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"Naruto" Wait for the Uncuts

Wow. It’s so weird seeing Naruto in English. I’ve been keeping track of the Japanese version for so long now, and with the supposed bidding war the series was going through, seeing Naruto on American television seemed like a far off dream. Yet here we are. The series has become Toonami’s biggest draw, they’ve already […]

Wayans Brothers Produce Cartoon for Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon will premiere a new series of cartoon specials produced by Shawn, Marlon and Keenan Ivory Wayans (In Living Color, Scary Movie 1 & 2). The cartoon is called Thugaboo, and it deals with nine very different kids growing up in the inner city. The series will consist of three specials; one will be a […]

Warner Bros. and Weinstein Co. to Distribute "TMNT" Film

The upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles CG animated film has landed deals for both domestic and international theatrical distribution. Warner Bros. Pictures will oversee domestic distribution of the film, while the Weinstein Co. will distribute the film internationally. The film is scheduled for domestic release on March 30, 2007. [Source: The Hollywood Reporter] (via William […]

ADV Films Announces New Titles For May

Hot off the heels of Bandai’s recent title solicitations, ADV Films has announced new DVDs for the month of May. The third volume of Divergence Eve: Misaki Chronicles wraps up the series, along with further volumes of Godannar, Kaleido Star: New Wings, Macross, Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, and Princess Tutu, among others. In addition, the […]

Jeannie Schulz on Managing "Peanuts" Legacy

Jeannie Schulz, the widow of famed Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz, has been profiled in an article syndicated by the Los Angeles Times. The article goes into Jeannie Schulz’s life and her marriage to Charles Schulz, her stewardship of the Peanuts legacy and the Charles Schulz Museum and Research Center, and how she finds balance through […]

CN's Terry Kalagian Interviewed at Newsarama.com

The latest Animated Shorts column at Newsarama.com has interviewed Terry Kalagian, Cartoon Network VP of Acquisitions and Co-Productions. Among the topics discussed are the ratings for CN’s various anime properties, new acquisitions (or the inability of Kalagian to say anything about them), and details behind the airing of Marvel’s new animated movies.

"Incredibles," "Family Guy" and "Simpsons" Win DVDX Awards

Video Business has announced the winners of the DVDX Awards. Among the winners were The Incredibles with four wins, including Overall DVD, New Movie and New Movie Scenes for the small feature “Jack-Jack Attack.” Other winners included Tarzan II which won three awards, and Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch which took home […]

"Kodocha" Vol. 4: Child's Toy for the Whole Family

Sana Kurata, despite only being 12, has accomplished more than most people accomplish in their entire lives. Between being the star of the popular TV series Child’s Toy, appearing in commercials, and attending school full-time, it’s amazing that she still manages to fix every personal problem of those around her. She’s tamed the class lone […]

Bandai Announces New Titles For June

The re-packaging of older Bandai titles continues in the month of June, as Galaxy Angel, Mobile Fighter G-Gundam, Love Hina, and Banner of the Stars 2 get full series re-releases in the Anime Legends line. Other releases slated for June include the final volume of Cowboy Bebop Remix, a second volume of Eureka 7, more […]

Pixar Reports Record 2005 Revenue on Lower 4Q Results

Pixar Animation Studios announced profits of $30.9 million on revenues of $55.6 million for the fourth quarter of 2005, for earnings of $0.25 per diluted share. These results are significantly lower than those from a year ago, whose $55.2 million profit rivaled this past quarter’s entire profit. However, the quarterly numbers capped off Pixar’s most […]

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