The worst thing about The Seventh Dwarf isn’t that it’s a bad movie (although it is undeniably a bad movie). The worst thing about it is that every now and then, this Shrek derivative shows the briefest flashes of inspiration, suggesting that there’s a much better movie in there somewhere. That sense of untapped potential […]
D23 2015 News Roundup: “Riley’s First Date?”, “The Good Dinosaur,” “Moana,” Finding Dory,” “Gigantic,” “Coco,” & More
SECRETS REVEALED! JOHN LASSETER WELCOMES FILMMAKERS, VOICE TALENT TO D23 EXPO 2015 STAGE TO REVEAL EXCITING NEW DETAILS ABOUT UPCOMING SLATE FROM WALT DISNEY AND PIXAR ANIMATION STUDIOS ANAHEIM, Calif. (Aug. 14, 2015) – Filmmakers from Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios introduced D23 EXPO 2015 fans to an array of new stories and characters—from […]
September brings the end of the summer holidays and the start of a new school year. But while the holiday might be over, Cartoon Network are making sure the fun continues on TV. Summer receives a send-off with The Amazing World of Gumball ‘Back to School Weekend’, running 9am-6pm 5th & 6th September and will […]
The summer holidays are here and Cartoon Network UK are making sure the TV is as hot as the sun. From 1st August the trio of Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Cartoonito will be presenting special weekend marathons. For Cartoon Network, the fun kicks off at 11am every weekend with a planned schedule of. Gumball and […]
Google Spotlight Stories is a new narrative format for presenting short films on mobile devices where the viewer gets to control where the camera looks in a 360 degree environment. Toonzone News was able to catch up with several creators with Google Spotlight Stories: Jan Pinkava, the director of “Windy Day” and creative director of […]
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.
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 […]