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"Race": Fast Ride to No Place Special

What exactly is the point of independent cinema? Put this question to any lover of art movies and you’ll likely get a dismissive nose sigh and a thin-pitched, whiny little screed about the freedom to make Important, Serious, Thought-Provoking and Experimental films without the grubby interference of low-brow Hollywood types who are only out to […]

Clips & Stills from "Alpha and Omega" 3-D

Toonzone News is proud to present the following video clips and stills from Alpha and Omega 3-D, the upcoming feature film from Lionsgate slated to premiere on September 17, 2010. Click the images to play the clips (requires QuickTime): <!– <!– Right-click (control-click on a Mac) on any of the links below to download the […]

"Titan A.E.": "Drej" Is A Pretty Good Description

Titan A.E. had everything going for it. It was written by Joss Whedon, the guy who gave us Firefly and Serenity. It was directed by Don Bluth, who gave us The Secret of NIMH. With talent like that, it should have been an excellent animated sci-fi film. Instead, it isn’t. The story starts off with […]

"TRON": Shiny Graphics on a Rattle-Trap Game Engine

I’m a computer programmer by training, and have resigned myself to the fact that my chosen profession is probably never going to get an accurate screen presentation in Hollywood. Frankly, the act of programming a computer is completely boring to anybody who’s not doing it, which has forced Hollywood to some creative flights of fancy […]

The Fantasia 2-Movie Collection Coming November 30th

Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 are coming to Blu-ray and DVD November 30th. Although the films were originally going to be released under Disney’s Diamond Edition line, it would seem those plans have been scrapped along with the advertised Fantasia World that was believed to contain recent unavailable Disney shorts. The Oscar-nominated Walt Disney/Salvador Dali collaboration […]

My Goodness!: Ed Asner on "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse"

Ed Asner is the first talent to speak about Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, the next in the DC/Warner Premiere line of direct-to-DVD animated movies. In this studio-provided interview, Asner talks about men playing women, why he loves cartoons—and the importance of spunk. SEVEN-TIME EMMY AWARD WINNER ED ANSER REPRISES GRANNY GOODNESS ROLE IN SUPERMAN/BATMAN: APOCALYPSE Seven-time Emmy […]

"G.I. Joe - The Rise of Cobra": An Action Film That's Actually Fun

Licensed action movies this year have not had the best of times. X-Men Origins: Wolverine was merely decent at best (though I liked it), Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li had about as much in common with its namesake as the Super Mario Bros. movie, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was just a mess […]

Disney Withdraws from ASIFA and the Annie Awards

Variety reports that the Walt Disney Company and Pixar have decided to withdraw from ASIFA-Hollywood over concerns on the way the Annie Awards are judged. According to the report, one major issue between Disney and the ASIFA board is that anyone can buy a membership to ASIFA, while other awards-granting boards like the Academy of […]

Briefly: What Do Sylvain Chomet and T.I. Have in Common?

* The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Sci-Tech committee has named its selections for the 2010 Scientific and Technology awards, including 2 products each from Pixar and DreamWorks Animation; one from Sony Pictures Imageworks; and one from Walt Disney Feature Animation. [Hollywood Reporter] * Art Marcum and Matt Holloway (Iron Man, Punisher: War […]

"Looney Tunes Super Stars": Getting It With the Bottom of Both Barrels

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably at one time or another fantasized about running a big-time Hollywood cartoon studio or network. And after you’ve run through the usual fantasies about embezzling millions and squirreling off to a country without an extradition treaty—or I am the only one with such fantasies?—you naturally start pondering what […]

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