The original Highlander was a thoroughly enjoyable B-movie that came up with an incredibly creative excuse to stage swordfights in New York City and break a lot of glass. The movie’s premise was that immortals live hidden among us, able to recover from the most grievous bodily harm except decapitation. One immortal killing another means […]
CATBLUE DYNAMITE PREMIERES AT NEW YORK ANIME FESTIVAL NEW YORK ANIME FESTIVAL TO HOST THE AMERICAN PREMIERE OF ROMANOV HIGA’S CATBLUE DYNAMITE Norwalk, CT , July 9, 2007: The New York Anime Festival (NYAF) today announced it will host the North American Premiere of the anime film CATBLUE Dynamite at its inaugural event this December […]
31 DAYS OF DISCOVERY KIDS – FREE PREVIEW THIS AUGUST (July 9, 2007 – Toronto , Canada ) This August, Discovery Kids Canada will be available free of charge to Rogers , Star Choice and Bell ExpressVu subscribers for an entire month. This free preview will allow viewers not currently subscribing to the channel to […]
DREAMWORKS ANIMATION’S “SHREK THE THIRD” CROSSES $600 MILLION GLOBAL THRESHOLD Shrek Franchise Surpasses $2 Billion in Global Box Office Glendale, CA – July 9, 2007 – DreamWorks Animation’s “Shrek the Third” continued its stellar box office performance around the globe, with the cumulative worldwide gross now surpassing the $600 million mark. The history making U.S. […]
SEGA ANNOUNCES BLEACH™ TO SLASH ITS WAY ONTO THE WII AND NINTENDO DS Hit TV Series Delivers Intense Swordfights in Video Game Debut in North America SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON (July 6, 2007) – SEGAÂ® of America, Inc. and SEGAÂ® Europe Ltd. today announced that Bleach™: Shattered Blade will be available on the Wii™ home […]
Nausicaa.net has posted the English voice cast of Tales from Earthsea, naming Timothy Dalton as Sparrowhawk (Ged), Willem Dafoe as Cob, Matt Levin as Arren, Cheech Marin as Hare, and Mariska Hargitay as Tenar. There is still no official North American release date for the movie in theaters or on DVD.
DreamWorks-Paramount’s Transformers took the top spot for the long holiday weekend box office take, raking in $152.6 million in 6.5 days of release, with $67.6 million in just the past weekend. Trailing behind it was Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille, claiming $29 million in ticket sales for a modest 38% drop from its opening weekend.
The movie’s MySpace page has been unveiled, with videos, an image gallery, cast and crew information, and a sweepstakes to be animated for an upcoming DC direct-to-video animated movie. The movie’s MySpace page also has other special features and behind-the-scenes videos. (via Comic Book Resources Comics Reel)
If you had asked a well-read British person before the 1920s what A.A. Milne would be remembered for, odds are good that the reply would involve his plays and writing for Punch magazine. You would probably be met with laughter if you’d said Milne’s enduring gift to Western Civilization would be a Silly Old Bear […]
Rick Siggelkow has worked as a television prouducer since 1976, racking up an impressive list of awards and honors for his work in children’s programming. Siggelkow’s best known work is probably Shining Time Station, the Emmy Award-winning public television series that introduced Thomas the Tank Engine to North America. He has also had a hand […]