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Electro Arrives At Comic-Con 2013

by Alex Beanon July 19, 2013
Electro [Jamie Foxx] – slated to be Spidey’s nemesis in the upcoming Spider-Man 2 [release date: April 17, 2014] makes an appearance in Hall H at Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego today…

PR: “From Up on Poppy Hill” Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and Cable VOD on September 3, 2013

by Ed Liuon July 19, 2013
“Visual Magic!” — A.O. Scott, New York Times “Stunning! As Beautiful a Hand-Drawn Animated Feature As You Are Likely to See” — Kenneth Turan, LA Times “One of the shimmering highlights of the year!” — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune “Gorgeous!” — Scott Tobias, NPR   FROM LEGENDARY STORYTELLER HAYAO MIYAZAKI AND STUDIO GHIBLI COMES AN INTERNATIONALLY […]

SyFy Gives Sharknado A Bite Of The Big Apple In Sequel

by Alex Beanon July 17, 2013
It’s “Sharknado” week at the SyFy channel and with their meant-to-be-bad original movie “Sharknado” – about a global warming-caused tornado full of sharks raining down on Los Angeles – rerunning on Thursday, the channel has announced that they will be creating a sequel with the tornado-laden sharks coming to take Manhattan. SyFy has not yet […]

Comic-Con 2013: Fox Brings Apes And A Wolverine

by Alex Beanon July 17, 2013
When the daily schedules for Comic-Con 2013 were announced last week, Fox was the only major studio which declined to divulge what they would be doing for the annual wildly popular geek convention – but they finally came clean and announced they will be bringing a bunch of animals to San Diego this week. For […]

Cast and Details confirmed for “Justice League: War”

by Dan Collinson July 16, 2013
The World’s Finest reports that the next DC animated film will deal with the New 52 version of the Justice League in Justice League: War.  Based on Geoff Johns’ origin story, the film deals with the beginning of the World’s Greatest Super Heroes as they team up to face a sinister evil threatening Earth. The cast […]

NY Times on DreamWorks Animation’s Chief Creative Officer Bill Damaschke

by Ed Liuon July 16, 2013
The New York Times has profiled Bill Damaschke, the chief creative officer of DreamWorks Animation SKG, and his increasingly important role in the studio’s films, including the upcoming Turbo.  Among other topics, the article discusses the many initiatives that are causing DreamWorks’ CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg to spend less time in creative decision-making on the features, […]

Clips Released from “Robotech: Shadow Chronicles/Love Live Alive” 2-Movie Collection

by Ed Liuon July 16, 2013
Click Communications has released the following new video clips from the Robotech: 2-Movie Collection DVD set, collecting Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles Collector’s Edition and the premiere of Robotech: Love Live Alive. Marcus’ Flashback (Pencil Test): The Regess Warns Ariel Scott and Ariel’s Relationship (BTS) The Robotech: 2-Movie Collection DVD will be released on July 23, […]

PR: Disney XD Platform Transforms to Disney Fandom, a Three-Night Event Beginning Tuesday, July 30th

by on July 16, 2013
DISNEY XD PLATFORM TRANSFORMS TO DISNEY FANDOM, A THREE-NIGHT EVENT SHOWCASING PROGRAMMING FROM DISNEY, PIXAR, STAR WARS, MARVEL AND MORE, BEGINNING TUESDAY, JULY 30 Fans will also get a sneak peek at Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Marvel’s “Thor: The Dark World,” Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and Marvel’s “Guardians of […]

First “How to Train Your Dragon 2” Teaser Trailer Posted

by Todd DuBoison July 15, 2013
DreamWorks Animation has posted the first teaser trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2, the studio’s sequel to the original 2010 film that adapated Cressida Cowell’s titular children’s book series. Composer John Powell and the original voice cast are returning for the sequel, while co-director Dean DeBlois is working as both director and screenwriter. […]

SyFy’s Sharknado Causes A Twitter Storm

by Alex Beanon July 13, 2013
The SyFy cable network channel debuted “Sharknado” last week – one of a long line of its original B-movie titles that pay homage to classic sci-fi B-movie genre – and the numbers are officially in. While much of America mostly ignored the television movie premiere on July 11 about a global warming-originated shark-infused tornado, celebrities, […]