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Michael Cera Signs Up as Robin for "LEGO Batman"

by Ed Liuon July 16, 2015
The Hollywood Reporter notes that Michael Cera has signed to play Robin opposite Will Arnett’s Batman in LEGO Batman, the upcoming spin-off to The LEGO Movie. The movie will be produced by Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller; directed by LEGO Movie animation supervisor Chris McKay; with a screenplay by Seth Grahame-Smith.
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"LEGO Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles" Coming to DVD September 15, 2015

by Ed Liuon July 16, 2015
Unleash the lighter side of the Force and share all of the action packed thrills of these interlocking, intergalactic adventures in LEGO® STAR WARS: The New Yoda Chronicles! Coming to DVD on September 15, 2015 Synopsis: Your favorite Star Wars heroes are back with four complete episodes (plus a bonus alternate ending!) that unleash the […]

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"Hotel Transylvania" Animated TV Series Coming from Sony and Nelvana in 2017

by Ed Liuon July 15, 2015
Nelvana and Sony Pictures Animation check in together on Hotel Transylvania Animated TV Series (July 14, 2015 – Toronto, Canada) Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana, one of the world’s leading international producers and distributors of children’s animated content, today announced that it is developing an exciting new animated TV series based on the blockbuster feature film, Hotel […]


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Review: "Minions" Needs Less Story, More Stupid

by Ed Liuon July 13, 2015
The Minions were a favorite element in the Despicable Me movies, so it was only a matter of time before they got their own feature film. The good news about Minions is that the trio of them that anchor the movie are as adorable, idiotic, and hilarious as ever. The kids who will undoubtedly flock […]

"The Peanuts Movie" Reveals the Little Red-Haired Girl

by Ed Liuon July 10, 2015
Actor Francesca Capaldi has revealed the first image of the character she voices in The Peanuts Movie: the Little Red-Haired Girl, and object of Charlie Brown’s undying and unrequited love. In addition, the Washington Post has posted a lengthy article that examines the history of the Little Red-Haired Girl in the original Peanuts comic strip […]