The Montreal Museum has announced its public programs in conjunction with its “Once Upon a Time Walt Disney: The Sources of Inspiration for the Disney Studios” exhibition, which will be on view at the Museum from March 8 – June 24, 2007. The programs will include a lecture series on Disney and his impact on […]
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has developed an array of public and family programs to be held in conjunction with Once Upon a Time Walt Disney: The Sources of Inspiration for the Disney Studios, on view at the Museum March 8 – June 24, 2007. In addition, the CinÃ©mathÃ¨que quÃ©bÃ©coise marks the exhibition with […]
According to the latest “Phoenix” newsletter, more than 1,600 pre-orders for The Last Unicorn 25th Anniversary DVD edition came in directly to the Conlan Press website. The response has temporarily overwhelmed author Peter S. Beagle and the staff, who were expecting approximately 300 pre-orders before the DVD’s February 6 release date. The needs to fulfill […]
Newsarama.com’s “Animated Shorts” column has interviewed producer Mark Washaw about the new series of animated films telling the origin story of Green Arrow from the Smallville TV show, currently being distributed on the Sprint mobile network. Washaw discusses where the series fits with Green Arrow’s Smallville appearances and leaves the door open to future animated […]
Artist Todd Nauck has been interviewed by the Sequential Tart website, where he discusses his new assignment as the artist for Marvel Comics’ Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, his on-going work with J. Torres on the Teen Titans Go! comic, and his own Wildguard series.
Comic Book Resources has spoken to writer J. Torres about his upcoming Legion of Superheroes in the 31st Century comic book, which ties in to the Legion of Superheroes animated show on Kids WB. Torres discusses the differences between LoSH31 and Teen Titans Go!, the ties he maintains with the producers of the show, and […]
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that John Lasseter was granted back-dated options as part of his contract renewal in 2001. The options were granted at a price from three months before the contract was signed, which also happened to be the lowest price from the prior year. The contract was signed by Pixar CEO […]
All serial fiction that runs for any length of time eventually faces the challenge of change. Change too much in a serial and you risk damaging or eliminating the qualities that made the serial compelling in the first place. Change too little and you risk creative stagnation and audience boredom. It’s a fine line that […]
One of the Disney Channel’s most popular original series is Kim Possible, about a cheerleader who saves the world in her spare time. The show was created by Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley, who worked as entertainment managers at Sesame Place and in the mailroom at DIC Entertainment before embarking on a 16-year career at […]
DC Unlimited, a new brand from DC Comics, has announced that they have signed a license to produce toys and collectibles based on Afro Samurai, the new anime series produced by Studio Gonzo and starring Samuel L. Jackson as the title character. The series debuted on the Spike TV network on January 4, 2007.