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Watch Dogs Movie Gets Writers

by Alex Beanon April 24, 2014
“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 […]

Third Hobbit Film Retitled “The Battle Of The Five Armies”

by Alex Beanon April 24, 2014
The third installment in the latest Middle Earth trilogy of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit has been renamed by director Peter Jackson. Originally titled as “The Hobbit: There and Back Again”, Jackson has instead chosen to title the film “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” after discussing it with MGM, saying that the new […]

Sara dumps Oliver and leaves Starling City - executing the breakup in 3.7 seconds flat.

Arrow – Seeing Red – Season 2, Episode 20

by Alex Beanon April 24, 2014
Synopsis: Mirakuru-fueled Roy goes on a rampage while keeping his hoodie firmly intact the entire time and Slade Wilson kills Moira. Details: Team Arrow has saved Roy from being part of Slade Wilson’s mirakuru-fueled army but Roy breaks out of Arrow Lair and goes on a rampage in Starling City – but not before having […]

Warner Bros Animation Cashes In On Register

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
Warner Bros Animation promoted their executive vice president, Sam Register, to president of the company’s historically significant animation division as well as putting him in charge of a newly created live-action digital division. Register spent 10 years at Cartoon Network where he created “Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi” before joining Warner Bros Animation in 2007 […]


The Breakout Trailer

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
The Breakout, a new indie video game, is tentatively planning an Autumn 2014 release [provided their Kickstarter campaign collects enough cash] but they have a trailer to give you a sense of what the game will be about…

It’s A Small World But Big Enough For A Feature Film

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
One of Disneyland’s most iconic rides – It’s A Small World – is set to become the basis for a feature film with Jon Turteltaub [“National Treasure”] set to direct. The family ride that features a slow passage through various cultures accompanied by the eternally catchy tune written by Disney’s Sherman brothers will also have […]


Barbie Gets A Movie

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
Toymaker Mattel and film company Sony have come together to produce the first-ever movie based on Mattel’s popular Barbie doll. Precise plot details have yet to be announced but the film is expected to focus on one of the current iterations of Barbie as a professional executive and having her assist others and will be […]

StrongBad Receives An Email About Techno

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
Earlier this month, internet aniimation pioneer updated their website for the first time in four years. For those unfamiliar with the subtle nuances of Homestar Runner, here is a sample – major character StrongBad receiving an email about techno music…


Ferdinand The Bull Coming To Big Screen

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
The classic children’s book, “The Story of Ferdinand” is heading to the big screen in animated form with Carlos Saldanha at the helm. Saldanha, the director of films in the “Ice Age” and Rio” franchises has expressed his desire to direct the film based on the one of his childhood favorites. The book by Munro […]

The Hive Gets New Life

by Alex Beanon April 22, 2014
Disney has purchased the short-lived UK animated children’s television series, “The Hive” and will revive it for a subsequent triumphant return to the airwaves on its Disney Junior channel in the UK and France. “The Hive”, about a bee family led by BuzzBee and the Bee family’s adventures while living together in The Hive. The […]