Lionsgate, Crest Get Stars for Alpha

Lionsgate and India’s Crest Animation Prods. have teamed to co-produce and co-finance a CG-animated family feature titled Alpha and Omega, and have already secured Hollywood star ... Continue Reading →

Stan Lee, Disney Ink Pic Deal

Famed comic book creator Stan Lee will develop three heroic franchises for Disney through his POW! Ent., according to The Hollywood Reporter. Lee conceived the stories and will exec ... Continue Reading →

Seigel Family Wins Superman Suit

The heirs of Superman co-creator Jerome Siegel took Warner Bros. to court and were granted partial rights to the iconic comic-book, television, movie and merchandising franchise, according ... Continue Reading →

Foree Joins El Superbeasto Cast

Actor Ken Foree, well-known by horror fans for his roles in George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead and Rob Zombie’s Halloween, has been added to the voice cast of Zombie’s ... Continue Reading →

Disney, Zemeckis Calling All Robots

Walt Disney Picutres and filmmaker Robert Zemeckis’ ImageMovers are joining forces to produce a performance-capture feature titled Calling All Robots, according to Daily Variety. ... Continue Reading →

Maguire Feels Afterburn

Having previously added a live-action adaptation of the anime classic Robotech to his producing slate, actor Tobey Maguire has mounted an adaptation of Red 5 Comics’ upcoming ... Continue Reading →

Jackman Goes Nowhere with Virgin Comics

As he steps into the role of one of Marvel Comics’ most famous superheroes once again for the upcoming Woverine: X-Men Origins, actor Hugh Jackman has joined forces with screenwriter ... Continue Reading →

Horton Still No. 1

Earning a solid $25 million over the Easter weekend, 20th Century Fox Animation’s CG adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! is still the No. 1 movie in North America. ... Continue Reading →

Tintin Gets Its Young Star?

Have Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson found their Tintin? According to U.K. website Daily Mail, 17-year-old actor Thomas Sangster (Nanny McPhee, Love, Actually) appears to be the ... Continue Reading →

English-Language Persepolis in April

Those who weren’t able to catch the Oscar-nominated Persepolis in limited release over the winter will get another chance when Sony Pictures Classics releases the English-language ... Continue Reading →