Chuck Jones Exhibit Opens July 19 in NYC

We wrote previously about a new traveling exhibition of the art of animation great Chuck Jones, which is slated for a four year, 13-city tour of the nation through 2019. But we wanted ... Continue Reading →

HIT Appoints Christopher Keenan Global Head of Content & Production

Leading preschool entertainment company and Mattel subsidiary HIT Entertainment has announced the appointment of Christopher Keenan as new VP, Creative & Executive Producer. Based ... Continue Reading →
Guillermo del Toro

Del Toro Sets ‘Pacific Rim’ Sequel, Toon Series

Get ready for monsters vs. robots, round two! Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has announced that last summer’s visual-effects blockbuster Pacific Rim is getting both a sequel and ... Continue Reading →

Video Releases Complete Trip to ‘The Boondocks’

It’s taken a while, but fans of The Boondocks can finally complete their collections. The Adult Swim series, based on the comic strip created by Aaron McGruder, arrives with two ... Continue Reading →

Releases Revisit 1960s DC Heroes, ‘Jetsons’

They’re pitted against each other in the upcoming live-action movie Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader have a long history of being ... Continue Reading →

Sony Imageworks Moving to Vancouver

Sony has revealed plans to move the headquarters for its Sony Pictures Imageworks visual-effects division from Culver City to Vancouver, Canada. The company plans to move into a new ... Continue Reading →

Bats & Supe Pic Gets Official Title

Warner Bros. has unmasked the official title for the highly anticipated live-action Batman-Superman film as Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice (May 6, 2016). Principal photography ... Continue Reading →

LEGO ‘Ninjago’ Movie Coming in 2016

‘Tis the season for major animated motion-picture date disclosures! Warner Bros. has announced the release date for its spin-off from The LEGO Movie ($460.8 million worldwide) ... Continue Reading →

‘Godzilla’ Goes Big for $93M Opening

It was a huge weekend for Godzilla, as the most-recent re-imagining of the classic Japanese monster franchise scored the year’s biggest debut to date with a whopping $93 million ... Continue Reading →
Patrick Tatopoulos

Everything Old is New Again, Part 2: ‘Godzilla’

In a summer filled with old, familiar characters getting high-tech, big-budget, cinematic reboots, the venerable Godzilla looks to stand fire-breathing-head-and-shoulders above just ... Continue Reading →