March 16, 2012
Weekly Ketchup: The Cat in the Hat Gets A CGI Remake
This week's Ketchup includes news stories including several new remakes (The Cat in the Hat, Leprechaun and Garbage Pail Kids), new movies for directors Martin Scorsese and Errol Morris, and adaptations of books by Terry Brooks and Stephen King.
August 1, 2007
Trailer Bulletin: Horton Hears a Who
The last few times somebody tried to turn Dr. Seuss into a movie, the results were ... How the Grinch Stole Christmas and (dear lord) The Cat in the Hat. And then somebody got the brilliant idea to do Seuss with animation.
June 2, 2006
Mike Myers to Adminster Some "Self-Help"
Funnyman Mike Myers looks poised to make a comeback after his "Cat in the Hat"-inspired vacation, and one of his new projects will be a goofy comedy about a nutty self-help guru who deals with some difficult clientele.
March 11, 2005
Fox & Blue Sky to do "Horton" via CGI
The Hollywood Reporter brings us news that Fox and Blue Sky Studios have won the rights to bring Dr. Seuss' classic "Horton Hears a Who" to the big screen. Blue Sky's first two projects were the well-received "Ice Age" and the upcoming "Robots," so clearly Chris Meledandri (president of Fox Animation & Blue Sky head honcho) has the right crew for the job.