X-Men Director Takes on Man of Steel

Bryan Singer, who helmed both installments of 20th Century Fox’s comic book-inspired X-Men pics, has signed on to develop and direct Warner Bros.’ Superman update, according ... Continue Reading →

New Mechanical Threat for Spidey

In 20th Century Fox’s summer thrill ride, I, Robot, androids rise up against the very people they were made to serve, but will they successfully overthrow Spider-Man at the Box ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. to Tackle Beowulf

Perhaps looking to cash in on the popularity of the Lord of the Rings flicks, Warner Bros. is reportedly turning to one of J.R.R. Tolkien’s literary influences. According to The ... Continue Reading →

Barbie Leads Home Entertainment Awards

The Video Software Dealers Association today announced the 2004 Home Entertainment Award winners during the opening session of VSDA’s annual Home Entertainment 2004 confab at ... Continue Reading →

Witherspoon Coifed for Disney’s Rapunzel

Daily Variety Reports that film star Reese Witherspoon (Legally Blonde, Cruel Intentions) and Tony-winning Broadway performer Kristin Chenoweth (You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, ... Continue Reading →

Walden No Longer in Disney Pond

The partnership that is bringing The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to the big screen has dissolved. Daily Variety reports that Philip Anschutz’s Walden Media has parted with ... Continue Reading →

Spidey Swings Another Victory

Neither the fabled King Arthur nor the legendary Ron Burgundy could unseat the amazing Spider-Man at the North American box office over the weekend. Despite a steep 48% drop off in ... Continue Reading →

Kaena Slides Into U.S. Theaters

The French computer-animated feature film, Kaena: The Prophecy, starts its North American theatrical run in Los Angeles, New York and Houston, Texas today. Produced by Xilam, Studio ... Continue Reading →

Arthur Takes on Spider-Man

Opening an action-adventure pic opposite Spider-Man 2 in its second week is an act of bravery worthy of the Round Table. Buena Vista Pictures is doing just that with its Jerry Bruckheimer-produced ... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man Headed to Broadway?

Sure, he can shoot webs and climb up buildings, but can he sing and dance? Daily Variety reports that Victor/Victoria producer Tony Adams and Marvel Comics are said to be in talks to ... Continue Reading →