Khalil Gibran’s best known fictional work “The Prophet” is being adapted for the big screen in a new production that will involve collaborations across many borders. In this adaptation, each of the 89-year old classic’s chapters will be directed by a different award-winning filmmaker, with Roger Allers (The Lion King) responsible for the connective through-line narrative.
Pre-production is scheduled to begin this month, with Salma Hayek producing… Continue reading Hayek Producing Animated Adaptation of Gibran's The Prophet
It’s Friday, which means it’s time to let our hair down at Movies.com headquarters and break out all the weird, freaky stuff we’ve been hiding from our parents so they don’t think we’ve gone completely mad. Just don’t tell anyone you got this from us …
– Who wants to stare at boring old comic book covers when we can stare at awesome animated comic book covers instead? Kerry Callen decided… Continue reading Freaky Friday Finds: 'The Dark Knight Rises,' 'Star Wars,' Adorable Rabbits, Animated Classic Comic Book Covers and More
In anticipation of this week’s release of ‘Happy Feet Two,’ starring the cutest penguins in Hollywood, Moviefone is celebrating the most disgustingly cute animated characters ever. Full disclosure: narrowing the list down was difficult. Not rocket-science-difficult, but definitely up there. Not only because there are just too many heart-burstingly adorable characters, but because whittling the list down led to many hours wasted staring at movie stills and YouTube videos, giggling… Continue reading 'Happy Feet Two' and the Most Disgustingly Cute Animated Characters
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The voice of Ryan Reynolds may soon be returning to your TV set on a weekly basis: Fox has ordered a presentation and script for the 34-year-old film star’s And Then There Was Gordon, EW has confirmed. (Deadline first reported the news.) The project — which chronicles the adventures of an average kid whose siblings and mother… Continue reading Ryan Reynolds to produce, voice animated series; Sandra Bullock in negotiations
Syfy’s series “Eureka” is planning another holiday-themed episode for December, but this one will look a little different than last year’s special.
OK, a lot different: The holiday episode will be animated.
The story for the show has a machine designed to turn Eureka’s Main Street into a postcard-perfect winter setting going haywire, turning everyone into cartoon versions of themselves. Other rules of cartoon worlds will also… Continue reading 'Eureka' gets animated for holiday special