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PR: “White Collar” Star Matt Bomer to Attend World Premiere of “Superman: Unbound” at WonderCon 2013

by Ed Liuon March 28, 2013
WHITE COLLAR STAR MATT BOMER TO ATTEND WORLD PREMIERE OF SUPERMAN: UNBOUND FRIDAY, MARCH 29 AT WONDERCON 2013 Matt Bomer, star of USA Network’s hit series White Collar, has joined the panel for the World Premiere of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Superman: Unbound this Friday, March 29 at 6:00 p.m. as part of the WonderCon […]
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“Stan Lee’s Mighty 7” Being Adapted to Trilogy of Animated Movies

by Ed Liuon March 28, 2013
Superhero Hype reports that Archie Comics’ Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 comic book series will be adapted to a trilogy of animated movies by A Squared Entertainment and Lee’s POW Entertainment, with the first movie set to air on the Hub Network by the end of this year. The comic series bills itself as “the world’s […]

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Captain America Adds Sundance Flavor

by Alex Beanon March 28, 2013
The newest installment in the Captain America film franchise – “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” – is set to add Academy Award-winning veteran actor Robert Redford to the cast. Redford, who has been known in recent years for overseeing the Sundance Film Festival, will join Chris Evans [as Captain America] and is expected to play […]
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New “A Monster in Paris” Video Clips Released

by Ed Liuon March 28, 2013
Shout! Factory and Click Communications have released the following new video clips from A Monster in Paris, set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray on April 16, 2013. Clip – Egg Delivery Trailer – A Monster in Paris For more details, check out Toonzone’s earlier coverage here, and our exclusive video clip from the […]

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PR: “Necessary Evil: Villains of DC Comics” Documentary to Begin Production at WonderCon March 29-31, 2013

by Ed Liuon March 27, 2013
“Behind every great hero, there are a whole lot of villains.” – Geoff Johns NEW DOCUMENTARY NECESSARY EVIL: VILLAINS OF DC COMICS LEGENDARY VILLAIN CHRISTOPHER LEE NARRATES BURBANK, CA (March 26, 2013) – The Joker, Bane, Deathstroke, Darkseid and Lex Luthor — the scariest and most menacing villains in DC Comics’ universe — take center […]
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Annecy Animation Festival Announces 176-Film Slate for 2013

by Ed Liuon March 27, 2013
The Annecy Animation Festival has announced that a field of 2,461 submissions has been narrowed down to 176 films slated to compete in the 2013 Annecy International Animated Film Festival & Market from June 10-15, 2013. The full set of selections and categories is available at the Annecy web site.

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Review: “Tenchi Muyo! Movie Collection” Breaks the Muyo! Mold

by Chad Boninon March 27, 2013
Tenchi’s disappearing! Tenchi has a daughter! Tenchi disappeared! In the Tenchi Muyo! franchise’s three cinematic movies, the gang travels back in time, deals with daughters from the future (!?), and explores the world of restaurant work. Can the girls save Tenchi, save Tenchi, and save Tenchi? In these three movies, does Tenchi actually matter, or […]

Toonzone Interviews Stuart Forrest, CEO of Triggerfish, on “Adventures in Zambezia”

by Ed Liuon March 26, 2013
Stuart Forrest is a longtime animator and the current CEO of Triggerfish Animation Studios, based in Cape Town, South Africa. He began Triggerfish by doing stop-motion animation in his living room (much to the annoyance of his wife), before going on to doing animation for Sesame Street for six seasons, along with commercials and 30-minute […]

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“The Croods” Takes Box Office Crown in Debut Weekend with $44.7M Ticket Sales

by Ed Liuon March 25, 2013
DreamWorks Animation SKG’s The Croods has taken the top spot at the box office in its premiere weekend with an estimated $44.7 million in ticket sales domestically, bringing it even with the opening takes of How to Train Your Dragon ($43.7M) and Megamind ($46M) and well ahead of Rise of the Guardians ($23.77M). The opening […]
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Review: “The Croods” Isn’t as Evolved as It Could Be

by Todd DuBoison March 25, 2013
If titles were always entirely accurate, The Croods would be called Grug and Eep. At heart it’s not truly about the adventures and welfare of the titular stone age family, but rather the tale of a strained relationship between a father and his teenage daughter who yearns to break free of her family’s constraining lifestyle. […]