Looney Tunes: Back in Theaters

Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Wile E. Coyote and the rest of the gang make their highly anticipated return to the big screen as Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes: Back in Action debuts across ... Continue Reading →

Big-Screen BIONICLE Gets Comic Book Scribe

Brett Matthews, who has written Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Wars and Spider-Man comics, has been brought on to script the third BIONICLE feature for Miramax Films and LEGGO’s ... Continue Reading →

Toon Series Addresses Arab/American Rift

Where politicians have failed in bridging the cultural and social rift that exists between the Arab world and the West, perhaps cartoons can succeed. At least that’s the dream ... Continue Reading →

Big Weekend for Matrix, Elf

Warner Bros.’ EFX extravaganza The Matrix: Revolutions used some centrifugal force to pull in an estimated $50 million dollars at the North American box office over the weekend. ... Continue Reading →

Elf Brings Touch of Rankin & Bass

New Line’s Will Ferrell comedy vehicle Elf arrives in theaters across North America today, bringing not only an early shot of holiday spirit but also an homage to classic holiday ... Continue Reading →

Lumina Realizes Spanish Dream

Daily Variety reports that the new Spanish international sales company Lumina Films has picked up the 3D animated feature Midsummer Dream for overseas sales. The Spanish film is coproduced ... Continue Reading →

Revolutions Has Third-Highest Wednesday Bow

According to boxofficemojo.com, Warner Bros.’ trilogy-ender The Matrix: Revolutions debuted behind Star Wars: Episode I–The Phantom Menace and The Lord of the Rings: The ... Continue Reading →

Matrix Revolves on Big, Bigger Screen

Guns blazing, the third installment in the Wachowski Bros.’ blockbuster sci-fi series bursts into theaters worldwide today as Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures and producer ... Continue Reading →

Bear Market for Disney

Disney’s latest animated venture, Brother Bear, opened in wide release over the weekend to the tune of an estimated $18.5 million, making it the second best Halloween opener behind ... Continue Reading →

Mexican Ani Feature Casts Spell over Fox

Twentieth Century Fox Films has picked up Latin American rights to Magos y Gigantes (Wizards and Giants), the first feature-length animated film made in Mexico in over a decade, according ... Continue Reading →