Marvel’s Arad Wants Spidey Sequels to Keep Coming

Marvel Studios chairman and CEO Avi Arad told a group of reporters Saturday that he wants to see everyone’s favorite comic book web slinger on the big screen for at least another ... Continue Reading →

Shrek 2 Swims Past Nemo

In just four weeks, DreamWorks’ Shrek 2, has become the top-grossing (domestically) animated film in history. At $354 million and still going strong, the toon sequel has passed ... Continue Reading →

Garfield, Riddick Scrap for B.O. Scratch

Garfield, the beloved feline star of a nationally syndicated comic strip, animated specials and a regular animated TV series, hits the big screen for the first time today in Twentieth ... Continue Reading →

Gollum Guy to Play Kong

The Hollywood Reporter today confirmed rumors that Andy Serkis will provide the motion-capture performance for the iconic great ape in Peter Jackson’s remake of the 1933 classic ... Continue Reading →

Potter Puts Hex on Shrek

Warner Bros.’ effects-laden Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban wove its magic at the box office over the weekend, brewing up an estimated $92.6 million gross to claim the ... Continue Reading →

Anime Network Gets Original, Uncut Gatchaman

Anime Network has signed a deal with Sandy Frank Ent. to bring all 105 episodes of the Gatchaman series in their original form to U.S. television viewers for the first time. Gatchaman ... Continue Reading →

Eisner Still Hopeful for Pixar Pact

Walt Disney Co. CEO Michael Eisner hasn’t burned any love letters from Pixar yet as he apparently remains hopeful that the studio and the 3D animation house can still patch things ... Continue Reading →

Shrek 3 Details Released

With the second Shrek installment eating up the box office at record pace, DreamWorks is wasting no time in getting the ball rolling on a third. According to Daily Variety, Who Framed ... Continue Reading →

Shrek Weathers Day After

Not even the awesome forces of nature could knock DreamWorks’ Shrek 2 from the top of the box office over the three-day weekend. The animated sequel brought in another $92 million ... Continue Reading →

Day After Tomorrow Today

Director Roland Emmerich, who destroyed major metropolises by way of alien invaders in Independence Day, is back to wreak more havoc with some help from mother nature and a lot of ... Continue Reading →