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Anya Officially Released By Brown Bag Films

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The long-awaited animated short film, “Anya”, from Irish animation studio, Brown Bag Films, was finally released today. The four-minute short tells, in animated form, the abbreviated story of Anya, a resident of the Russian orphanage called Hortolova in the city of Bryansk Oblast. Brown Bag Films along with the Infinite animation studio in Singapore, donated […]

Inugami-san To Nekoyama-san Gets DVD Release…In Japan

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It was recently announced that the short-form anime show “Inugami-san to Nekoyama-san” will be coming to Blu-ray and DVD this summer. The single-disc release covers all 12 episodes [just under five minutes each] and will include an unaired bonus episode, a clean ending sequence and promo videos. The catch? It will only be released in […]

Laika Helps Jose Cuervo Celebrate Cinco de Mayo And History

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Jose Cuervo Tequila will be celebrating their 219th birthday this year and to help commemorate the occasion – as well as the upcoming Cinco de Mayo holiday – they brought in animation studio Laika [“Coraline”, “Para-Norman” and the upcoming “The Box Trolls”] to provide a little history lesson to go along with the margaritas…

Justice League Set To Arrive in 2018

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A full-fledged “Justice League” movie – where have you heard that one before? Well, you are hearing it yet again only this time the words are emanating from the mouth of Warner Bros president Greg Silverman who says he has already lined up director Zack Snyder [currently working on the upcoming “Batman-Superman” flick] for the […]

Microsoft Unveils Xbox Original Programming

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After dipping their toes in the water with original programming being planned for “Halo” and “Age of Empires”, Microsoft will now be attempting a cannonball after announcing a wide variety of upcoming projects in the works and designed to be accessed through their entertainment-centered console, Xbox One. Among the upcoming original programming candidates are… Signal […]

The BFG Rises Again

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Roald Dahl’s Big Friendly Giant [BFG] was already made into a 1989 animated feature film originating in the UK with David Jason [“Danger Mouse”] as the BFG and Amanda Root [“Jane Eyre”] as Sophie, but now Steven Spielberg is looking to direct what is expected to be a live-action reboot – a la “Shrek”-style – […]

Bob’s Burgers – The Kids Run Away – Season 4, Episode 19

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Synopsis: A routine visit to the dentist is fine for most of the Belcher family but a nightmare for Louise – especially when she finds out she has a cavity that needs to be filled – and she reacts to the news by running away. Details: A routine trip to the dentist – Dr. Yap […]

For No Good Reason, Ralph Steadman BioPic, Finally Gets USA Opening In NYC

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When famous “gonzo” journalist Hunter S. Thompson needed an artist to accompany him on a trip to cover the Kentucky Derby for an article that would eventually be titled “The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved”, he was assigned Ralph Steadman. That was the first collaboration of many the duo would have over the years, […]

2014 REDCAT Children’s Film Festival Ready To Roll

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You’ve watched “Frozen”, “Despicable Me 2” and the rest of last year’s animation blockbusters a million times, so now maybe you might want to see some of the animated offerings from other parts of the world and that’s where the 2014 REDCAT Children’s Film Festival comes in. REDCAT [Roy and Edna Disney along with CalArts […]

Watch Dogs Movie Gets Writers

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“Watch Dogs”, the video game, has not been released yet but “Watch Dogs” the movie based on the Ubisoft video game already has a pair of writers attached to the project to write the script. Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese who collaborated on both “Zombieland” and “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” were tabbed to produce the script […]

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