Despite the above shot of a recovering Bowser teasing Nintendo's cooperation with Disney's Wreck-It Ralph, don't expect to hear anyone declaring "It's a'me!" Maybe expect to hear a bass drop, though.
Over at Comic Con, Wreck-It Ralph director Rich Moore said Nintendo wouldn't let him use Mario in his animated film, joking, "And his brother wanted more money." But while cartoonish plumbers were prohibitively expensive, apparently cartoonish musicians were not: Skrillex has reportedly recorded a track for the movie, providing the theme for a first-person shooter. Truly, this is a film about digital villains.
As if there was ever any doubt, DreamWorks animation has announced that they will make another Croods movie. Co-writers/directors Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders are attached to return, and though the cast isn't yet confirmed, it's a fair guess that Nicolas Cage would return in... / Continue →
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First proposed back in 2009 before its carcass was rightfully tossed whole into a trashcan to rot, a Heathcliff feature film is once again on the table thanks to Waterman Entertainment, the production company behind Alvin and the Chipmunks, Stuart Little, Kull the Conqueror, an... / Continue →