Matrix Revolves on Big, Bigger Screen

Guns blazing, the third installment in the Wachowski Bros.’ blockbuster sci-fi series bursts into theaters worldwide today as Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures and producer ... Continue Reading →

Bear Market for Disney

Disney’s latest animated venture, Brother Bear, opened in wide release over the weekend to the tune of an estimated $18.5 million, making it the second best Halloween opener behind ... Continue Reading →

Mexican Ani Feature Casts Spell over Fox

Twentieth Century Fox Films has picked up Latin American rights to Magos y Gigantes (Wizards and Giants), the first feature-length animated film made in Mexico in over a decade, according ... Continue Reading →

Brother Bear Pounces Wide

Disney’s animated adventure/comedy Brother Bear opens wide across North America tomorrow, taking advantage of a gap in new family fare and challenging the box office reign of ... Continue Reading →

Millennium Actress Gets Second Act

If you didn’t get a chance to catch Satoshi Kon’s anime masterpiece at one of the few theaters it played in, you can now pick it up on DVD. Released by DreamWorks in North ... Continue Reading →

Brother Bear Off to Good Start

If this weekend’s box office numbers are any indication of things to come, Disney just may have a big hit on its hands with its latest animated talking animal movie. Brother Bear ... Continue Reading →

Bonham-Carter, Fiennes Join Wallace and Gromit

Oscar-nominees Helena Bonham-Carter and Ralph Fiennes have signed on to the voice cast of DreamWorks’ and Aardman’s upcoming feature Wallace and Gromit: Curse Of The Wererabbit, ... Continue Reading →

Brother Bear Begins Box Office Trek

Disney’s latest animated adventure comedy begins its theatrical run today in New York and Los Angeles. In an odd move by the studio, Brother Bear will roll out in wide release ... Continue Reading →

Marvel’s Latest is a Man-Thing

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Artisan Ent.’s feature film adaptation of Marvel’s Man-Thing comic book character has been fast-tracked. The co-production between Marvel ... Continue Reading →

MPAA, Academy Reach Screener Compromise

After piracy issues led the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) to put a ban on the distribution of screener copies for Academy voters, the stand-off between the organization ... Continue Reading →