Month: August 2010 – page 2

Constantin developing 3D animated Tarzan

Germany’s Constantin Film is developing a 3D animated feature based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan, reports Variety. The English language feature will be produced inhouse by Reinhard Klooss and Robert Kulzer, who is also a producer on upcoming 3D projects Resident Evil: Afterlife and The Three Musketeers. Disney’s animated adaptation of Tarzan grossed $448 million […]

New Goon and Yogi Bear posters

The Internet Movie Poster Awards has recently posted a first poster for The Goon, which is currently looking for a producer. The site also has three new character posters for Yogi Bear, which is due in theaters this Christmas.

Details on DreamWorks’ Truckers and Boo U

Collider shares some details on DreamWorks’ animations upcoming films Truckers and the “Super Secret Ghost Project” which has now been officially titled Boo U. No release dates have been set for either of the films.

Details on DreamWorks’ Truckers and Boo U

Collider shares some details on the upcoming DreamWorks’ animation films Truckers and the “Super Secret Ghost Project” which has now been officially titled Boo U. The article suggests that Truckers is based on Terry Pratchett’s The Bromeliad Trilogy. No release dates for either of the films have been set.

Beauty and the Beast 3D pushed back indefinitely

THR reports that Beauty and the Beast 3D has gone off Disney’s release schedule. Originally slated for a 2011 release, the release is reported to have been moved to 2012 or beyond to give consumers more time to buy into the home-3D transition.

Monsters Inc. 2 release date moved up

Box Office Mojo reports that the release date for Monsters Inc. 2 has been shifted from Nov. 16, 2012 to Nov. 2, 2012, to avoid competition with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part Two) which opens the same day. Also, DreamWorks’ tentatively titled The Guardians has been moved from November 21, 2012 to November 2, […]

Babar heads to the big screen

Deadline reports that the producers of The Twilight Saga are all set to adapt the popular cartoon character Babar for the big screen. Temple Hill partners Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey have made a deal with rights holders Nelvana and The Clifford Ross Company for the family comedy Babar: The Adventures of Badou, a live […]

“How much are you asking for, Dave?” – Kubrick auction item goes ape!

A little off our beaten track but too exciting to pass over: the specialist film and entertainment arm of auctioneer Bonhams is set to welcome bids on an ultra-rare ape-man costume, created for the filming of Stanley Kubrick’s seminal sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, at the upcoming Pioneers Of Popular Culture vintage auction, to […]

Curious George getting rebooted

The L. A. Times is reporting that Universal and Illumination Entertainment (the studio behind Despicable Me) have a Curious George film in the works. While Universal and Imagine produced a Curious George film only four years ago, this new outing will start from scratch.

Gnomeo included in Disney Miramax sale

The Hollywood Reporter has stated that Gnomeo And Juliet, the Elton John-produced animated feature that was being made under the Miramax banner and was at one stage destined to remain at Disney even after their sale of the independent film company, is actually to be included in the sale, alongside three other completed pictures. Actor […]