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Seyfried Steps In For Kunis In Ted 2

by Alex Beanon February 24, 2014
Mila Kunis played the girlfriend-turned-wife of Mark Wahlberg in the live action/CGI hit “Ted” but film creator Seth MacFarlane has other plans this time around as Amanda Seyfried has been announced as the lead for the sequel “Ted 2”, with Kunis – who provides the voice for Meg on MacFarlane’s “Family Guy” television hit show […]
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Disney Adds Pair Of Channels Down Under

by Alex Beanon February 24, 2014
Australian television viewers will get more opportunities to watch Disney-affiliated cartoonery and content with the addition of two cable network channels – Disney XD and Movies Disney – to their cable lineup. The XD channel is geared toward boys ages 6-14 and will feature currently popular programming such as “Phineas and Ferb”, “Gravity Falls” and […]

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She’s A Brick House: Lego 2 On The Way

by Alex Beanon February 21, 2014
As is the movie studio modus operandi these days, your sequel must be announced either before the first movie has been released or shortly afterward and “The Lego Movie” is no different as Warner Bros waited all of two weeks after the release of “The Lego Movie” to announce that a sequel is now on […]
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Hollywood Reporter on Developing the Cast of Oscar-Nominated Animated Films

by Ed Liuon February 21, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has spoken to different crew members of the five films nominated for this year’s Best Animated Feature Film Academy Awards, digging into ideas that defined characters in the films, or were changed or deleted during development. Included are tidbits like a different background for Grug in DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods; some ideas […]

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Peanuts, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Steve Jobs Planned as U.S. Postage Stamps

by Ed Liuon February 21, 2014
The Washington Post has uncovered a list of planned designs for upcoming U.S. postage stamps for 2014-2015, which includes Charles Schulz’s Peanuts, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and Apple co-founder and seminal Pixar figure Steve Jobs. Rudolph is listed as “Design Approved” for release in 2014 (alongside stamps commemorating events of the Civil War, the War […]
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Fantastic Four Cast Announced

by Alex Beanon February 20, 2014
The upcoming feature film from Fox, “Fantastic Four”, based on the popular comic book series, has its cast with the announcement of Kate Mara [“House of Cards”] as the Invisible Woman, Michael B. Jordan [“Fruitvale Station”] as the Human Torch, Miles Teller [“The Spectacular Now”] as Mr. Fantastic and Jamie Bell [“The Adventures of TinTin”] […]

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Hollywood Reporter Interviews Disney Animation's Andrew Millstein on "Frozen," "Big Hero 6"

by Ed Liuon February 19, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has interviewed Walt Disney Feature Animation executive VP and GM Andrew Millstein about the studio’s recent string of critical and box-office successes, focusing heavily on Frozen, followed by the upcoming Big Hero 6. Among other topics, Millstein discusses the development of Frozen (and some of the surprises along the way), the popularity […]
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"Frozen" Box Office Approaches $1 Billion Worldwide

by Ed Liuon February 19, 2014
Disney’s Frozen is closing in on $1 billion in ticket sales worldwide, with $5.8 million in domestic ticket sales and another $18.2 million from foreign markets bringing its cumulative total to date to $955.7 million. The total puts it right behind Toy Story 3 (just over $1 billion) and Despicable Me 2 ($970.76 million), making […]

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Guardians Of The Galaxy Trailer May Have You Hooked On A Feeling

by Alex Beanon February 19, 2014
The new trailer for “Guardians of the Galaxy” [release date: August 1, 2014] may have you hooked on a feeling, if Mac Davis has anything to say about it…
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Vanity Fair on the CalArts Alumni that Changed the Animation Business

by Ed Liuon February 14, 2014
Vanity Fair has examined a set of alumni from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) whose work has defined animation for a generation through work for Disney, DreamWorks, Fox, Laika, and other studios. The list of the alumni include John Lasseter, Tim Burton, Henry Selick, John Musker, Brad Bird, Gary Trousdale, and Genndy Tartakovsky, […]