Month: July 2023

TMNT: Mutant Mayhem sequel, series already in the works
Season One of Lackadaisy gets teaser trailer, crowdfunding announcement

Earlier this year, the online pilot for Lackadaisy–based on the web comic of the same name–arrived on YouTube to great critical acclaim and millions of views. Now a first season for the series has officially been announced with a brand new trailer, along with a link to help fund it online via Backer Kit. The campaign […]

Ernest and Celestine sequel to get limited US release in September
Creating the bold look of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
The Marvels join forces in new trailer

Disney may have chosen not to have a Marvel Studios panel at SDCC due to the strikes in Hollywood right now, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t timing a new trailer for coincide with it. Last night at midnight a surprise preview for The Marvels was released online, and you can check it out in the […]

“Every frame” of Aquaman sequel has visual effects
Get ducky with the new Migration trailer

“Odd ducks welcome.”

Gargoyles series creator claims movie reports “aren’t true”
Theme song for Miyazaki’s latest movie released online
New report claims Kenneth Branagh will direct live-action Gargoyles movie
Elemental surpasses Lightyear, The Good Dinosaur

As Tom Cruise once again wowed audiences with his insane stunts in a Mission: Impossible movie this weekend, Pixar’s Elemental impressed in another way at the box office: it’s still showing terrific legs. The film spent its fifth weekend in a row in the top five, Box Office Mojo is reporting. That brings the animated romance’s total […]

Deadpool 3 among first films shut down by SAG strike
Young Jedi Adventures returning in August
How Do You Live and Studio Ghibli’s biggest marketing gamble ever
New Ghibli film draws early morning crowds despite no promotion
Hulu launches adult animation, anime hub “Animayhem”
Fox sets premiere dates for The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and Krapopolis

Fox Sets Premiere Dates for The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and Krapopolis

Indiana Jones dials down; Elemental passes $100 million

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny performed more or less (with an emphasis on the “less”) as expected this weekend, falling to second place as the horror sequel Insidious: The Red Door overperformed. That brings the fifth film in the classic franchise to a total of $121 million, which would be fine for most movies. […]

Pixar production designer Don Shank in his element with Elemental

The new Pixar film had the challenge of presenting a livable world that could accommodate four different types of beings. Read how this was approached, in our exclusive interview.

How ILM’s VFX helped de-age Harrison Ford for Dial of Destiny
The Little Mermaid coming to disc in September
Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken sinks deeper as film doesn’t see holiday boost

The news for DreamWorks Animation’s Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken didn’t get better on Independence Day, with the movie ranking in ninth place for the holiday. Even worse, it could only manage a per screen average of $294. Ouch! So far, the comedy has limped to just $7 million after five days of release. For those keeping score, […]