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Luc Besson Talks "Arthur and the Invisibles"

by Ed Liuon January 9, 2007
Newsarama.com has posted an interview with Luc Besson, director of the forthcoming Arthur and the Invisibles. Besson discusses the genesis of the movie, the many valued contributions of artist/designer Patrice Garcia, and the live-action/CGI hybrid technique he used for the film.

New "TMNT" Images Available

by Ed Liuon January 8, 2007
Comic Book Resources has posted several new images of the TMNT movie, showing the titular ninja turtles and their master Splinter. The movie is scheduled for release at the end of March.

"The Replacements," "Yin Yang Yo!" Renewed for New Seasons

by Ed Liuon January 8, 2007
Toon Disney’s Yin Yang Yo! has been renewed for a second season of 26 half-hour episodes. Since its debut in September, the show has received the highest ratings of all shows in Toon Disney’s Jetix programming block. The show centers on Yin and Yang, two hyperkinetic tween rabbits learning the mystic martial art of Woo […]

Chris Yost on the New X-Men and X-23

by Ed Liuon January 8, 2007
Writer Chris Yost has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his work on New X-Men for Marvel Comics. Yost discusses the current state of affairs for the younger, newer generation of X-Men and how the work differs from the writing he and his writing partner Craig Kyle did for X-Men Evolution. Special focus is […]

AvatarSpirit.net Interviews Voice Actor Jessie Flower (UPDATED)

by Ed Liuon January 5, 2007
AvatarSpirit.net has posted part 1 of an interview with voice actor Jessie Flower on her roles on Nickelodeon’s Avatar the Last Airbender. This section includes answers on how her earlier role as Meng is related to her current recurring role as Earthbending master Toph and how she gets into character as Toph. UPDATED 05-Jan-2007: Part […]

Pixar-based Rides Coming to Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

by Ed Liuon January 5, 2007
The Walt Disney Corporation announced several new attractions and rides that will be rolled out to their amusement parks and resorts internationally throughout 2007. Included in the list are several attractions built around Pixar Animation Studios movies, including several Finding Nemo underwater attractions, a comedy club experience based on Monsters Inc, and a racing ride […]

Jerry Beck Previews Nicktoons on Jan 10

by Ed Liuon January 5, 2007
Animation historian Jerry Beck will be hosting a preview screening of six new short films at the Nicktoons Studios in Burbank, CA, on January 10, 2007. The screenings will be from Random Cartoons, a new series for Nickelodeon from Studio Frederator, and will include Beck’s own “Hornswiggle.” The event is open to members of ASIFA-Hollywood.

Animator Helen Hill Shot and Killed in New Orleans

by Ed Liuon January 5, 2007
South Carolina’s The State newspaper is reporting that filmmaker/animator Helen Hill was shot and killed in New Orleans, Louisiana, early in the morning of January 4, 2007. She was 36 years old. Hill graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 1995 and won a $35,000 fellowship for her short film “The Florestine Collection.” […]

Tad Stones Interviewed on "Hellboy: Blood and Iron," "Turok"

by Ed Liuon January 5, 2007
The Major Spoilers weblog has posted a brief interview with Tad Stones, director of the Hellboy Animated direct-to-video movies. Stones discusses his past association with Darkwing Duck, the status of Hellboy: Blood and Iron, and the future of the Hellboy Animated franchise. He also confirmed a separate report of a Turok, Son of Stone animated […]

"Turok, Son of Stone" Direct-to-Video Movie In Production

by Ed Liuon January 5, 2007
A post on the TAG (The Animator’s Guild) weblog states that a Turok, Son of Stone direct-to-video animated movie is underway at Starz Media. This report is confirmed by Comic Book Resources Comics Reel (Hellboy Animated) at the Major Spoilers weblog, where he states that he is “starting production” on it and has recruited a […]