Shrek Back on Top Overseas

More than four months after opening, DreamWorks Animation’s blockbuster sequel Shrek the Third is still busting blocks around the world. The Hollywood Reporter today brings word ... Continue Reading →

A Movie? Surely You Joust

Back in the ’80s, who would have thought that Midway Games’ Joust would be made into a movie before Nintendo’s Donkey Kong? According to Daily Variety, start-up production ... Continue Reading →

Scribe Recruited for G.I. Joe

Having recently hired Steven Sommers (Van Helsing, The Mummy) to direct, Paramount Pictures has announced that screenwriter Stuart Beattie (Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the ... Continue Reading →

Goodman is Exodus’ Bunyan

Exodus Film Group announced today that it has cast Golden Globe winner John Goodman to voice the role of Paul Bunyan in its upcoming CG-animated family feature Bunyan & Babe. The ... Continue Reading →

Nat Geo’s Sea Monsters Attacks IMAX

National Geographic’s new large-format film, Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure, will premiere worldwide in IMAX venues and other specialty theaters on Friday, Oct. 5. The ... Continue Reading →

Earth Stood Still for Reeves

Hollywood’s love affair with the remake continues as 20th Century Fox announces plans to remake the 1951 Robert Wise sci-fi classic The Day the Earth Stood Still with Keanu Reeves ... Continue Reading →

Sommers On G.I. Joe Mission

Director Stephen Sommers (The Mummy, Van Helsing) has enlisted to lead the troops for Paramount Pictures’ live-action feature film based on the G.I. Joe toy line and animated ... Continue Reading →

Veggie Trailer Pirated Online

Apple has posted the trailer for the new VeggieTales movie, The Pirates that Don’t Do Anything. Produced by Big Idea, the film centers on side characters introduced in the moderately ... Continue Reading →

Promenade Follows Ten Commandments

Family-focused production and distribution company Promenade Pictures will enter the U.S. theatrical distribution arena when its CG-animated feature, The Ten Commandments, is released ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Visits McFarlane’s Oz

Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures have announced plans to visit a darker version of author L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, one based on a line of toys designed by Spawn ... Continue Reading →