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Toonzone Goes to the “Free Birds” Premiere Press Conference

by Christopher Glennonon October 31, 2013
Jimmy Hayward gained early directorial prominence as a commercial director and was one of the original animators of the computer-animated television series ReBoot. He then joined Pixar Animation to work on the first Toy Story and worked with the company for over a decade. He later joined 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios as […]

Aaron Taylor-Johnson Is Quicksilver

by Alex Beanon October 31, 2013
Aaron Taylor-Johnson [“Kick-Ass”] will be Quicksilver for the upcoming “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” – the sequel to 2012’s “The Avengers”. While the scope of Quicksilver’s role in the film has not been divulged but he is the son of Magneto, possesses super speed and twin brother of Scarlet Witch. “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” […]

toonzone at MCM London Comic Con October 2013 – Manga Entertainment UK Panel

by Grant Whiteon October 30, 2013
Chaired by Manga UK’s community liaison Jeremy Graves, acquisitions and marketing manager Jerome Mazandarani and product manager Andrew Hewson, the first announcement of the panel was that Dragonball GT will be released in two sets in 2014. The first set will be released in January with the second set following soon after in March.  This […]

Star Wars Reels In The Bloopers

by Alex Beanon October 30, 2013
Han Solo eats his mic, Chewbacca waves his big paw in front of Obi Wan Kenobi and Mark Hamill wonders how Luke Skywalker should pronounce “supernova” in this recently publicly unveiled [it appeared at Comic-Con this summer] 36-year old blooper reel from the original “Star Wars” film. Enjoy…[no sound for first 50 seconds]

Star Blazers On Course For Live Action Remake

by Alex Beanon October 30, 2013
The 1979 anime classic, “Star Blazers” has moved one step closer to a live-action remake with the announcement that screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie will also direct the anticipated film. The anime series voice-starred Eddie Allen [Dash Jordan] and Michael Bertolini [Homer Glitchman] and ran for 77 episodes in 1979 as it followed the crew of the […]

“Justice League: War” Trailer, Cover Art Revealed; Movie Comes to Home Video on 2/4/14

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison October 29, 2013
Warner Bros has announced Justice League: War, the next DC Universe Animated Original Movie, for a release date of February 4th, 2014 on a Blu-ray / DVD combo pack, on DVD and as a digital download. Warner Bros has also released the cover art and the official trailer for the movie, which is the first […]

DreamWorks Posts “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” Official Trailer

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison October 29, 2013
DreamWorks Animation recently released the official trailer for its upcoming 2014 movie Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Directed by Rob Minkoff (The Lion King) with a screenplay from Craig Wright and music by Danny Elfman, the film is an adventure comedy inspired by Ted Key’s “Peabody’s Improbable History” segments on The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, where […]

“X-Men: Days Of Future Past” Trailer

by Alex Beanon October 29, 2013
It’s all there. You’ve got your Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), your Professor X (Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy), your Magneto (Michael Fassbender), your Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), your Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage) and even your Warpath (Booboo Stewart). And now – finally – you have your X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer. But you’ll have to wait […]

Space Battleship Yamato Susumu Kodai

Review: “Space Battleship Yamato” Live Action Movie Blu-ray (UK Edition): To Boldly Go Where Mainstream Sci-Fi Has Gone Before

by Grant Whiteon October 28, 2013
There’s a pantheon of space opera anime that includes Gundam, Macross, Captain Harlock and Galaxy Express 999, to name a few. Those last two lead us to Space Battleship Yamato, which is arguably the greatest entrant from its co-creator Leiji Matsumoto. Indeed there can arguably be no better benchmark for a story being legendary than […]

Star Wars VII Play Jedi Mind Tricks – Switch Up Screenwriters

by Alex Beanon October 25, 2013
Just when you may have been thinking that it would be a smooth road set aglow with light saber lights all the way to 2015, a few potholes appeared for the highly anticipated upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VII” feature film. With the screenplay originally placed in the hands of Michael Arndt [who won an Academy […]