Annie Awards Submissions Due Friday

ASIFA-Hollywood, the International Animated Film Society, issued a final reminder that entries for the 32nd Annual Annie Awards are due by Friday, Oct. 1. The event will honor the year’s ... Continue Reading →

Forgotten Jogs Slow Box Office

Sony Revolution Pictures’ supernatural thriller, The Forgotten, took the lion’s share of a slow box office weekend, pulling in an estimated $22 million. Featuring visual ... Continue Reading →

Polar Express Trailer On Screen, Online

Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that the official trailer for its upcoming CG-animated feature, The Polar Express, arrives in theaters today. In addition, the film’s official ... Continue Reading →

Terminator to Rise Again

According to Daily Variety, a fourth installment in the Terminator film saga will begin production in 2005. A script has been drafted by Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines writers John ... Continue Reading →

Paramount Commands Midway’s Fear & Respect

Paramount Pictures is set to acquire film rights to Midway Games’ Fear & Respect, an upcoming video game set in the intense urban environment of South Central Los Angeles. The ... Continue Reading →

Vinton Studios Grabs Gaiman’s Coraline

According to Daily Variety, animation house Vinton Studios has bought film rights to Neil Gaiman’s children’s book, Coraline, which Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry ... Continue Reading →

FX Wiz Rygiel to Helm Bunyan Tale

After heading up visual effects efforts for New Line Cinema’s blockbuster Lord of the Rings trilogy, three-time Oscar winner Jim Rygiel has signed on to make his directorial debut ... Continue Reading →

Rhino Horns in on Toon Territory

Get ready for a new breed of political, animated features as Rhino Films, Mother Jones magazine and Alligator Planet team up to create Rhino Animation Features. According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Modest Victory for Sky Captain

While $16.2 million marks a disappointing opening for a $70 million effects extravaganza with A-list stars, it was enough to put Paramount Pictures’ Sky Captain and the World ... Continue Reading →

Sky Captain Reports for Duty

Pulp fiction, 1930s serials and modern 3D animation come together to create one of the summer’s most original entries, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. The sci-fi action-adventure ... Continue Reading →