Namco Sells SoulCalibur Film Rights

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Namco’s SoulCalibur may soon be coming to the big screen. American Pie franchise producer Warren Zide and his Sony-based production shingle, ... Continue Reading →

Sony, Marvel Talk Spider-Man 3

At a time when movie franchises automatically come in threes, it’s no surprise that Marvel is already baiting fans with talk of a third theatrical appearance from everybody’s ... Continue Reading →

Disney to Journey to Narnia

The studio with a Mouse in the house now has a lion and a witch in its wardrobe. Walt Disney Studios has entered into an agreement with Walden Media to co-finance and distribute the ... Continue Reading →

Oscar Winner Elliot Talks Krumpet

Back in July, we caught up with filmmaker Adam Elliot after his short film, Harvie Krumpet, won a trio of awards at the Annecy Film Festival. Now that Elliot and his pal Harvie are ... Continue Reading →

Marvel, Lions Gate Take More Comics to Film

While superhero movies may be lucrative tent poles for major studios, the indies are getting a piece of the action as well lately. Lions Gate Ent. has been granted licenses to develop, ... Continue Reading →

Triplets Wins Oscar Poll!

This year’s Animation Magazine Online Oscar Poll looked like a close race between The Triplets of Belleville and Finding Nemo, but during the final days of voting, Sylvain Chomet’s ... Continue Reading →

Eisner Gets Thumbs Down from Big Disney Shareholder

Citing the Walt Disney Co.’s dismal performance for the last five years and a lack of confidence in the long-term strategic vision of the company, the California Public Employees’ ... Continue Reading →

Kids’ WB! Puts Boom in 2004-2005 Sched.

Kids’ WB! has released its 2004-2005 schedule, which will include two new animated series and two live-action projects. In addition to the previously announced actioner The Batman, ... Continue Reading →

pasi’s Saperstein to Sing to the Dawn

Minfong Ho’s award-winning children’s book, Sing to the Dawn, is getting the CG feature-film treatment by Raintree Pictures, Silicon Illusions and Media Development Authority ... Continue Reading →

Cool Zone: Submitted for your approval: Spy Kids 3D: Game Over

We talk a lot about 2D and 3D in this industry, but the 3D commonly referred to still exists on a two-dimensional plane. What writer/director Robert Rodriguez’s latest addition ... Continue Reading →