Ratatouille Devours French Bread

The Disney/Pixar feature Ratatouille bowed in France over the weekend and scored the biggest opening of any animated feature ever released in the country. According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Jonny On Big-Screen Quest

With Speed Racer set to make a pit stop multiplexes next year, it was a foregone conclusion that Jonny Quest was soon to follow. Today the trades are reporting that Warner Bros. has ... Continue Reading →

Gugino Joins Watchmen Cast

Carla Gugino (Sin City, the Spy Kids trilogy) has joined the cast of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Watchmen, the long awaited adaptation of DC Comics’ Hugo Award-winning graphic ... Continue Reading →

Avary to Write, Direct Wolfenstein

Screenwriter Roger Avary, who earned an Oscar for writing Pulp Fiction with Quentin Tarantino, has been tapped to write and direct a feature film based on id Software’s classic ... Continue Reading →

Thomas & Friends on the Big Screen

HIT Ent.’s popular preschool series Thomas & Friends will pull into movie theaters nationwide next month for a special screening event that will feature five never-before-seen ... Continue Reading →

Xmas in August for Sony’s ChubbChubbs

The aliens are back! The fuzzy, unpredictable CG-animated characters of Eric Armstrong’s Oscar-winning 2003 short are back for a new holiday romp titled The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas. ... Continue Reading →

Underdog Pants, Simpsons Top Dog Overseas

The Simpsons Movie from 20th Century Fox may have been drop-kicked out of the top spot at the North American box office by Universal’s spy thriller The Bourne Ultimatum, but the ... Continue Reading →

Beowulf to Get Wider 3D Release

In addition to its previously announced IMAX 3D release, Paramount Pictures’ Beowulf will be made available in select theaters equipped with Dolby 3D Digital Cinema technology, ... Continue Reading →

Snowyville’s a Go at Dream Balloon

Dream Balloon Ent. co-founder Michael Attardi, creator and director of the award-winning, CG-animated short film Once Upon A Christmas Village, tells us he is pushing forward with Snowyville, ... Continue Reading →

Underdog Takes on Bourne

Comical canine superhero Underdog has defeated some tough rivals in his cartoon capers, but can a live-action feature film based on the property handle super spy Jason Bourne? That’s ... Continue Reading →