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Justice Arrives In Robocop Reboot Trailer

by Alex Beanon September 10, 2013
Justice has arrived – in a more tactical black armor suit instead of the more bureaucratic old-school silver suit – in the trailer for the reboot of “Robocop”, starring Joel Kinnaman [“The Killing”] in the title role and Michael Keaton as the bad guy. The release is currently scheduled for February 7, 2014…

Max Steel Lives…In 2014

by Alex Beanon September 10, 2013
The teen alien superhero Max Steel has been given the green light for a live-action feature film release next year. Taylor Lautner [“Twilight”] will star in the title role as teenager Maxwell McGrath who teams up with his alien pal Steel to combat baddies. Nine animated movie versions of the “Max Steel” franchise have been […]

Review: “Robin Hood” Blu-ray – A Slight But Enjoyable Effort

by SB20xxon September 6, 2013
Robin Hood isn’t often lumped in with the great Disney animated films, and while I wouldn’t pretend to claim it’s one of my all-time favorites, I genuinely like it and think it deserves some credit. I say this because when you consider much of the competition in the ’70s, it looks amazing. Sure, Ralph Bakshi […]

PR: MCM To Launch Ireland Comic Con, Expand Scotland Comic Con in 2014

by Grant Whiteon September 4, 2013
MCM IRELAND COMIC CON – RDS, DUBLIN – 12-13 APRIL MCM To Launch Ireland Comic Con, Expand Scotland Comic Con in 2014 Do you live in Ireland? Are you a fan of sci-fi, videogames, comics, cosplay or anime? Well, mark 12-13 April 2014 down in your diary, because that’s the date that the inaugural MCM […]

Transformers Moves Into Age Of Extinction

by Alex Beanon September 4, 2013
The fourth installment of the Transformers feature film series finally has a title – “Transformers: Age of Extinction” – to go along with its staggering array of new vehicles which includes a Bugatti, Lamborghini and the new Corvette Stingray. The fourth film stars Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci and Kelsey Grammer. “Transformers: Age of Extinction” is […]

PR: Play Saints Row IV and Killer Is Dead at MCM Scotland Comic Con

by Grant Whiteon September 2, 2013
MCM SCOTLAND COMIC CON – GLASGOW SECC – 7 SEPTEMBER Play Saints Row IV and Killer Is Dead at MCM Scotland Comic Con Two of the hottest new videogames are gunning for glory in Glasgow this Saturday, with publisher Deep Silver giving MCM Scotland Comic Con visitors the chance to get hands-on with über cool […]

It’s Official: Bradley Cooper Is A Raccoon

by Alex Beanon August 31, 2013
After years and years – okay, only a few weeks – of negotiations, Bradley Cooper has officially signed on to play the gun-toting Rocket Raccoon in the upcoming “Guardians of the Galaxy” film. This will be Cooper’s animated voice role for a movie as well as his first superhero-themed movie and he joins a cast […]

Claymation Pioneer Will Vinton Receives 2013 Italian Animation Life Achievement Award

by Ed Liuon August 30, 2013
Animation World Network reports that famed stop-motion animator Will Vinton has received the 2013 Italian Animation Life Achievement Award from the Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles and Cinema Without Borders. Vinton has long been known as the pioneer of “Claymation,” with the iconic stop-motion animated California Raisins ad campaign being one of his most […]

Review: “Starzinger: The Movie Collection” Is an Ill-Fated Journey to the West

by Ed Liuon August 30, 2013
I was a bit too young for the first wave of anime to hit American shores, led by Speed Racer and Gigantor, but got hit right smack in the middle of the second one, led by Battle of the Planets and Star Blazers. Mixed in with those latter two titles were several unrelated TV serials […]

New “Scooby-Doo” Animated Movie in the Works at Warner Bros

by Todd DuBoison August 29, 2013
Variety reports that Warner Bros is working on an untitled animated feature film for the long-lived “Scooby-Doo” mystery-comedy franchise. The project is being developed with Atlas Entertainment with Charles Roven and Richard Suckle as producers, who also produced a pair of movies that used human actors and CG animation for the Great Dane himself: the […]