Disney in Lion Suit

Ten years after the release of the animated hit The Lion King, Disney is being sued for the film’s use of the song "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." According to Daily Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Lucas to Make Toons in Singapore

Having launched Lucasfilm Animation in California, George Lucas is expanding his digital animation operations to a country far, far away. Lucasfilm Ltd. today announced that it has ... Continue Reading →

Mad Monster Party to Get Live-action Redux

Daily Variety reports that Warner Bros. has optioned rights to the 1967 Rankin & Bass Halloween special, Mad Monster Party, from Canal Plus and is set to produce a live-action version ... Continue Reading →

Village Goes to Town, Thunderbirds M.I.A.

M. Night Shyamalan’s supernatural thriller, The Village, proved critic-proof over the weekend as moviegoers flocked to the fright flick despite mixed reviews. The latest effort ... Continue Reading →

Thunderbirds Go Against Village

While there’s little doubt which film is going to win the box office this weekend, there’s a lot to choose from, including Universal Picture’s effects-driven Thunderbirds ... Continue Reading →

Bourne, Robot Declaw Catwoman

Universal’s cloak-and-dagger thriller, The Bourne Supremacy, proved supreme indeed over the weekend, raking in an estimated $53.5 million at the box office to knock 20th Century ... Continue Reading →

Star Wars–Episode III Gets Title

As Jedi and Storm Troopers patrolled the crowded aisles of the San Diego Convention Center in homemade uniforms, attendees packed into a crowded room to witness exclusive behind-the ... Continue Reading →

Catwoman and Bourne Ready to Prowl

The latest entry in the superhero sub-genre prowls into theaters today as Warner Bros. releases Catwoman nationwide. The film may attract diehard comic book fans and anyone interested ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks, Paramount to Reassemble Transformers

It looks like another hot toy line will be making the leap to the big screen in the near future. According to The Hollywood Reporter, DreamWorks and Paramount have acquired the rights ... Continue Reading →

Death Becomes Gaiman

As Comic-Con kicks into high gear today, another graphic novel master is getting ready to go behind the cameras for a movie project. Variety reports that Neil Gaiman, the creator of ... Continue Reading →