Paramount will release a new SpongBob SquarePants movie, Kid Screen reports. The film will be released in late 2014.
IGN is hosting an exclusive new trailer to The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra, the follow-up series to Nickelodeon’s hit Avatar: The Last Airbender. In addition, a new online fan club called “Korra Nation” has been launched on Facebook, which will provide fans with exclusive news and the opportunity to win a trip to this […]
The former lead designer on SpongeBob SquarePants is being sued for selling fake copies of his own work, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The class action suit, which is demanding $5 million from Todd White, alleges that a series of reproductions that were sold by White are technically inauthentic, and thus were sold under pretences […]
Dish Network has licensed four hundred episodes of live-action and animated fare from Cookie Jar, Animation Magazine reports. Licensed programming, which will be available to subscribers in the Blockbuster Home package, includes Inspector Gadget, Heathcliff, Sonic the Hedgehog, and The Adventures of Paddington Bear.
SpongeBob SquarePants: SpongeBob’s Super Bouncy Fun Time App Now Live! It’s jellyfish migration time and Bikini Bottom is swarming with jellyfish! Help SpongeBob SquarePants and his best friend, Patrick Star, collect them all using a super special ball blaster in this brand-new physics-puzzler-type adventure for iOS. Featuring voiceover from Tom Kenney, voice of SpongeBob, and […]
CATDOG: SEASON 1, PART 2 IN STORES MARCH 27, 2012 The Last 10 Episodes from the First Season of Nickelodeon’s Hit Animated Series Arrive On DVD From Shout! Factory (click to enlarge) LOS ANGELES-February 21, 2012 – The hilarity continues with the outrageous antics of the craziest conjoined twins you’ll ever encounter, made up of […]
DreamWorks Animation has released the following video clip from Puss in Boots, the spin-off movie from the Shrek franchise headlining the feline hero voiced by Antonio Banderas. The movie is slated for release on DVD, Blu-ray, and 3-D Blu-ray on Friday, February 24, 2012. For more details about the movie and its release on DVD […]
On the one hand, Transformers: Rescue Bots goes out of its way to balance out the importance of both its human and its robotic characters. The human characters are all at least as interesting and as developed as the robots, and they all have a strong reason for being there. The show also sets up […]
I am so lost. Well, that’s what I ought to be saying about “Orion Pax, Part 1,” the season 2 premiere of Transformers Prime, given that I’ve never watched the series and have been barely aware of its existence. Fortunately, the show (which is clearly pitched at a youthful demographic) knows that continuity for kiddoes […]
Any old movie runs the risk of looking dated to modern audiences. Intractable problems in classic films can often be solved in seconds by modern technology, cutting-edge film techniques can look awful or clichéd, and changing societal mores can make the innocuous into the questionable or the outright offensive. There’s a fine line that separates […]