Plympton’s Hair High Screens in NYC

Hair High, the latest animated feature from indie legend Bill Plympton, will play at the Two Boots Pioneer theater in New York as part of the venue’s ‘Month of Horror’ ... Continue Reading →

SupperTime, Telescreen Engineer Alien Clones

The Simon & Schuster children’s book series, Alien Clones from Outer Space, is set to become an animated series through a co-production deal between SupperTime Ent. and Telescreen ... Continue Reading →

Monster House to Open Again

Those who missed Sony Pictures’ Monster House in 3D the first go-round will have another chance when the studio re-releases the animated feature on 100 screens on October 6. If ... Continue Reading →

Full Metal Alchemist Movie in Theaters

Though the Hollywood studios are taking a short breather before unleashing their next raft of family-oriented CG feature films, there’s still big-screen animation to be sought ... Continue Reading →

Liberty Closes First Stage of IDT Buy

Liberty Media Corp. has officially taken control of all of the U.S. and certain international operations of IDT Corp.’s entertainment division during the initial stage of its ... Continue Reading →

Connery Toon Looks to Feature

Back in December of last year, we reported that screen legend Sir Sean Connery had teamed with Glasgow Animation to form Billi Prods. and produce a CG-animated short titled Sir Billi. ... Continue Reading →

Fox Falls for Joyce’s Leaf Men

Having tapped children’s author William Joyce to help design and produce its last feature, Robots, 20th Century Fox Animation will again collaborate with the Rolie Polie Olie ... Continue Reading →

Rogue Enlists Lost Squad Comic

Rogue Pictures, the studio that released Shawn of the Dead and Seed of Chucky, has picked up rights to the Devil’s Due comic book series Lost Squad, according to The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Nick, MTV Become Paramount Labels

For the past 12 years, Nickelodeon Movies and MTV Films have served as production entities on the Paramount lot, producing such hit films as The Rugrats Movie, The SpongeBob SquarePants ... Continue Reading →

Stone and Parker Take on Kaiju

Having spoofed Gerry Anderson’s ‘Supermarionation’ with Team America: World Police, South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker reportedly plan to venture into ... Continue Reading →