Fox Bringing Sims to Screen

The latest development in the often dysfunctional love affair between Hollywood and Silicon Valley has 20th Century Fox snatching up movie rights to Electronic Arts’ The Sims, ... Continue Reading →

Frog Gets Princess, Title Change

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Disney has hired Dreamgirls actress Anika Noni Rose to voice the role of Princess Tiana in the animated musical The Princess and the Frog. Previously ... Continue Reading →

Madhouse on Penguin Bandwagon

Yet another animated penguin tale is reportedly on its way, this time with an international twist. Daily Variety reports from the Cannes Film Festival that Japanese animation studio ... Continue Reading →

He-Man to Flex for Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. and Matrix producer Joel Silver have confirmed rumors that they are conspiring to craft another live-action feature film based on the ’80s Filmmation cartoon and ... Continue Reading →

Weinsteins, Exodus Expand Partnership

The Weinstein Co. (TWC) and Exodus Film Group announced at the Cannes Film Festival that they have formed a strategic alliance to jointly develop, produce and finance a slate of CG-animated ... Continue Reading →

Clementine Feature Set Up in Turkey

Daily Variety reports from Cannes that Medyavision in Turkey is developing a feature film based on the popular 1985 French animated series Clementine. Featuring visual effects by Rhythm ... Continue Reading →

Shrek Rules

Surpassing studio expectations and setting a new record for animated features, Shrek the Third raked in an estimated $122 million at the North American box office over the weekend. ... Continue Reading →

Lionsgate Raises Kane Game to Screen

While most video games have to develop a dedicated following before getting the cinematic treatment, Eidos Interactive’s upcoming title Kane and Lynch: Dead Men is already set ... Continue Reading →

Will Shrek Rule over Spidey?

DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek the Third hits theaters today, continuing the adventures of author William Steig’s green ogre and pals Fiona, Donkey and Puss in Boots. Attendance ... Continue Reading →

Director, Producer Talk Shrek

Shrek the Third director Chris Miller and producer Aron Warner tell us that one thing they wanted to do with the latest installment in the franchise is curb the number of pop-culture ... Continue Reading →