Ron Howard is rumored to be direct a live-action movie adaptation of MAD Magazine’s Spy vs. Spy. According to Deadline.com reports that the “film will be a physical and highly visual action comedy with two spies going mano a mano in ruthless fashion.” No date has given. Other names attached to the project include David […]
The LA Times reviewed the traveling exhibit of The Art of Tim Burton that originated at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. In all 700 or so artifacts from his original sketches and movie memorabilia are on display. The LA Times wasn’t that impressed Art museums often have a tough time with […]
The Adventures of Tintin is set to hit theaters this December. The 3D motion capture movie is produced by legendary filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson. Posters (see below) have been released as well as the trailer. Tintin is based on the be French comic by Belgian artist Georges Rémi (1907–1983). It is one of […]
The second installment in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie franchise took top billing at the box office this last weekend taking in $24.4 million – beating the original Wimpy Kid movie by $2 million. Other comic/animated related films still in the top 10 include Rango (#5) and Mars Needs Moms! (#10)
The ongoing lawsuit between Warren Beatty and Tribune Co. over ownership to the rights TV and movie rights for Dick Tracy has been tilted in Beatty’s favor after a judge last week ruled that Beatty had satisfied a requirement to begin a Dick Tracy movie or TV show. From Bloomberg: The actor said he started […]
The second installment of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid will be opening in theaters today. Early reviews are mixed when looking at top critics over on RottenTomatoes.com. Michael O’Sullivan of the Washington Post wasn’t that impressed: The problem doesn’t really lie in the acting but in the writing. There’s too much effort expended on […]
Another character from the Marvel Universe is hitting the big screen.
Perry Bible Fellowship creator Nicholas Gurewitch has launched the first of a 12 part series of online western movies. First is embedded below. Black Coffee: Chapter 1 of Trails of Tarnation from New Picture Agencies on Vimeo. HT: Robot 6
Here’s a round up of some of the buzz around Marvel’s Iron Man 3 movie franchise. Some of it’s old new, some newer. Shane Black is taking the helms as writer-director for the third installment. Black wrote the first two Lethal Weapon films and The Last Boy Scout. He’s proven he can do action movies. […]
Movie is due out March 11.
There have been leaked photos of Andrew Garfield dressed up in Spider-Man attire, but today Sony has released an official photo and the title to the next Spider-Man movie due out July 2012. The title is a throwback to the original comic book title, “The Amazing Spider-Man” and the photo clearly shows that in this […]
DreamWorks Animation SKG has announced that it has secured the rights to bring Berkeley Breathed’s kid’s book, Flawed Dogs, to the big screen. Berkeley will serve as executive producer on the project, which DreamWorks Animation’s head of development Alex Schwartz and development executive Damon Ross are overseeing. Flawed Dogs tells the fabled tale of a […]
Other Red Carpet is reporting that Will Smith wants to remake the musical “Annie” and feature his 10-year-old daughter in the title role.
Muppet Central has disclosed the plot to the next Muppet movie that will be hitting theaters Thanksgiving weekend 2011. On vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world’s biggest Muppet fan, and his friends Gary (Jason Segel) and Mary (Amy Adams) from Smalltown, USA, discover the nefarious plan of oilman Tex Richman (Chris Cooper) to raze […]
For “Best Animated” film, the nominees are: Despicable Me — Universal Pictures How To Train Your Dragon — DreamWorks Animation The Illusionist — Sony Pictures Classics Tangled — Walt Disney Animation Studios Toy Story 3 — Disney/Pixar The awards ceremony is scheduled to broadcast on January 16th, 2011.