Assassin’s Creed Flick Adds Jeremy Irons

by Alex Beanon October 2, 2015
The upcoming film adaptation of Ubisoft’s popular “Assassin’s Creed” video game series has added veteran actor Jeremy Irons [“Reversal of Fortune” and “The Lion King”] to the cast. Irons Michael Fassbender will play the lead role in the film, joined by Marion Cotillard in a co-starring role. For the film, Irons will play Fassbender’s character’s […]

Review: “009 Re:Cyborg (UK Edition)”: A Re:Boot That Needs Re:Considering

by Grant Whiteon October 1, 2015
Fans of Japanese pop culture will likely be familiar with Shotaro Ishinomori, one of the key architects of the framework for many long running superhero works such as Super Sentai and Kamen Rider. One of his only slightly less well known works is Cyborg 009. Sharing themes with Kamen Rider, the story focuses on nine […]

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“Hotel Transylvania 2” Breaks September Box Office Record with $48.46M Debut Weekend

by Ed Liuon September 29, 2015
Sony Pictures Animation’s Hotel Transylvania 2 earned $48.46 million in its debut weekend in theaters, beating out the first Hotel Transylvania movie’s box office take by almost $6 million and setting a new top-grossing record for a September movie premiere. The sequel handily beat the next competitor, Warner Bros’ The Intern, which grossed $17.73M over […]

Toonzone News Interviews Wit Studio’s Kotomi Deai & Hiroshi Shimizu About “The Rolling Girls”

by Grant Whiteon September 29, 2015
This past weekend Wit Studio’s Kotomi Deai and Hiroshi Shimizu attended MCM Glasgow Comic Con to promote their work on the studio’s latest hit The Rolling Girls, licensed by Anime Limited for UK Blu-ray and DVD release in 2016. Collectively the pair have ample experience in the Japanese animation industry and Toonzone News got the […]

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Deleted Scene

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Deleted Scene

by Alex Beanon September 27, 2015
A deleted scene from “Avengers: Age of Ultron” was released by Marvel over the weekend, depicting Thor getting paid a visit by the Norns in a mystery cave…

“Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin II” To Receive World Premiere At MCM London Comic Con

by Grant Whiteon September 27, 2015
Anime Limited have announced plans to present a special ‘MCM Loves Anime’ film festival the Saturday of next month’s MCM London Comic Con (23rd-25th October), an off shoot of AL’s involvement with the annual Scotland Loves Anime event. The centrepiece of the event will be the world premiere of Mobile Suit Gundam The Origin II: Artesia’s […]


Sigourney Weaver Joins List Of Ghostbusters Alumni To Cameo In New Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon September 25, 2015
As far as cast members go for the new Ghostbusters movie, we don’t know if there will be Zuul, but there will be Dana. The movie’s director, Paul Feig, tweeted this morning that it was true — Sigourney Weaver would be appearing in the movie at some point. “Gang, trying to keep surprises but this […]

Going Back to “Hotel Transylvania” with Genndy Tartakovsky and Michelle Murdocca

by 90'sCartoonManon September 25, 2015
Genndy Tartakovksy made his name among animation fans for directing and producing Dexter’s Laboratory, Samurai Jack, and Star Wars: Clone Wars. He made his feature film directing debut with the first Hotel Transylvania, and returns to direct Hotel Transylvania 2. Michelle Murdocca worked as vice president of production at the inception of Sony Pictures Animation […]

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Review: “Hotel Transylvania 2” – Does New Blood Keep the Laughs Coming?

by 90'sCartoonManon September 25, 2015
Sony thrilled audiences so much with Hotel Transylvania in 2012 that they’re rolling out the blood red carpet again with its sequel just in time for the 2015 Halloween season.  The first movie asked the question of what would happen if a human fell in love with the sheltered vampire daughter of Dracula (answer: hilarity). […]
First Trailer For Angry Birds Movie Is Out

First Trailer For Angry Birds Movie Is Out

by Peter Paltridgeon September 23, 2015
Rovio’s phone game Angry Birds unleashed a tornado of Angry Birds-related junk just a few short years ago, and the zealous quest for quick cash may have oversaturated the property into oblivion. It takes time to make an animated movie, though, typically about four years. Thus, four years after Angry Birds hit its peak, we’ll […]