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Debbie Reynolds, Actress, 1932 – 2016

by Dan Collinson December 29, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter reported that Oscar-nominated actress Debbie Reynolds died Wednesday at Cedar-Sinai Hospital from a stroke at the age of 84. Her passing comes one day after the death of her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher. Reynolds was best known for starring in films like Singin’ in the Rain, Tammy and the Bachelor (which earned […]
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Carrie Fisher, Princess Leia Actress, 1956 – 2016

by Dan Collinson December 29, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter reports that actress and author Carrie Fisher died on Tuesday from complications of a heart attack she suffered four days earlier on a flight from London to Los Angeles. She was 60. Ms. Fisher was the daughter of actress Debbie Reynolds and singer Eddie Fisher. The couple divorced when Carrie was two […]

Supergirl Lives And Returns In January

by Alex Beanon December 23, 2016
Supergirl not only lives, but returns in January – specifically, January 23, 2017 – to shoot more lasers from her eyeballs…
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Gordon Hunt, Director and Acting Teacher, 1929 – 2016

by Ed Liuon December 20, 2016
Gordon Hunt passed away on Saturday night after battling Parkinson’s disease at the age of 87. His decades-long career included stints as an actor, acting teacher, and director, with a long stint as Hanna-Barbera’s voice director starting in the 1980’s and introducing a small flood of talent both in front of microphones and behind the […]

Pete's Dragon 2016 and Elena of Avalor Ready to Rule

Review: Disney’s”Pete’s Dragon” and “Elena of Avalor: Ready to Rule”

by Ed Liuon December 12, 2016
Disney’s new Pete’s Dragon remake highlights the small problem we have here at Toonzone that it’s harder to tell what’s an animated movie anymore. The original movie spliced a hand-drawn animated dragon with a live-action cast, which was novel at the time and was never a common movie-making technique. The remake replaces the hand-drawn dragon with […]

Assassin’s Creed Trailer – Nobody Expects The Spanish Inquisition!

by Alex Beanon December 10, 2016
“Assassin’s Creed”, the movie is coming your way on the very first day of 2017 and while it used to be safe to say that nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition – some do expect it because Apples of Eden can be tasty… Be our first to comment
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Spider-Man: Homecoming Revealed In TWO New Trailers

by Peter Paltridgeon December 9, 2016
A few hours ago, there were no Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers. Now there are two. The American trailer made its debut Thursday evening during Jimmy Kimmel Live. Remember when Sony used to pack the entire film into their Spider-Man trailers so there were almost no surprises on opening day? Well, Disney must have tugged at the […]

Spider-Man: Homecoming – Is This The Coolest Thing You’ve Ever Seen?

by Alex Beanon December 7, 2016
The full-on trailer for “Spider-Man: Homecoming” [release date: July 7, 2017] will be on its way tomorrow, but for now, you can satisfy your Spidey withdrawals with this teaser trailer… Be our first to comment
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Robert Kirkman And Conan Meet, Discuss Objects Flattering And Stupid

by Peter Paltridgeon December 6, 2016
Robert Kirkman, graphic novelist and creator of The Walking Dead, was one of the guests on last night’s Conan episode. One of the first things Conan pointed out was that they now sell Negan’s bat, and while the “barbed wire” is rubber, the bat portion is quite functional. Another Walking Dead product Conan found questionable […]