Fox Gets Strange for Emily

Emily the Strange, a subversive, 13-year-old goth girl who popped up in 1993 on promotional stickers, clothing and skateboards, is making her way to the big screen, according to Daily ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg Declares War

Like the towering extraterrestrial machines that ravish planet Earth in H.G. Wells’ 1898 sci-fi masterpiece, The War of the Worlds, director Steven Spielberg’s big-screen ... Continue Reading →

Chicken Little to Christen Disney Digital 3D

In addition to being Disney’s first in-house CG theatrical release, the upcoming Chicken Little will mark the first deployment of Disney Digital 3D, a new, state-of-the-art technology ... Continue Reading →

Batman Still Flying High

Witches, zombies and a big bug couldn’t bring down the Bat over the weekend as moviegoers continued to flock to Warner Bros.’ Batman Begins. The franchise reviver brought ... Continue Reading →

Trouble Brewing for The Bat?

With witches, bats and zombies battling it out at the box office, it would seem as though Halloween has come a bit early this year. The competition gets spooky this weekend as Warner ... Continue Reading →

Disney Eyes 2008 for Toy Story 3

Whether or not Disney is able to strike a new deal with animation powerhouse Pixar, the Mouse House is moving ahead with plans to produce a third installment of the blockbuster Toy ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy Feature Set for September

As Seth MacFarlane’s animated series, Family Guy, pulls in solid ratings with its second go-round on FOX, the direct-to-video feature outing for Peter Griffin and his clan will ... Continue Reading →

McGee’s Alice Gets Director, Star

Daily Variety reports that Marcus Nispel, director of the recent Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake, has signed on to helm the feature film based on American McGee’s Alice, a video ... Continue Reading →

POW! Batman Batters Competition

Director Christopher Nolan and star Christian Bale managed to breathe new life into an exhausted franchise, taking Warner Bros.’ Batman Begins to the top of the box office charts ... Continue Reading →

Batman Broods, Castle Opens Wider This Weekend

When Brunei, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Luxembourg are among your opening week territories you know it’s a wide release. In fact, the opening of Batman Begins is the widest release ... Continue Reading →