Carlos Alazraqui has replaced Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo in the voice cast of animated comedy “Free Birds” from Relativity and Reel FX. Alazraqui will have a supporting role in the voice cast along with…
Happy Feet 2
Dire predictions swirled around this year's slate of pricey pics. Now, after a number of colossal flops, Hollywood is left to wonder if its swing-for-the-fences paradigm has struck out.
Once again, Warner Bros. is looney for more toons.
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"The Help," "Crazy, Stupid, Love," "The Good Wife," "Homeland" and "Girls" were among the honorees Monday at the 28th Annual Artios Awards for outstanding achievement in casting.
Relativity Media's first attempt at a star-driven, family-targeted film hits this weekend in the Snow White pic "Mirror Mirror," a major milestone in its journey to studiohood and a project that came…
Domestic box office is still running 2.5% behind the pace of 2010, which already had its "Twilight" installment on the books by this time.
With the first "Happy Feet" having won over consumers in 2006, Warner Bros. Consumer Products is rolling out a larger line of merchandise around the release of sequel "Happy Feet Two," which dances…
As traditional helmers adapt to animation, they bring techniques from the live-action side along.
The animated penguins in Warner Bros.' "Happy Feet Two" know how to get down, but some of those integral to the film admitted they aren't so light on the dance floor.
The wondrously eccentric, eco-conscious sensibility George Miller brought to his 2006 penguin-themed toon yields an altogether less remarkable Antarctic adventure in "Happy Feet Two."
George Miller is beyond happy having made two "Happy Feet" features despite the extended absence behind the camera from one pic to the next.