Month: January 2018

Isle of Dogs gets PG-13 rating

Wes Anderson’s upcoming Isle of Dogs has been given a PG-13 rating for “thematic elements and violent images,” Box Office Mojo is reporting. The rating is extremely rare for an animated movie going into wide release, making it the first in the genre to get it since 2009’s 9. The quirky comedy is set to […]

Black Panther gets early praise from critics
First Ant-Man and The Wasp trailer released

The first trailer for Ant-Man and The Wasp is now online for your viewing pleasure, and can be viewed in the player below. It opens everywhere this July.

How Pixar’s cartoon cheese led to a smarter view of disease
Moana’s How Far I’ll Go wins Grammy for Best Song Written For Visual Media
Sony moves Lin-Manuel Miranda project Vivo up
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom TV spot confirmed for Super Bowl
Lots of parody posters for Sherlock Gnomes released

Paramount has released several parody posters for Sherlock Gnomes on the film’s official Facebook page, and you can check them all out below. Each one spoofs an Oscar-nominated movie (well, except for poor Wonder Gnome). Sherlock Gnomes opens everywhere March 23rd.

Beetle Bailey creator Mort Walker passes away at 94
Revolving around Revolting Rhymes with directors Jakob Schuh and Jan Lachauer

Read about the conception of the Oscar-nominated short, adapting the work of Roald Dahl, in our exclusive interview.

Warner Bros. announces animated Cat in the Hat movie
Solo is the most under wraps Star Wars movie yet
90th Academy Awards nominees announced

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the list of nominees for the 90th Annual Academy Awards. The winners will be named on Sunday, March 4, 2018, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, and will be televised live on ABC at 6:30pm ET. The animated and visual effects contenders include:

Vampirina greenlit for second season by Disney Junior
Disney unveils full cast for The Incredibles 2
Disney’s live-action Sword in the Stone lands 28 Weeks Later director
Paddington 2 is now the best reviewed film of all time according to Rotten Tomatoes
Coco director on making adults cry: “Pixar doesn’t make movies for kids”
Leggy Jumanji expected to top Paddington 2 over holiday weekend