Trek Warps to Box Office Win

Star Trek hit warp speed at the box office this weekend, with the VFX-heavy reboot of the classic science fiction franchise taking in an estimated $76 million since opening Thursday ... Continue Reading →

Pixar Plans Vancouver Studio

Disney/Pixar has announced plans to open in Vancouver, Canada, a new animation studio that will focus on short-form and specialized projects. “The operation will be small in size ... Continue Reading →

Full Trailer for Princess and the Frog Debuts

The full trailer for The Princess and the Frog, the upcoming 2D animated feature from Walt Disney Animation Studios, has arrived! The trailer, which will be attached to the upcoming ... Continue Reading →

MGM Brings Bunyan and Babe to U.S.

MGM has signed on to release in the United States Exodus Film Group’s animated feature film Bunyan and Babe, reports Variety. The feature stars the voices of John Goodman and ... Continue Reading →

Disney’s All Aboard Christmas Carol Train

Disney announced today that the studio is going full steam ahead with a special 40-city train tour to promote Robert Zemeckis’s upcoming holiday feature A Christmas Carol. This ... Continue Reading →

Soderbergh Animates Key Cast Member

Steven Soderbergh’s is planning to animate the star character in his upcoming live-action movie Moneyball. The film, based on Michael Lewis’ book about how Oakland A’s ... Continue Reading →

Star Trek Warps Into B.O. Orbit

The first real faceoff of the summer movie season is set for this weekend as Star Trek looks to steal the thunder of last weekend’s big opener X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Star Trek, ... Continue Reading →

Marvel Orders up Deadpool, More Wolverine

With X-Men Origins: Wolverine having shredded box office expectations last week with a hefty $85 million haul, Fox is proceeding with development on a spinoff Deadpool movie and a Wolverine ... Continue Reading →

Korea Launches New Content Agency

The Korea Content Agency, a government-funded organization, is set to launch this week with a $144 million annual budget for making video games, cartoons, TV shows and online content. Named ... Continue Reading →

Q1 Hard on Disney; Steady for Marvel

The first quarter was rough on Disney, while Marvel held steady. The Walt Disney Co. reported a 46 percent drop in profits, down to $613 million, over the same time last year. Revenues ... Continue Reading →