Warner Bros. Gets Fuji TV’s Brave Story

According to Daily Variety, Warner Bros. has snatched up theatrical distribution rights in Japan for Brave Story, the first animated feature from Fuji TV. Warner Bros. also has an option ... Continue Reading →

Houston Gets U.S. Premiere of A Tree of Palme

ADV Films today announced that the U.S. theatrical debut of the anime feature, A Tree of Palme, will take place at Houston’s Rice Cinema on Jan. 14. The sci-fi/fantasy retelling ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles Snags PGA Nom

In a surprise move, the Producers Guild of America has nominated the Disney/Pixar CG hit, The Incredibles, as one of the top five films of 2004. The film is the only animated entry ... Continue Reading →

UCLA Screens In the Realms of the Unreal

Documentary and fantasy intermingle with a combination of animation and live action in the innovative film, In the Realms of the Unreal, by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jessica Yu ... Continue Reading →

Fockers Flattens Fat Albert

Holiday moviegoers chose to Meet the Fockers rather than revisit a cartoon favorite from the ’70s and ’80s. Fat Albert, 20th Century Fox’s live-action, big-screen ... Continue Reading →

Flight Plan Set for Disney’s Valiant

As the major studios reroute their animated feature release dates like air traffic controllers, Disney has locked April 15, 2005 for the theatrical debut of Valiant, a CG pigeon feature ... Continue Reading →

Lemony Tops Sour Box Office

While Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events may not rival Harry Potter in terms of widespread popularity and box office draw, the kid lit adaptation from Paramount Pictures ... Continue Reading →

Snicket’s Out to Sell Tickets

The story of a wicked count scheming to kill three wealthy orphans and steal their fortune may not sound like a holiday family film, but Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies are ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Hot for Flash

The latest comic book superhero to get a lucrative film deal is DC Comics’ The Flash. According to Daily Variety, Warner Bros. has tapped Blade: Trinity director David S. Goyer ... Continue Reading →

Platinum Sends Dylan Dog to The Shop

Comic book property owner Platinum Studios and talent management firm Relativity Management have chosen The Shop Animation Studios of Vancouver to develop and co-produce a computer-animated ... Continue Reading →