Stars Trained on DreamWorks’ Dragon

DreamWorks Animation has signed a number of actors to lend their voices to the upcoming CG feature How to Train Your Dragon, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Gerard Butler (300), ... Continue Reading →

Framestore CFC Adds Producing Credits

Oscar-winning U.K. visual efects shop Framestore CFC is adding film producing to its resume, reports Daily Variety. The company behind the eye-popping visuals in New Line’s The ... Continue Reading →

Who’s On Top

Revisiting a classic Dr. Seuss tale paid off for 20th Century Fox Animation as its CG version of Horton Hears a Who! easily claimed the top spot at the North American box office. The ... Continue Reading →

Dark Horse, Universal Ink Movie Deal

Dark Horse Ent. has signed a three-year production and distribution agreement with Universal Pictures, establishing a studio home for the comic-book company’s various properties. ... Continue Reading →

Who-Ville Comes to Theaters

An elephant goes up against his wooly ancestors this weekend as 20th Century Fox Animation’s adaptation of the Dr. Seuss favorite Horton Hears a Who! aims to knock Warner Bros. ... Continue Reading →

Ratner to Adapt Harbinger Comic

Having tackled a Marvel staple with X-Men: The Last Stand, director Bret Ratner (Red Dragon, Rush Hour 1-3) has been tapped by Paramount Pictures to helm a big-screen adaptation of ... Continue Reading →

MGM Recharging Robocop

In a press release announcing the appointment of Mary Parent as chairperson of its worldwide motion picture group, Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM) confirmed that it has Robocop reboot ... Continue Reading →

Fincher Animated for Heavy Metal

Director David Fincher (Zodiac, Fight Club) will head up a new animated film based on the comics magazine Heavy Metal, according to Daily Variety. The Paramount Pictures release will ... Continue Reading →

Potter’s Hallows Split in Two

Warner Bros. will release Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in two installments to be directed by David Yates (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood ... Continue Reading →

Bird, Disney/Pixar Travel to 1906

First Cartoon Network started making detours into live-action, now it appears the Disney/Pixar hit machine is doing the same. According to The Hollywood Reporter, director Brad Bird ... Continue Reading →