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Shout! Factory Gets “Last Unicorn” Home Entertainment & Digital Distribution Rights in ITV Studios Deal

by Ed Liuon July 25, 2013
SHOUT! FACTORY AND ITV STUDIOS GLOBAL ENTERTAINMENT SIGN MULTI-FILM DEAL FOR HOME ENTERTAINMENT AND DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION Iconic Film Properties Include Internationally Acclaimed Movie Classic SOPHIE’S CHOICE, ON GOLDEN POND, THE EAGLE HAS LANDED, THE LAST UNICORN, THE TAMARIND SEED, CAPRICORN ONE, THE CASSANDRA CROSSING, BRIEF ENCOUNTER, SATURN 3, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, VOYAGE OF THE […]
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Disney Veterans Launch First Kickstarter to Produce Animated Feature Film

by Ed Liuon July 25, 2013
Aaron Blaise and Chuck Williams, veterans of the Disney Animation Studios, have launched the first Kickstarter project to produce an animated feature film. Titled “Art Story,” the movie will center on a boy and his grandfather who get stuck in the world of paintings, and must find their way home while foiling the plans of […]

New Clips Released from Disney’s “Planes”

by Ed Liuon July 24, 2013
Disney has released three new clips from Planes, the spin-off to Disney/Pixar’s Cars: “BULLDOG SHAMED” “DUSTY MEETS EL CHUPACABRA” “STRUT JETSTREAM” Disney’s Planes will be released in theaters on August 9, 2013. For more details, check out Toonzone’s earlier coverage here.

New Clip and Stills Released from “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox”

by Ed Liuon July 24, 2013
Warner Bros. Animation has released the following new clip and still from Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, the next new direct-to-video animated feature coming to DVD and Blu-ray on July 30, 2013. Click any thumbnail to enlarge: For more details on Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, check out Toonzone’s earlier coverage here.

Record Attendance For MCM Manchester Comic Con; Manga Entertainment Announces New UK Licenses

by Grant Whiteon July 24, 2013
Last Saturday’s MCM Manchester Comic Con saw record attendance of 19,340 visitors, beating last years also record breaking number of 11,300. In response to this trend next year’s Manchester event will extend to two days, covering 26th-27th July 2014. In attendance for the event were Manga Entertainment UK who announced a series of new forthcoming […]

Get Ready For Flying Monkeys – Warriors Of Oz Coming To SyFy

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2013
Get ready for more flying animals on the SyFy network – no, it’s not another sequel to “Sharknado” [though the thought of “Monkeynado” does have its charm] – as the science fiction-oriented channel will be producing “Warriors of Oz”, a television mini-series based on the popular “Wizard of Oz”. Set to be directed by Timur […]

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Trailer

by Alex Beanon July 22, 2013
It’s almost time for the 75th Hunger Games – and this year, it’s not just a game – as Katniss Everdeen [Jennifer Lawrence] is going to find out the hard way in this trailer for the upcoming sequel movie, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” [release date: November 22, 2013]…

“Despicable Me 2” Beats Out “Turbo” at Box Office Races

by Ed Liuon July 22, 2013
Universal/Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2 took in an estimated $25.06 million at the box office in its third week of release, bringing its domestic total to $276.16 million and placing it just behind the #1 box office draw for the weekend (Warner Bros. The Conjuring, which took in an estimated $41.53 million). However, Despicable Me […]

SDCC2013: Day Three Recap: Avengers Enter Age Of Ultron, X-Men Appear And Superheroes Unite

by Alex Beanon July 21, 2013
Day Three of Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego was insane with news and none of it was larger than the triple bombshells of Warner Bros announcing that Batman and Superman will team up for a movie, X-Men Appeared and Disney/Marvel have a name for their “Avengers” sequel. In Bombshell #1, Warner Bros. decided that instead […]

SDCC2013: Comic-Con 2013 Day Two Recap: Veronica Mars, Vikings and Zombies

by Alex Beanon July 20, 2013
Day Two of Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego is always a busy day and with the recent cultural obsession with zombies, it is perhaps fitting that 1979’s “Dawn of the Dead” – George Romero’s sequel to his 1968 “Night of the Living Dead” film that introduced a zombie apocalypse to the world – will be […]