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Review: “Berserk: The Golden Age Movie I – The Egg of the King (UK Edition)”: Hail to the King

by Grant Whiteon January 25, 2013
The problem with animated adaptations of serialised manga is that the creators are attempting to adapt a series that may be years away from its conclusion. This isn’t a problem if you’re pretty much guaranteed to get enough episodes to cover everything, as is practically a rule with Shonen Jump adaptations, but it can cause […]
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Beeline Interactive and Sony Pictures Consumer Products launch GhostBusters game for Apple Smartphones.

by on January 24, 2013
Beeline Interactive, Inc, a developer and publisher of social smartphone games, and Sony Pictures Consumer Products announced today their “Ghostbusters” App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now available for purchase at the app store. Based on the Ghostbusters film series, the game puts players in charge of their own Ghostbusters franchise.   From their […]

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“Superman: Unbound” to Premiere at WonderCon 2013

by Dan Collinson January 24, 2013
The Superman Homepage reports that the new animated Superman movie Superman: Unbound will have its world premiere at WonderCon 2013 in Anaheim, California.  The Man of Steel must stop an alien who destroying planets throughout the galaxy, and has plans for Earth as his next target. The new film is based on Superman: Brainiac by the […]
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Review: “Frankenweenie” Is a Very Tim Burtony Kind of Film

by Weathermanon January 23, 2013
Victor Frankensteinn (that’s Frahnkunshteen! … No, no it isn’t) is a lonely young boy. He lives in a colorless world, in a faceless suburb called New Holland filled with bland adults and weird children. His parents are mostly oblivious, and his next door neighbor, Mr. Bergermeister, the town’s mayor, just plain doesn’t like Victor or […]

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PR: Actor Josh Duhamel To Host Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards 2013

by Grant Whiteon January 23, 2013
Star-Studded Slime Fest to hit UK screens on Sunday, 24th March at 5:30pm London, 23rd January 2013 – Kids’ Choice Awards slime recipient and Transformers actor, Josh Duhamel  (Transformers: Dark of the Moon, New Year’s Eve  and upcoming Safe Haven) will take the reins for the first time as host of Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards […]
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“Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2” New Clip & Image Released – The Joker and Dave Endochrine

by Ed Liuon January 23, 2013
Warner Bros. Animation has released the following new clip from Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2, the upcoming new direct-to-video animated movie from DC Entertainment. In it, the Joker reveals a surprise for talk show host Dave Endochrine (voiced by Conan O’Brien): Click the thumbnail below to enlarge: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part […]

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Adele to Perform Academy Award Nominated James Bond’s “Skyfall” at the Oscars

by on January 23, 2013
Multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Adele will perform the Oscar-nominated theme song from the latest James Bond movie at the 85th Academy Awards, the show’s producers announced today. “Skyfall,” from the film of the same name, was announced as a nominee for Original Song at the Academy’s Nominations Announcement on January 10. The song, written by Adele […]
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Disney Cancels 3D Theatrical Release For “The Little Mermaid”

by Todd DuBoison January 17, 2013
The Walt Disney Company announced on Monday that it will not go forward with plans to screen a 3D edition of its 1989 film The Little Mermaid this year. After the 3D edition of The Lion King earned nearly $100 million in 2011 Disney had announced plans to convert the film to 3D for a theatrical […]

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DreamWorks Offers Sneak Peek At “The Croods”

by Todd DuBoison January 16, 2013
On Monday, DreamWorks Animation released a 32-second clip previewing its upcoming animated comedy The Croods. Directed and written by Kirk DeMicco and Chris Sanders, the film tells the story of a prehistoric family forced to search for a new home when an earthquake displaces them from their familiar cave. The world premiere for The Croods will […]
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Pixar’s “Brave” Wins Golden Globe For Best Animated Feature

by Todd DuBoison January 14, 2013
At the award ceremony for the 70th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night, the award for Best Animated Feature Film was won by Pixar’s 2012 film Brave. The award was accepted on stage by Mark Andrews, who succeeded story creator Brenda Chapman as the film’s director in 2010. Brave‘s competition for the Golden Globe award was […]