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Despicable Trailer Roundup, Baby: “Despicable Me 3” and “Boss Baby” Trailers Released

by Ed Liuon December 16, 2016
With the holiday season upon us, thoughts turn to sugarplum fairies dancing in our heads, lords a-leaping, menorahs being lit, and the raft of animated movies coming our way in 2017. Universal/Illumination and DreamWorks Animation SKG have got the latter bit covered, at least, releasing new trailers for Despicable Me 3 and Boss Baby, respectively. […]
Billy Dee Williams

Billy Dee Williams to Voice Two-Face in “The LEGO Batman Movie”

by Ed Liuon December 1, 2016
On his Twitter feed, director Chris McKay confirmed that actor Billy Dee Williams will be voicing Two-Face in The LEGO Batman Movie. The actor played Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent, the alter-ego of Two-Face, in the first Tim Burton Batman movie, but never reprised the role in any of the movies afterwards, although draft […]

Moana Maui

NY Times on How and Why Maui Got So Big in Disney’s”Moana”

by Ed Liuon November 22, 2016
The New York Times examines the thinking that went into the character design of Maui, the demigod with the voice of Dwayne Johnson and animation supervision by Mack Kablan and Eric Goldberg, in Disney’s upcoming animated feature film Moana. The character is well-known in lore across the South Pacific islands, but nearly all earlier depictions […]

Finding Dory

Review: “Finding Dory” – She Doesn’t Find a Lot of Beasts, but She Does Find Herself

by Weathermanon November 21, 2016
How does one go about reviewing a movie like Finding Dory? It’s essentially bullet proof. Whether it’s the next Citizen Kane or the next Plan 9 From Outer Space, it would still be a runaway hit because these days, Disney is almost that good (even if The Good Dinosaur was a bit of a miss, […]

Jeff Smith Bone

“Kung Fu Panda” Director Mark Osborne to Tackle Animated “Bone”

by Ed Liuon November 17, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter states that Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne will be directing the animated adaptation of Jeff Smith’s graphic novel Bone for Warner Bros. Animation. He will co-write the script with Adam Kline, and the article states that the intention is for a trilogy of animated feature films to tell the story of […]
The Dam Keeper Oscar Short

Tonko House & 20th Century Fox Animation Turn “The Dam Keeper” from Short to Feature

by Ed Liuon November 17, 2016
TONKO HOUSE AND 20TH CENTURY FOX ANIMATION TEAM UP TO EXPAND THE WORLD OF THE DAM KEEPER INTO AN ALL-NEW, FEATURE-LENGTH FILM Oscar®-nominated directors Robert Kondo and Daisuke “Dice” Tsutsumi to direct feature (Los Angeles, California) Tonko House and 20th Century Fox Animation announced today that they are partnering to develop a feature film based […]

DreamWorks Trolls

Review: “Trolls” – Licensed Property Film with a Large Side Order of Bizarre

by Christopher Glennonon November 4, 2016
The word “troll” has so many different connotations. Whether it conjures pictures of hilariously bad horror movies or people anonymously spewing anger all over the Internet, trolls have moved far past their origins as ugly creatures of Scandinavian folklore. That also includes being known in pop culture as cute collectible dolls with wild hair. Cute […]
Skylanders Academy

Skylanders Academy Now Streaming On Netflix

by Todd Blackon October 28, 2016
The popular Skylanders series has officially arrived on Netflix via Skylanders Academy. The whole first season, which is 12 episodes long, is now available for viewing. With a second season already confirmed and coming to Netflix late next year. “We are so excited to bring Skylanders to families in a new, fun and exciting way,” […]