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‘Corpse Bride’ Co-Director Mike Johnson to Helm CG/Stop-Motion Hybrid ‘Oz Wars’

15 December 2010 2:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Mike Johnson has signed on to direct the CG/Stop-Motion hybrid feature film Oz Wars. The Academy Award and Annie Award-nominee got his start as the Assistant Animation Rigger and Assistant Animator on The Nightmare Before Christmas. He was an animator on James and The Giant Peach, directed three episodes of the lat 1990's Fox clay animated television series The PJs, and was co-director of the 2005 film Corpse Bride. So basically, he has a long history with stop motion animation. Written by Rob Moreland (Space Chimps 1 & 2) and Athena Gam (Alien Rock Band), Oz Wars attempts to transform the Wizard of Oz narrative into "a contemporary, freaky action-packed PG-13 audience pleaser, with Dorothy caught up in a whirlwind of warrior witches, black magic, martial arts and monsters." It's being described as an animated film thats "not just for kids," as the world will be "dark, slick, sexy, and dangerous." Read the press release after the jump. »

- Peter Sciretta

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Weekend Report: 'The Town' Bustles

20 September 2010 3:35 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

The Town was the talk of the box office over the weekend, Easy A received a lot of attention, Devil wasn't elevated, and Alpha and Omega didn't hunt. Overall business was a bit lower than the same weekend last year when Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs led. Striking approximately 3,500 screens at 2,861 locations, The Town hauled in $23.8 million, earning the comparison its marketing made to The Departed. The latter blazed onto the scene with $26.9 million on around 4,200 screens at 3,017 locations nearly four years ago (though its attendance was about 37 percent greater than The Town's). Like Departed, The Town busted out of its genre norm, grossing more in one weekend than the final grosses of Gone Baby Gone, Reindeer Games and Pride & Glory and more than doubling the opening weekend of We Own the Night. Its estimated initial attendance was in the realm of Cop Land and Sleepers. Upon closer inspection, »

- Brandon Gray <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Watch This: First Trailer for Lionsgate's 3D Alpha and Omega

24 May 2010 7:50 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Lionsgate hasn't had much luck with animated movies (e.g. Happily N'Ever After) but they're still trying to find a formula that works and a story that audiences enjoy. Due out in theaters this fall is another new 3D animated movie from Lionsgate called Alpha and Omega about two mismatched wolves who, obviously, end up together due to some crazy circumstance. The voice cast includes Justin Long, Hayden Panettiere, Dennis Hopper, Christina Ricci, Christine Lakin and Danny Glover. This looks like it'll be a lot of fun with charming story, but not anything up to the level of Pixar. Anyway, give it a chance & check this out. Enjoy! Watch the official trailer for Crest Animation's Alpha and Omega: Video: Exclusive: 'Alpha and Omega' Trailer Two young wolves (voiced by Justin Long & Hayden Panettiere) are thrown together by circumstance. Alpha and Omega is co-directed by animation filmmakers Anthony Bell »

- Alex Billington

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Dean Koontz's Frankenstein Series To Be Adapted into Movie Franchise

16 February 2010 2:10 AM, PST | Reelzchannel.com | See recent ReelzChannel news »

Prolific author Dean Koontz's Frankenstein novel series has already conquered the New York Times bestseller list and spawned a comic book adaptation, but now his "monster" may be making its way to the silver screen. According to Variety, Ralph Winter and Terry Botwick have acquired the rights to Frankenstein through their 1019 Entertainment production company with the goal of turning the property into a movie franchise.

Loosely based on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Koontz's series sees Victor Frankenstein, now known as Helios, still alive and well and living in New Orleans. Helios, having experimented on himself to prolong his life, now has access to modern technology, which he uses to engineer artificial humans or "bio androids." Shelley's monster is still very much "alive" in Koontz's series, as well. Giving himself the name Deucalion, the monster spends years at a Tibetan monastery until he learns of Helios' whereabouts. Together with two homicide detectives, »

- BrentJS Sprecher

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