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Dory Gets Her Own Flick

by Alex Beanon April 2, 2013
Ever since showing up solo in “Finding Nemo”, director Andrew Stanton wondered to himself, why was she alone? Now he will answer that question for himself and the rest of us in a sequel film titled “Finding Dory” that focuses on Dory and will have Ellen DeGeneres reprising her voice role for the blue tang […]
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PR: “Disney•Pixar’s “Finding Dory” to Dive into Theaters November 25, 2015

by Ed Liuon April 2, 2013
STILL SWIMMING! Disney•Pixar’s “Finding Dory” to Dive into Theaters November 25, 2015 Ellen DeGeneres, the Voice of the Beloved Blue Tang Fish in 2003’s “Finding Nemo,” Shares Plans for the All-New Big-Screen Adventure BURBANK, Calif. (April 2, 2013) – When Dory said “just keep swimming” in 2003’s Oscar®-winning film “Finding Nemo,” she could not have […]

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Birth Announcement: Iron Man 3 Has Twins

by Alex Beanon April 2, 2013
Seeking to placate Chinese censors that undercut the latest James Bond flick “Skyfall” and also make as much money as possible, of course – Marvel has announced that there will be two versions of “Iron Man 3” released next month – one for China [where it was filmed] and one for the good old US […]
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Psst! It’s A Secret Service

by Alex Beanon April 1, 2013
It’s not very often – in fact, it borders on rare – that you can make a movie about a secret service agency and have it appeal to a wide ranging audience. It’s either going to be a suspenseful thriller starring Harrison Ford or Tommy Lee Jones that chases away the youth of America or […]

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Don Payne, “Simpsons” Scriptwriter, 1964 – 2013

by Ed Liuon April 1, 2013
Writer Don Payne passed away on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at his home in Los Angeles, CA, at the age of 48. The cause was sarcoma, according to fellow writer John Frink, who worked with Payne as a scriptwriter on The Simpsons. Frink and Payne wrote for sitcoms like Hope and Gloria and Men Behaving […]
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“The Croods” Takes #2 Box Office Spot in Week 2 for $88.6M 10-Day Total

by Ed Liuon April 1, 2013
DreamWorks Animation SKG’s The Croods took the #2 spot at the box office for Easter weekend with estimated ticket sales of $26.5 million, bringing its cumulative 10-day total to an estimated $88.6 million. The movie came in second place behind G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the sequel to 2009’s G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra which brought […]

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Review: “Wizards” Proves Itself Experimental to a Fault

by Todd DuBoison April 1, 2013
Perhaps the most impressive thing about Ralph Bakshi’s Wizards is that it was ever created in the first place. The director once described it as “my homage to Tolkien in the American idiom” and a “fantasy for American kids,” yet ultimately Bakshi’s 1978 take on The Lord of the Rings would represent his best attempt […]
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James Tucker to Replace Bruce Timm as Supervising Producer at DC Animation

by Ed Liuon March 29, 2013
Voices from Krypton has announced that Bruce Timm will be stepping down as the supervising producer at DC Animation, handing over his oversight of both animated TV series and direct-to-video movies  to James Tucker (Batman: The Brave and the Bold). In comments to Voices From Krypton, Tucker stated that DC Animation will be stepping away […]

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PR: “Gaiking: The Movie Collection” Coming to DVD on May 21, 2013

by Ed Liuon March 29, 2013
GAIKING: THE MOVIE COLLECTION Contains Three Feature-Length Movies Edited From the Original Series, Plus A Brand-New English Language Track! COLLECTIBLE 2-DVD SET ARRIVES ON HOME ENTERTAINMENT SHELVES EVERYWHERE ON MAY 21, 2013 FROM SHOUT! FACTORY An iconic classic from the golden age of Japanese animation, Gaiking the transforming super robot is back in a trio […]
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Review: “Adventures in Zambezia” Offers Well-Worn But Enjoyable Family Fun

by Ed Liuon March 29, 2013
If Adventures in Zambezia had been released by a major Hollywood studio, it would be solid and enjoyable but largely unremarkable fare. The fact that it is the first animated feature film by South Africa’s Triggerfish Animation Studios and was made for a fraction of what most animated features cost today makes it much more […]