If you’re looking for a little reading over the holidays, you may want to check out some of the screenplays that the studios are flogging for Academy Awards consideration this year. More and more studios [click for more]
1. The Pink Panther 2 (Sony/Columbia, 3,243 Theaters, 92 Minutes, Rated PG): True story, my niece rented the first Steve Martin Pink Panther film and was greatly disappointed. The pink animated cat never showed up. [click for more]
The stop-motion animated Coraline opens tomorrow, so we present the last of the great teaser posters that have been passed along to us.
Here’s a few more of those wonderful teaser posters for this Friday’s release of the 3D animated film Coraline. As always, click on each one for a bigger view. Enjoy.
Here are this weekend’s Also, we’d like to wish Neil Gaiman, the author of the original Coraline children’s book the movie is based on congratulations for winning the Newbury Medal for his most recent novel [click for more]
Here are today’s three teasers for next Friday’s animated Coraline.
Perhaps the first film of the year that I am truly anxious to see, the animated Coraline will arrive in theaters next week sporting a prestigious pedigree. The film is based on an original children’s [click for more]
I have to admit that the combination of fantasist Neil Gaiman working with stop-motion animator Harry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas, James And The Giant Peach) on a project makes me positively giddy with anticipation. [click for more]