Plympton’s Hair High in L.A.

If you live in the Los Angeles area, you’ll finally have your chance to see Bill Plympton’s new animated feature, Hair High, this Friday at the Laemmle’s Sunset 5 ... Continue Reading →

Perro Verde Goes Nuts

Going Nuts, the first feature from Spanish animation company Perro Verde, will be distributed over multiple platforms in Spain on May 25 before being released on DVD by U.S.-based Breakthrough ... Continue Reading →

Indian Tribe Animates Legend

We’ve been hearing a lot about Indian animation lately, but American Indian animation is a much rarer bird. The Oneida Indian Nation’s Four Directions Prods. announced that ... Continue Reading →

Walden, Fox, Henson Get Gorey

Walden Media, Fox 2000 and the Jim Henson Co. are working to bring late children’s author Edward Gorey’s The Doubtful Guest to the big screen, according to The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Dream Balloon, Atchity Shake Up Snowyville

Michael Attardi’s award-winning animated short Once Upon a Christmas Village is set to become a feature through a co-production agreement signed by Dream Balloon COO Joseph Anselmo ... Continue Reading →

WB Drawn to DC’s Metal Men

In the latest case of Tinsel Town pilfering the comic racks for tentpole material, Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up film rights to the 1962 DC Comics property Metal Men. According ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Picks Stiller’s Master Mind

DreamWorks Animation today announced that it has picked up Master Mind, a superhero send-up from Ben Stiller’s and Stuart Cornfeld’s Red Hour Films. The screenplay is being ... Continue Reading →

Burton’s Vincent Goes 3D

Having converted Tim Burton’s 1994 animated feature The Nightmare Before Christmas to stereoscopic 3D last year, Disney is giving the same treatment to a stop-motion short the ... Continue Reading →

Aardman Clays Up Deal with Sony

Having ended its relationship with DreamWorks Animation just months ago, Aardman Animations is reportedly sewing up a partnership with Sony Pictures. According to The Hollywood Reporter, ... Continue Reading →

Glory Guts Robinsons

The DreamWorks/Paramount release Blades of Glory earned an estimated $33 million over the weekend to claim the box office gold medal. The ice skating comedy starring Will Ferrell and ... Continue Reading →