There has been an endless amount of shuffling of movie release dates this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. One of the bigger movies that was originally intended to arrive this fall was Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins from Paramount Pictures. The action adventure movie based on the Hasbro toyline would have hit theaters in October, but the studio chose to remove it from the 2020 release calendar altogether. Now Paramount has set the movie for release in 2021, and they’ve also given release dates to new installments of the Scream and Paranormal Activity franchises and more Read More »
Paramount Pictures has shuffled around their release date calendar for a bunch of their family programming coming in the next couple years, including two Nickelodeon movies.
Clifford the Big Red Dog has been set for a fall 2020 release date. It’s taking the weekend that was previously slated for the new Rugrats movie, which has now been pushed back a few months to early 2021. Meanwhile, Paramount has pulled the Are You Afraid of the Dark? movie from this year’s calendar. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 30th, 2016 by Angie Han
Clifford the Big Red Dog has found a new forever home. Paramount is moving forward with a movie adaptation of the popular kids’ book series, setting Justin Malen (Baywatch) to write the script. The studio adopted the project after Universal decided to give it up. If you’ve not heard of Clifford the Big Red Dog, well, he’s exactly what he sounds like. More details on the Clifford the Big Red Dog movie below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, May 9th, 2012 by Angie Han
Having enjoyed quite a bit of success with their recent adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, Illumination Entertainment and Universal are re-teaming to bring another beloved childhood figure to the big screen. The companies have just hired Matt Lopez (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) to pen a live-action/animation hybrid feature centered around Clifford, the big red dog. The unusual canine has been featured in some seventy-odd books since his creation in 1963 by author and illustrator Norman Bridwell. More details after the jump.
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