Warner Bros. Unveils Its Superhero Lineup For The Remainder Of The Decade

by Alex Beanon October 15, 2014
Warner Bros. has provided a helping hand to the teenagers of the nation and revealed its DC Comics-based superhero feature film lineup for the remainder of the decade – allowing teenagers to plan out their dating schedule for the remainder of their high school years. Some of the film release dates were already known but […]

Paddington And Underdogs Moved To Later In 2015

by Alex Beanon October 15, 2014
Originally scheduled for releases in December and January, respectively, The Weinstein Company has moved two of its feature film projects – “Paddington” and “Underdogs” – to dates later next year. “Paddington”, based on the popular children’s book series about a word traveling plush bear from Peru, had been scheduled to open on Christmas and “Underdogs” […]


Mr. Peabody & Sherman Blu-ray and DVD Set To Emerge from Wayback Machine

by Alex Beanon October 13, 2014
The Blu-ray and DVD discs for this spring’s “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” are due to arrive tomorrow and although the movie did decent enough at the box office, the real draw for the Blu-ray and DVD versions are the extras which give out some nice golden nuggets from the show’s origin on “The Rocky & […]


Victor Garber Cast As Half Of Firestorm For The Flash

by Alex Beanon October 9, 2014
Victor Garber [the law professor from “Legally Blonde”] has been cast as Dr. Martin Stein – the brilliantly self-obsessed nuclear physicist who combines with younger Ronnie Raymond [played by Robbie Amell, brother of “Arrow”‘s Stephen Amell] and transforms into Firestorm – for the CW superhero drama series, “The Flash”. The next episode of “The Flash” […]

PR: Rotten Spellers- Nick Jr. UK Launches Wallykazam! By Revealing Britain’s 50 Most Common Misspellings

by Grant Whiteon October 6, 2014
Wallykazam! clip from Nickelodeon UK on Vimeo. ROTTEN SPELLERS – OCCASSIONALLY, BRITS FACE EMBARRASSMENT AS THEY STRUGGLE TO SPELL NECESSARY WORDS –   London, Monday 6th October – ‘Embarrassment’, ‘occasionally’ and ‘necessary’ have been named among the words Brits have most difficulty spelling, it emerged yesterday. Researchers, who carried out a study among 2,000 adults, […]

Laurent Witz Shows New Yorkers Why They Should Donate Their Organs

Laurent Witz Shows New Yorkers Why They Should Donate Their Organs

by Alex Beanon October 1, 2014
Laurent Witz – who won this year’s Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for “Mr. Hublot” – has helped create a campaign commercial for LongLiveNY.org to try and convince New Yorkers to become organ donors. The state of New York currently is ranked 49th out of the 50 states in organ donation and has […]

Boss Baby Adds Baldwin And Spacey

by Alex Beanon October 1, 2014
Upcoming Dreamworks Animation movie “Boss Baby” has added Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey as dueling baby geniuses with Baldwin collaborating with his older brother to take down an impostor [Spacey] in a story line similar to Stewie of “Family Guy” and his frequent duels with his alter-egos. “Boss Baby” is currently scheduled to be released […]

Thunder and the House of Magic

Toonzone Interviews Ben Stassen, Co-Director of “Thunder and the House of Magic”

by Ed Liuon September 30, 2014
Belgian filmmaker Ben Stassen has been a longtime proponent of 3-D cinema. He founded nWave Pictures in 1994, producing CGI films for theme park rides and IMAX theaters. Several of his films are also in the “4-D” market, where 3-D movies are mated to physical effects to create an even more immersive experience. His most […]

Jack And His Cuckoo Clock Heart Coming To Blu-ray And DVD Next Week

by Alex Beanon September 29, 2014
With an animation style shout-out to Tim Burton, the animated French film “Jack and the Cuckoo Clock Heart” has Jack as a boy living in 1874 Edinburgh who has been given a cuckoo clock heart due to the fact that he was born on the coldest day on Earth – an event which caused his […]