The European 3-D children’s feature “Ooops! Noah is Gone” has finalized its distribution plans and is set to debut globally in 2015.
Andrew Adamson, who co-directed the first two “Shrek” films before moving into live-action to helm the first two movies in the “Chronicles of Narnia” franchise, will next direct “Inherit the Earth.”
“Mexico is way more complicated than anybody thinks.” Jorge Gutierrez talks like a man on a mission. For the past decade-and-a-half, he has sought to bring a more authentic portrayal of Mexico and its people to Hollywood.
Fox has released a second teaser for Blue Sky’s “The Peanuts Movie.”
After months of speculation, Scarlett Johansson has been confirmed as the star of DreamWorks’s live-action adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s manga “Ghost in the Shell.”
Spanish feature animation is having its moment. Late in 2014, Ilion studio’s “Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo” opened head-to-head in Spain against DreamWorks’s “Penguins of Madagascar,” and ended up grossing more than its big-budget American competitor.
Laika’s next film, “Kubo and the Two Strings,” will mark the directorial debut of animator Travis Knight.
Last night marked the U.S. theatrical debut of Tomm Moore’s “Song of the Sea.”
The first creative casualty resulting from the Sony hack (“The Interview” notwithstanding) is a project that’s not even being produced by Sony; it’s the New Regency film adaptation of Guy Delisle’s graphic novel “Pyongyang.”
This quintet of posters came out today for “Pixels,” the big-budget Hollywood feature based on a two-and-a-half-minute French animated short.