Just in time for the Memorial weekend, fanboy favorite Bryan Singer announced...
As I sat in my seat at the Newark Museum auditorium, I realized that I was spending an afternoon ogling lost Ferdinand Horvath sketches from the ’30s and also singing along with a TV show theme song from the ’80s. This, in essence, is what the D23 Fanniversary is all [...]
Husband-and-wife indie animators John and Faith Hubley will be the subject of a special tribute on Friday, September 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills. Hosted by Oscar-winning animator and historian John Canemaker, this special tribute will offer an in-depth look [...]
The Animation Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers announced that they have reached a deal on a new collective bargaining agreement. The tentative pact, which came after Local 839 IATSE reps started talks again with AMPTP earlier this week, will run from August 1, 2012 to [...]
This beauty has bite: Snow White & the Huntsman exceeded expectations by earning $56 million to land atop the box office in its opening weekend. Universal’s VFX-heavy reimagined fairy tale stars Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth also opened to a $39 million international take for a $95 million [...]
It’s time to get Smurfy, as the little blue forest-dwellers take on the combo of Cowboys & Aliens at the box office. Sony/Columbia’s stereoscopic 3D hybrid take on the classic comic-strip characters and Saturday-morning cartoon stars arrives in theaters this week. The Smurfs is set to open in almost 3,400 [...]
Can a one-two comedy punch topple the mighty Transformers where other films have failed? That’s the test of this weekend’s box office, as Michael Bay’s visual-effects extravaganza tests its legs after a huge six-day holiday opening. Based on the Hasbro toy line and 1980s animated TV series, Transformers: Dark of [...]