Astro (Boy) is a robot boy created by a scientist as a replacement for the man’s dead son. After going on a Pinocchio style adventure, he ends up with a new owner and a new mission: to fight evil (in human or robot form) using his many super-powers.
Brandon Camp, son of "Benji" creator Joe Camp Jr., will write, direct and produce a pic that will reboot the character for a new crop of young moviegoers.
Bloodshot‘s protagonist is Angelo Mortalli, a ruthless killer for the mob who is set up by the family and framed for a murder. He instead goes into Witness Protection, but is betrayed by an FBI agent guarding him, kidnapped and forcibly subjected to an experimental program in which his body is injected with microscopic computers called nanites. They erase his brain and rebuild it and his body to be a weapon with superhuman strength and healing powers. The character was created by Kevin Van Hook, Don Perlin, and Bob Layton in 1992.
Mumbai Musical (working title), the studio's first-ever Bollywood-style animated musical adventure inspired by the great Indian epic tale of The Ramayana but told from the point of view of the monkeys, will be released on December 19, 2015.
After surviving a terrifying car crash, a young woman discovers that aggressive, flesh-eating zombies have overtaken the entire area. She must figure out what is happening and why in hopes of escaping her horrifying circumstances.
Edict of Expulsion 1492
- 110 min
El Americano: The Movie
- 98 min
Cuco, a mexican parrot, goes on an adventure from Mexico to Hollywood in order to get help from El Americano, a famous superhero from TV, against an evil band of birds trying to take control of his family’s beloved circus.
Based on the Time Travel adventure by Neil Gaiman's children's book.
The first-ever animated movie based on the popular Japanese monster.