SEC Hits DreamWorks With Turbo Investigation

by Alex Beanon July 29, 2014
In more financial news, DreamWorks Animation is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] after disclosing that they took a $13.5 million hit on last year’s “Turbo” feature film. “Turbo” had a disclosed budget of $135 million but only took in $83 million domestically at the box office. “Turbo” performed much better in […]

Christopher Walken Joins Jungle Book As King Louie

by Alex Beanon July 29, 2014
Fresh off the announcement that he will be Captain Hook in the live stage version of “Peter Pan”, Christopher Walken is going for more Disney fare as it was announced that he will join the cast of the upcoming live action/CG hybrid “Jungle Book” remake as King Louie, the top banana of the jungle’s swinging […]


The Hobbit: Battle Of The Five Armies Trailer

by Alex Beanon July 29, 2014
The next installment in The Hobbit trilogy is coming your way on December 17, 2014 in the form of the big battle blowout called “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”. The newly released trailer provides a glimpse of what is to be expected [lots of battling]…

Test Footage For Deadpool Movie

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
Whether or not it actually gets made – who knows – but the test footage for the film version of Deadpool [release date: unknown] starring Ryan Reynolds as the wise-cracking but violent comic book character does possess some merit…


DreamWorks Animation Debuts New Animation Software For Dragon Sequel

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
DreamWorks Animation has a slew of new animated films coming out in the next few years and they will all be slated to be made with their new animation software called Apollo, which made its debut with this year’s “How To Train Your Dragon 2” sequel film. The software, in development over the past five […]

SDCC2014: Mite Wins Best Animation Award At Comic Con International Film Festival

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
One of the final events at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego this year was determining the winners of the seven categories in the Comic Con International Film Festival and bringing home the prize in the Best Animation category was Walter Volbers for his short film “Mite” – about the brief life of a […]


SDCC2014: Guardians Of The Galaxy Infiltrating Video Games

by Daniel Clarkon July 28, 2014
Disney/Marvel is leaving no possible cross-promotional stone unturned with their upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie as the announcement ta the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego has the quirky superhero group making their presence known in the video game universe as well in games such as Minecraft [Microsoft Xbox One and Xbox 360 editions […]

SDCC2014: Grimm’s Honeymoon And New Octo-Man Creature

by Alex Beanon July 28, 2014
NBC’s fantasy series “Grimm” ended its third season with a wedding of two Wesen creatures so naturally the 2014 Comic Con panel focused on what honeymoon plans were for Monroe [Silas Weir Mitchell] and Rosalee [Bree Turner] before the revelation that some of the Season Four nuggets will include a new octopus-headed man/creature Octo-Man [who […]


SDCC2014: Constantine Trailer

by Daniel Clarkon July 27, 2014
The trailer for “Constantine”, the new NBC series based on the DC comic, “Hellblazer”, starring Matt Ryan as the title character, was unveiled at the 2014 Comic Con, complete with all the requisite blood and gore one would normally associate when dealing with lost souls and the underworld.. The series debuts on October 24, 2014…

SDCC2014: Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Has A Release Date

by Alex Beanon July 27, 2014
With “Guardians of the Galaxy” having yet to actually appear in theaters, Disney/Marvel has gone ahead and announced that it doesn’t matter how the quirky superhero team does at the box office – they are intent on making a sequel – and announced as much at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego this weekend. […]