Roy vs. Eisner: Secrets of Destino Revealed!

Roy E. Disney kept information about the making of the Oscar-nominated short Destino from Disney chairman Michael Eisner, a juicy story in today’s Los Angeles Times reveals. The ... Continue Reading →

Disney Goes Gonzo for Muppets

Move over Mouse. A frog and a few of his friends are moving in. The Walt Disney Co. has acquired the Muppets and Bear in the Big Blue House properties from The Jim Henson Co. for an ... Continue Reading →

Kevin Smith to Helm Hornet

Filmmaker Kevin Smith (Clerks, Chasing Amy) is putting staple characters Jay and Silent Bob to the side to focus on a completely different dynamic duo. The self-professed comic fan-boy ... Continue Reading →

Disney Board: No Thanks, Comcast

Mickey Mouse’s ears may resemble satellite dishes, but it looks like his home isn’t going to be sold to the nation’s largest cable company. Walt Disney Co.’s ... Continue Reading →

Big-Screen Bart? Moviestar Marge?

Yes, oh yes! Whooooo Hoooooo! For years fans of Fox’s animated series The Simpsons have been wondering if and when Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie would make their feature ... Continue Reading →

Fox to Fashion BRATZ Feature

MGA Ent.’s BRATZ recently burst onto the fashion doll scene to give Barbie a run for her money. Now it looks like the "girls with a passion for fashion" will be strutting ... Continue Reading →

Comcast Proposes Disney Merger

Disney and Pixar may be parting ways, but will the Mouse House be forming an alliance to become part of a whole new company? Comcast Corp. hopes so. The broadband cable network giant ... Continue Reading →

H2V’s Manga Latina Takes on Monsters, Aliens

In October, we brought word that Montréal-based toon producer H2V Ent. was gearing up to burst onto the scene with three feature films–Monica Made in America, Piñatas ... Continue Reading →

Lost Skeleton Found in Theaters

Opening in limited release today is The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, TriStar Pictures’ comic send up of classic B-movies by the likes of Roger Corman and Ed Wood. The feature is ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Profits Up, Jobs Down on Eisner

During a conference call Wednesday evening, Pixar CEO Steve Jobs reported that Pixar has had its most profitable quarter and full year in the company’s history. He also took the ... Continue Reading →