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. Unlike the two most recent Seuss adaptations, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "Cat in the Hat," this project will (obviously) be a completely CG project.

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