Home on the Range Rides into Theaters

Cows turn bounty hunters to save the farm and bring down a nefarious criminal in Disney’s latest animated comedy to hit the big screen. Home on the Range opens today, going hoof ... Continue Reading →

Anime Tamala 2010 Begins Theatrical Odyssey

Opening in very limited theatrical release today is the new anime feature Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space. Described as a dark allegory, the adult-oriented film is presented in black ... Continue Reading →

Jessica Simpson, President Bush and Condoleezza Rice Star in New CG Feature

DreamWorks Animation announced today that it has signed pop star Jessica Simpson, President George W. Bush and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice for a new 3D animated feature, ... Continue Reading →

Dick Novel to Get Rotoscoped

Daily Variety reports that Section 8, the production shingle for George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh, will produce an animated adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel A Scanner Darkly. ... Continue Reading →

Winnie the Pooh Case Tossed

The 13-year legal battle over Winnie the Pooh royalty payments is over. The Associated Press reports that a judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed against the Walt Disney Co. by Pooh ... Continue Reading →

Scoob Proves Top Dog

Call the case of the zombie flesh-eaters closed. Those meddling kids and their computer-animated canine pal managed to foil the brief box office reign of Universal’s Dawn of the ... Continue Reading →

Another Monster Opening for Scooby?

Warner Bros.’ live action/CG feature Scooby-Doo debuted in June of 2002 with a whopping $54 million opening weekend take and went on to make more than $153 million at the North ... Continue Reading →

Dimension to Deliver New Chomet Toon

Is quirky French director Sylvain Chomet ready for life with the Weinstein brothers? It was announced today that The Triplets of Belleville director will direct a new animated feature ... Continue Reading →

More Toon Pics Are Drawn to Nick Movies

A new sci-fi live-action feature starring Will Smith will serve as a launching pad for an animated series on Spike TV, according to a story in Variety today. The film, titled The Mark, ... Continue Reading →

Pension Funds Demand Face Time with Disney’s Directors

Variety reports that six of the largest U.S. state pension funds –including the California Public Employees’ Retirement System CalPERS and the New York State Common Retirement ... Continue Reading →