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Toonzone Presents: New "Tron: Legacy" Trailer

Walt Disney Studios has released a new trailer for Tron: Legacy, the sequel to the 1982 movie Tron that was one of the first movies to utilize CGI animation. Tron: Legacy will be released on December 17, 2010.

Disney Releases Bonus Video Clips from "Princess and the Frog" DVD/Blu-ray

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released several clips and videos from the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release of The Princess and the Frog. PRINCESS KISS MONTAGE MUSIC OF NEW ORLEANS (Bonus Feature) FEATURETTE: THE RETURN TO THE ANIMATED MUSICAL (Bonus Feature) WDSHE has also released the following “Fun Facts” about the movie: FUN FACTS […]

"Evangelion 1.01: You Are (Not) Alone" In Thinking There Should Be More Here

FUNimation has recently released Evangelion 1.11 to DVD. Don’t be misled: This is not the second movie in the Evangelion Rebuild tetralogy. It’s the “fixed” version of 1.01: You Are (Not) Alone. Certain segments were color corrected, and around three minutes of new animation was added. This upgrade is indistinguishable from the original without comparing […]

82nd Academy Awards: "Up" Wins Best Animated Feature, Best Original Score

The 82nd Academy Awards have all been awarded. Below are the winners in all the categories which had an animated film in contention: Best Animated Feature Film: Disney/Pixar’s Up (Directed by Pete Docter) (08:59 PM EST) (Watch Pete Docter’s acceptance speech at oscar.go.com) Best Original Song: “The Weary Kind (Theme from Crazy Heart)” from Crazy […]

"My Neighbor Totoro" - A True Masterpiece from a True Master

The real problem in attempting to write a review of Hayao Miayzaki’s My Neighbor Totoro is the nagging fear that the English language doesn’t contain enough superlatives to properly convey how truly wonderful the movie is. I do not exaggerate when I say that I believe My Neighbor Totoro is one of the best movies […]

Ed Asner Talks "Up"

CNN has posted an edited version of an interview with actor Ed Asner, focusing on his role as Carl Fredricksen in Disney/Pixar’s Up and his one-man show Sunrise at Campobello, where he portrays Franklin D. Roosevelt. Among other topics, Asner reveals that he “never stopped loving cartoons” but hadn’t seen a Pixar movie until WALL-E, […]

NY Times on the Making & Marketing of "The Secret of Kells"

The New York Times has delved into the unlikely success story of The Secret of Kells (free registration required), the independent Irish animated feature film made for €6 million (approx. US$8 million) that managed to snag an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature against stiff competition from Disney, DreamWorks, Pixar, and other Hollywood animation heavy […]

Zack Snyder's "Guardians of Ga'Hoole" Retitled to "Legend of the Guardians"

The Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision weblog is reporting that Guardians of Ga’Hoole, an animated movie to be directed by Zack Snyder (Watchmen, 300), has been retitled Legend of the Guardians. The movie adapts a book series by Kathryn Lasky about a group of kidnapped owls seeking the guardians of the title. The movie will star […]

"Ponyo": Waves of Cute on a High Quality Blu-ray

Ponyo is one of those films a mere review can’t do justice to. Oh sure, I can try to explain how beautiful the painted backdrops are, how meticulous the animation is in replicating real physical actions (not to mention how stunning the environmental effects are), and how the story is engaging without your typical “three […]

"Castle In The Sky": Lofty Goals?

Legends speak of a castle, sailing high through the air, known as Laputa. One man has seen the island and lived to tell about it, but his crazy stories have left him an outcast. His son means to find this island in order to prove his father right, and he may get his wish after […]

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