Heads Rolling on Animated Highlander

Despite the famous line "There can be only one," the 1986 cult hit, Highlander, has spawned three sequels, a made-for-television feature, two live-action syndicated television ... Continue Reading →

Theron injury Flux Up Feature

The Associated Press brings word that an injury sustained by Oscar-winner Charlize Theron has temporarily shut down filming on the Paramount Pictures/MTV Films live-action feature version ... Continue Reading →

Paramount Abducts Midway’s Area 51

Just days after Midway announced that David Duchovny (The X-Files), Powers Boothe (Deadwood) and goth rocker Marilyn Manson have signed on to voice characters in the upcoming game, ... Continue Reading →

Hero Puts Squeeze on Anacondas

China’s top-grossing film is now America’s reigning box-office champ. The Miramax-distributed Jet Li period actioner surpassed expectations, taking in an estimated $17.8 ... Continue Reading →

Garfield Is Cat’s Meow Overseas

Following a moderately successful U.S. theatrical run, 20th Century Fox’s Garfield: The Movie is the top cat overseas. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the CG/live-action ... Continue Reading →

Toho’s Godzilla Vs. U.S. CG Version

Film icon Godzilla, which celebrated his 50th anniversary this year, will reportedly kick some CG tail in the next and supposedly final installment (for at least a decade) in Toho’s ... Continue Reading →

Anacondas, Hero Tangle at Box Office

Giant CG snakes and high-flying Kung Fu combatants vie for moviegoer dollars this weekend as Sony/Screen Gems unleashes the sequel Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid and Miramax ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks, Aardman Flush Out Big Stars

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a couple of Lord of the Rings alumni have signed on to voice characters in Flushed Away, one of several upcoming feature collaborations between ... Continue Reading →

Glover, Elliot, Sykes in Barnyard

Actors Danny Glover (Predator 2, the Lethal Weapon series), Sam Elliott (The Hulk, We Were Soldiers) and Wanda Sykes (TV’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, Wanda at Large) have joined The ... Continue Reading →

Sony Pictures Animation Gets Nasty

Daily Variety reports that Barbershop scribe Don. D. Scott has been tapped to write an animated sci-fi musical titled Big Nasty for Sony Pictures Animation. The news follows last week’s ... Continue Reading →