'Tintin,' 'Boardwalk Empire' Wow the Visual Effects Society 1 year ago
"The Adventures of Tintin" and "Boardwalk Empire" were the leaders in the film and television categories for the 10th...
By Steve Pond
"The Iron Lady" opens to a strong $76,348 in limited release
Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" rides to a surprisingly high $7.5 million opening day
Spielberg's "Tintin" opens to $2.3M, while "Dragon Tattoo" grosses $3.5M on its second day
Steven Spielberg turns the timeless comics character into a generic action hero in another rubbery motion-capture animated epic
From "Transformers" to "Thor," the Viacom subsidiary fielded a staggering number of tentpole winners; but what happens after DreamWorks and Marvel leave?
Steven Spielberg's motion-capture extravaganza divides viewers, proves more exhausting than exhilarating
Second-biggest field in animated feature category guarantees there will be five nominees this season
Film will have North American premiere on Nov. 10 -- two weeks after opening in Europe
Film's strong $55.8 million European debut helps the movie business to forget about Robert Zemeckis' genre-killing "Mars Needs Moms"
Steven Spielberg's take on beloved Belgian comic book is either a parade of goodwill or like witnessing a rape, depending who you ask
The stop-motion-animated movie grosses $4.7M in France on its first day
European critics loved Spielberg's comic adventure, while Clint Eastwood's biopic screened in Carmel to a blackout and tech troubles
Producers of the foreign-language entry "Alois Nebel" also plan to enter animation race
"J. Edgar," "War Horse," "Young Adult," "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "Shame" are among films with new media released
Motion-capture technology is causing confusion in the animated film category and causing actors to overlook great performances
Summit on groundbreaking comic-book adaptation brings together two film giants
The renowned director will bring footage from his upcoming "The Adventures of Tintin" to the convention on July 22
Post-"Avatar," the technology has lost its wow factor, but a group of A-list directors could reverse the flailing box-office technology trend
Will hit U.S. theaters in December 2011 -- nearly two months after bowing internationally.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation