The latest and biggest poster for The Adventures of Tintin has debuted. The Steven Spielberg directed and Peter Jackson produced film based on the iconic character created by Georges Remi arrives in theaters December 23.
New Happy Feet Two Trailer Debuts
Second look at Warner Bros. Happy Feet Two. The animated sequel is set to hit theaters on November 18, 2011.
Comic-Con: Spielberg and Jackson Bring Loud Cheers to Hall H
Steven Spielberg impresses the pack Hall H crowds with his charm and magnetism. He, along with Peter Jackson, had the crowds on their feet.
Comic-Con Day 1 - Sony Animation: Pirates Meet Slap-Stick
Sony Pictures Animation showcased two of its upcoming stop-motion animation set to hit theaters in the coming months. Arthur Christmas and The Pirates! Band of Misfits hit the Comic-Con stage.
Winnie the Pooh Review: An Enchanting Trip to the Hundred Acre Wood
Go back in time to when you were a kid and experience Winnie the Pooh in a whole new animated feature film. It's an homage to classic Pooh with some great modern twists.
Weekend Movie Preview: July 15, 2011
Harry Potter madness hits with full force this weekend. Only one wide release movie dares to compete with the phenomenon.
Exclusive: The Voice of Pooh and Tigger Gives Us His Best Impression
Jim Cummings has been doing Pooh and Tigger for years. He talks to us about being a voice-match for the originals and the fun of playing such an iconic character.
Steven Spielberg Coming to Comic-Con
The uber-talented director/producer visits Comic-Con for the first time ever. He is there to promote his upcoming motion-capture film The Adventures of Tintin.
New Winnie the Pooh Clip Released
Brand new clip from the Winnie the Pooh movie. The film is set to hit theaters Friday, July 15, 2011.
DVD Release: The Lincoln Lawyer, Rango
Plus Russell Brand's Arthur and the horror flick Insidious all hit Blu-Ray/DVD this week. Something for everyone with this week's releases.
Exclusive: Winnie the Pooh Directors Talk Updating a Classic
Don Hall and Stephen Anderson know the pressures behind updating a classic film. They explain what liberties they took and where they stayed true to tradition.