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Byron Howard and Rich Moore Zootopia

Interview: Trying Everything with “Zootopia” Co-Directors Byron Howard and Rich Moore

by Ed Liuon June 8, 2016
With more than 20 years at the studio, Byron Howard is a veteran of Walt Disney Feature Animation, starting as an animator on Pocahontas, Lilo & Stitch, Brother Bear, and the short film “John Henry.” He was co-director with Chris Williams on Bolt (which earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Feature), and then […]
Rick and Morty Season 2

Review: “Rick and Morty” Season Two Blu-ray Is Squanching Fantastic!

by Neo Yion June 6, 2016
Rick and Morty manages to pull in more content in twenty-one episodes than most other shows can manage in a multi-season lifespan. Its comical deconstruction of the sci-fi genre is delightfully tongue-in-cheek and cleverly demented. In its first season, the kid-with-a-mentor story trope took  firm bunt to the head, analyzing the whimsical, fun-filled adventures as […]

Voltron: Legendary Defender

New Clips from “Voltron Legendary Defender” Released

by Ed Liuon June 3, 2016
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Batman The Killing Joke

“Batman: The Killing Joke” to Premiere at Comic-Con International on July 22, 2016

by Ed Liuon June 3, 2016
WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT SLATES WORLD PREMIERE OF BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE JULY 22 AT COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL BURBANK, CA (JUNE 3, 2016) – Continuing a decade-long tradition, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) will host the World Premiere of its latest DC Universe Original Movie – this time, the highly anticipated Batman: The Killing Joke – […]

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Making Roads Very Important In Civ VI

by Todd Blackon June 3, 2016
How you make roads has changed over the course of the Civilization franchise. At first, you could simply build a worker, then have them construct a road. In Civ VI though, at least in the early part of the game, the caravans will be the only way to build roads between your cities. This is […]
Civilization Slated To Be Saved In October 2016

Take A Closer Look At Civilization VI’s Reveal Trailer!

by Todd Blackon June 1, 2016
Reveal trailers are meant to inspire as well as tease what’s to come. Many times, because of the desire to just see the trailer, we miss some of the hidden gems or items that are hidden in plain sight or just out of our attention. Thus, it requires a slowed down take to take it […]

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“Justice League vs. Teen Titans” Roundtable Interviews

by Christopher Glennonon May 31, 2016
At WonderCon 2016, DC Animation screened Justice League vs. Teen Titans, the latest in the line of DC Universe Animated Movies. Prior to the screening, Toonzone News and other members of the press were able to sit down with the cast and crew of the movie for a series of roundtable interviews. In attendance were […]
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Amazon’s New Pilot Season Debuts June 17, 2016

by Ed Liuon May 31, 2016
Amazon’s New Pilot Season, Featuring Award-Winning and Acclaimed Roster of Talent, Debuts June 17 on Amazon Video Shows feature notable talent, including Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lauren Ambrose, David Krumholtz, Jessica Pare, David Arquette, Thomas Lennon, Zoe Kravitz, Michael Pena and Erik Griffin SEATTLE—May 26, 2016—(NASDAQ: AMZN)— Amazon today announced the lineup for its next […]

LEGO Scooby-Doo Haunted Hollywood

“LEGO Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood” Interviews: James Arnold Taylor, Rick Morales, & Jim Krieg

by Christopher Glennonon May 31, 2016
At WonderCon 2016, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment premiered LEGO Scooby-Doo!:Haunted Hollywood. Prior to the screening, Toonzone News was able to sit down with director Rick Morales, writer Jim Krieg, and actor James Arnold Taylor for interviews. JAMES ARNOLD TAYLOR JAMES ARNOLD TAYLOR: In this I’m Chet. Chet Braxton. TOONZONE NEWS: This isn’t your first foray […]
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Review: “Transformers: Robots in Disguise” Season One – (Mostly) Revs Up and Rolls Out

by Ed Liuon May 27, 2016
Enjoying the Transformers franchise means accepting the inherent ridiculousness of the concept, which makes for some extremely cool toys but requires all kinds of story-driven gyrations for any of it to make sense. The most successful Transformers series present characters and problems that are interesting enough on their own merits to keep the audience from […]