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Sony Picture Acquires "Robotech" License; Plans Live-Action Feature

by Ed Liuon March 26, 2015
Variety reports that Sony Pictures has secured rights to the Robotech franchise, with an eye to moving quickly to a live-action feature film adaptation. The project will be overseen at Sony Pictures by Sony Pictures Entertainment Group President Doug Belgrad, Columbia Pictures Production Chief Michael De Luca, and Sony Pictures Vice President of Creative Production […]
Wolfy the Incredible Secret

Review: "Wolfy, the Incredible Secret" - What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been

by Ed Liuon March 24, 2015
The French animated feature Loulou, l’incroyable Secret has been imported to the US as Wolfy, the Incredible Secret, injecting a wonderful touch of the bizarre into the kids’ animated feature landscape. This distinctively odd, hand-drawn animated film feels like a fable as heard through a fever dream, perpetually giving the sense that there’s a method […]

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

Review: "Bayonetta: Bloody Fate" Bloody Good Times?

by Chad Boninon March 17, 2015
Bayonetta is the most butt-kicking nun you’ll ever meet. A witch who’s so ready to blow apart the world, she features guns in her shoes and a world of magic in her hair. When a mysterious child is dropped into her lap, the fate of the world lies in her magic hands. Is her own […]

LEGO Jurassic World Video Game Gameplay Trailer

LEGO Jurassic World Video Game Gameplay Trailer

by Alex Beanon March 17, 2015
First it starts with the running, and then it’s followed by the squealing, and then you have your full-fledged LEGO “Jurassic World” video game. The gameplay trailer has been released for the game which will be coming to all major platforms in June 2015…
Hotel Transylvania 2

Genndy Tartakovsky Steps Off "Popeye," Talks "Hotel Transylvania 2"

by Ed Liuon March 16, 2015
Director Genndy Tartakovsky has spoken with Moviefone about the new trailer for Hotel Transylvania 2, discussing where the characters are since the last movie, the casting of Mel Brooks to play Dracula’s father, and a few other elements about the movie. In the same interview, Genndy Tartakovsky stated that he is not working on the […]

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FUNimation Announces "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F", Movie to Premiere in Los Angeles April 11

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison March 15, 2015
FUNimation Entertainment announced today that it has licensed Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F (a.k.a. Dragon Ball Z: Fukkatsu no F), the 15th and newest Dragon Ball Z movie and the 19th Dragon Ball feature film. The “F” in the title is a reference to the malevolent villain Frieza, who is brought back to life by the Dragon […]
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Review: "The Anime Encyclopedia Third Edition"

by Todd "GWOtaku" DuBoison March 13, 2015
Many animation-related books exist, but the newly released third edition of The Anime Encyclopedia is an example of tremendous ambition successfully realized by British authors Helen McCarthy and Jonathan Clements. Within its pages lies an account of the totality of modern Japanese animation, ranging from its infancy in the 20th century all the way to […]

The Dam Keeper

"The Dam Keeper" Graphic Novels Coming from First Second Starting in 2016

by Ed Liuon March 12, 2015
FIRST SECOND BUYS TWO GRAPHIC NOVELS SET IN THE WORLD OF THE OSCAR®-NOMINATED ANIMATED SHORT “THE DAM KEEPER” New York, NY (March 11, 2015) – First Second, an imprint of Macmillan, has preemptively acquired world rights to two graphic novels based on the Oscar®-nominated short, The Dam Keeper from Tonko House founders Robert Kondo and […]