sylvain Chomet’s animated masterpiece The Triplets of Belleville makes its eagerly awaited U.S. debut today, but the limited release will no doubt be overshadowed ... Continue Reading →

Disney’s Latest 2D Casualty

At $70 million and counting, Disney’s Brother Bear is helping to stuff the studio’s turkey this holiday season. Still, the team of animators that created it, and the hit ... Continue Reading →