Shrek 2 Breaks Records Overseas

While many studios have adopted the strategy of releasing films domestically and overseas on the same day, DreamWork’s decision to delay Shrek 2‘s overseas bow has apparently ... Continue Reading →

Moviegoers Dodge 80 Days, Shrek Proves Animation is King

Twentieth Century Fox’s zany comedy, DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, delivered a crushing blow at the North American box office over the weekend, knocking the wind out fellow ... Continue Reading →

Around The World Flies in the Face of Competition

Disney’s adaptation of the classic Jules Verne tale, Around the World in 80 Days, enters a competitive weekend at the North American box office. The Jackie Chan vehicle arrived ... Continue Reading →

Shots from Set of A Scanner Darkly

For those of you eagerly awaiting director Richard Linklater’s animated adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel, A Scanner Darkly, Some new photos from the set have emerged online ... Continue Reading →

Rings, Kong Dealmaker to Rep Delgo

Ken Kamins, who structured Peter Jackson’s deals for The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the upcoming remake of King Kong, is stepping into a whole new mythical world. Through his ... Continue Reading →

Paramount to Spin New Charlotte’s Web

First Scooby-Doo, then Garfield and now the "stupendous" pig. Daily Variety reports that Paramount Pictures will give loveable Wilbur a CG makeover for an upcoming live-action/animated ... Continue Reading →

Potter too Magical for Garfield, Riddick

The wizard’s magic proved too potent for newcomers Garfield: The Movie, The Chronicles of Riddick and The Stepford Wives. According to weekend estimates, Warner Bros.’ Harry ... Continue Reading →

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 →