LARS AND THE REAL GIRL helmer Craig Gillespie will take his place in the director's chair of DreamWorks' remake of FRIGHT NIGHT, reports VARIETY.
Deadline.com reports that four actors have been cast in Martin Scorsese's adaptation of THE INVENTION OF HUGO CABRET.
EW.com reports that Summit Ent. is talking with three unusual contenders for the directing chair of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN.
To commemorate what would have been the 50th birthday of legendary Disney and Pixar story guru Joe Ranft this past March 13th, Disney’s John Musker posted a video tribute he created originally for Ranft’s September 17, 2005 memorial celebration.
Now with the crazy award season over, AWN offers readers a chance to catch up with all the adventures of the animation nominees. Watch interviews with the nominees and a who's who of the animation community as part of AWN's Oscar Showcase videoblog! New episodes will be posting weekly. Check them out on AWNtv.
What will be Steven Spielberg's next film has become a popular guessing game in Hollywood these days. Now Deadline.com adds a new title to the mix. They claim that Spielberg is circling ROBOPOCALYPSE, which is being written by CLOVERFIELD scribe Drew Goddard based on Daniel H Wilson's book.
ZODIAC director David Fincher is still pushing a 3D animated version of HEAVY METAL with all-star directors attached, reports Deadline.com.
Deadline.com reports that Rupert Wyatt (upcoming THE ESCAPIST) is in talks to direct Fox's CAESAR: RISE OF THE APES, a prequel to PLANET OF THE APES.
ComingSoon.net reports that Hugo Weaving, best known as Agent Smith from THE MATRIX series, is in negotiations to play Red Skull in Marvel's THE FIRST AVENGER: CAPTAIN AMERICA.
HEAT VISION BLOG has confirmed that Marvel Studios is now looking at four actors who are reading for the lead role in THE FIRST AVENGER: CAPTAIN AMERICA.
Christopher Nolan sat down with THE LOS ANGELES TIMES and talked about his plans for the SUPERMAN reboot and BATMAN.
VARIETY has confirmed that GUY RITCHIE has inked a deal to direct a KING ARTHUR project at Warner Bros. Pictures.
SHOCKTILLYOUDROP.COM visited the set of SKYLINE, the upcoming sci-fi thriller starring Eric Balfour, Donald Faison, Scottie Thompson and Brittany Daniel.
The 53rd San Francisco International Film Festival is proud to present its "Persistence of Vision" Lifetime Achievement Award to Academy Award–nominee Don Hertzfeldt for his unique contributions to film and animation.
Director Norton Virgien (RUGRATS GO WILD) tells us about making CURIOUS GEORGE 2: FOLLOW THAT MONKEY, the new made for DVD animated feature from Universal Studios Home Ent. Universal Animation Studios did the animation and the production company was Imagine Ent.
Bill Desowitz: So what was your experience like with Curious George?
Visual effects company Method Studios announced today that it has brought VFX veteran Patrick Davenport on board as Vice President of Operations at its Santa Monica location, where he will be responsible for overseeing Method’s facilities in both Los Angeles and New York.
Amanda Seyfried told press on the Oscars' red carpet last night that she will be starring in THE GIRL WITH THE RED RIDING HOOD, according to COMINGSOON.NET.
A remake of FRIDAY NIGHT at DreamWorks Pictures could fall under the helm of Craig Gillespie, according to THE LOS ANGELES TIMES.
"We're almost there." I don't remember which nominee said it, but it was very fitting, given that Walt Disney Animation Studios was the last stop yesterday on the L.A. leg. Of course, "Almost There," from The Princess and the Frog, summarizes the hopes and dreams of all the nominees. So, it was also very fitting that Princess and the Frog directors Ron Clements and John Musker were on hand to view the shorts and meet with the nominees.
FOX has renewed FRINGE, the critically acclaimed thrilling drama, for a third season, it was announced today by Kevin Reilly, President, Entertainment for Fox Broadcasting Company.
MPC has hired industry veteran Julian Levi as Executive Producer to represent MPC Film. His focus will be business development for the visual effects company.
At The Eighth Annual VES Awards Show Dr. Ed Catmull was rightly presented with the George Melies Award for Pioneering. His contributions to computer motion graphics and the entertainment industry as we know it today are myriad and foundational. Dr.Catmull gave a thoughtful, moving and understated speech while accepting the award. At the end of his speech he softly expressed that the best part of the journey had been the people that he had gotten to know. This brought to my mind two very special people that have since moved on.