Bill Plympton’s Cheatin’ Panel started with producer James Hancock introducing himself, Adam Hackoff, and Bill himself. Bill stood up (he insisted he was more comfortable that way) and began talking about how his upcoming film 5 years in the works, Cheatin’, was inspired by an experience of his: a tragic love affair. He spoke about how […]
There were surprisingly few people at the Man of Action panel; only around a few dozen. It was certainly the most relaxed, almost unprofessional (in a good way) panel I’ve ever attended, giving it a more intimate feel, where by the end of it one almost felt like they had just spent the last hour […]
The World’s Finest reports that Teen Titans is returning… sort of. A new show, Teen Titans Go!, will be a comedic half hour animated series utilizing the same voice cast as the old Teen Titans cartoon and the current New Teen Titans shorts, and will premiere in 2013, presumably on Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programing […]
Big Screen Animation has learned that Pixar is currently developing not only three new “Toy Story Toons” animated shorts, but is also working on two 22 minute TV specials starring the Toy Story gang. The TV specials will air in October 2013 and Spring 2014.
At the world premiere of Justice League: Doom at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, Toonzone News was able to speak with actors Phil Morris and Kevin Conroy, and voice director Andrea Romano in red-carpet interview sessions for the press. Questions asked by Toonzone News are marked. These interviews have been slightly […]
The New York premiere of Justice League: Doom was held at the Paley Center. Phil Morris was the first to arrive, with an enthusiastic fan calling out, “Hey! Jackie Chiles!” Kevin Conroy, and Andrea Romano soon followed. After the press had a chance to interview the three, (more on that to come) everyone was ushered […]
The Los Angeles Times has conducted an interview with well-known producer/director Guillermo del Toro . In the interview, del Toro discusses his involvement in the animated features Kung Fu Panda 2 and Puss in Boots. The interview can be read here.
Bleeding Cool and Slashfilm are both reporting that Disney’s upcoming animated film, Frozen, set to be released on November 27, 2013, is actually the previously canceled adaptation of The Snow Queen, based on the story by Hans Christian Anderson. Originally planned as a hand drawn musical, the project has been shelved several times during the […]