Rare Golden Age Toons to Screen in Hollywood

A special program of Golden Age Cartoons will screen at 3 p.m. June 20 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, presented by the American Cinematheque and Animation Resources. Highlights ... Continue Reading →
Robert Rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez Tapped to Direct Live-Action ‘Jonny Quest’

Warner Bros. has brought on action helmer Robert Rodriguez to co-write and direct its live-action feature adaptation of the cult hit Hanna-Barbera adventure toon Jonny Quest. Rodriguez ... Continue Reading →

WB Launches New DC, Looney Tunes, Scooby Interactive Sites

Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have launched, and as three new entertainment destinations for kids that will feature original ... Continue Reading →

Lord and Miller Develop Animated Spider-Man Feature for Sony

The LEGO Movie directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have signed on to develop an animated Spider-Man movie for Sony with an eye to directing the feature. The project already has ... Continue Reading →

WB Sets Cast, Crew, Dates for ‘Storks’

Andy Samberg and Kelsey Grammer will add their voices to Warner Bros.’ animated feature Storks, which is due in theaters Sept. 23, 2016. The studio also revised release dates ... Continue Reading →

‘Justice League: Gods & Monsters’ Coming July 28

Justice League: Gods & Monsters, the all-new animated DC Universe Original Movie conceived by legendary producer/animator Bruce Timm, will get its release from Warner Bros. on July ... Continue Reading →
Stan Freberg

Recording Legend Stan Freberg Dies at 88

Acclaimed satirist, radio and recording artist and animation voice actor Stan Freberg died April 7. He was 88. Freberg’s death was reported by his estranged son, Donavan Freberg, ... Continue Reading →

‘What’s Opera, Doc?’ Cels Headline Animation Auction

Two animation cels from the iconic 1957 Warner Bros. short “What’s Opera, Doc?” will be among the rare animation items to be auctioned next month at Heritage Auctions’ ... Continue Reading →

‘The Hobbit’ Trilogy Completes its Journey Home

The final battle is coming home at last to complete the collection of J.R.R. Tolkein fans everywhere with the release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (Warner Bros., $44.95, ... Continue Reading →

Add ‘Neverbeast,’ ‘Mockingjay’ to Your Disc Menagerie

It’s a big day for heroines, with the most-recent adventures for Tinker Bell and Katniss Everdeen arriving on home video. Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast (Disney, ... Continue Reading →