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 →

Dragons Burn Up Korean Box Office

CG-animated dragons attack Los Angeles in D-War, a new Korean monster movie breaking local box office records. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the pic scored the country’s ... Continue Reading →

Afro Samurai on the Big Sceen in L.A.

Anime afficienados who live in the Los Angeles area will have an opportunity to catch the Spike TV original series Afro Samurai in an actual theater next weekend. All five chapters ... Continue Reading →

Fourth Shrek Set for 2010

DreamWorks Animation and Paramount Pictures have already staked out a release date for the next installment in the hugely successful Shrek series. Currently in development under the ... Continue Reading →

Horton Trailer Heard and Seen

Twentieth Century Fox Animation’s feature adaptation of the 1954 Dr. Seuss book Horton Hears a Who is set for release on March 14, 2007 and the first trailer has already made ... Continue Reading →

Marvel is a Glutton for Punisher

After two false starts, Marvel is attempting to once again to erect a big-screen tent pole for its comic-book property The Punisher. Daily Variety reports today that Ray Stevenson from ... Continue Reading →

Happy Feet Director Joins Justice League?

George Miller, director of Warner Bros.’ Oscar-winning animated feature Happy Feet, is rumored to be attached to direct the studio’s upcoming DC Comics superhero mash-up ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Ani Rides High on Shrek

The record-breaking box office performance of Shrek the Third made for a good second quarter for DreamWorks Animation SKG. The studio yesterday reported total revenue of $222.5 million ... Continue Reading →

In the Small Gets Big-Screen Treatment

The film rights to Michael Hague’s graphic novel In the Small have been snapped up by Warner Bros. and Akiva Goldsman’s Weed Road Pictures. According to Daily Variety, Hague’s ... Continue Reading →