Toon Zone News is proud to present the following 3 clips from Disney’s The Princess and the Frog. The Princess and the Frog is currently playing a limited engagement in New York and Los Angeles, and opens nationwide on Friday, December 11, 2009. For more details, read Toon Zone News’ earlier coverage.
It’s not hard to guess when I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown was made. It lacks the rampant creativity and outstanding imagination that made the earliest Charlie Brown ventures such successes, and it is also missing the obvious periodic quirks that marked the better specials of the 70s and 80s. In fact, I […]
You know, I really don’t remember anything about the Rankin-Bass special The Year Without a Santa Claus. I presume from the title it was another one of those Christmas stories that eventually had someone looking pensively out a window into a dark night before turning to a short person (a child or elf), to shake […]
Several interviews with the cast and crew of The Princess and the Frog are surfacing in advance of its wide premiere date of December 11, 2009: Canada’s Movies Online has spoken with directors Ron Clements and Jon Musker, composer Randy Newman, and executive producer John Lasseter about several specific scenes in the movie. Musker and […]
Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox is one of the most inanimate animated movies ever made. The disconnect between its images and its soundtrack is so complete as to be disorienting. And heaven only knows whether anyone under the age of sixteen will be able to make sense of it. But it is also a terrific […]
According to the credits, it took four people to come up with the “original idea” for Planet 51. One wonders how many assistants it takes to remind these four creative types how to breathe. Okay, that’s a cheap, smug, and unfunny wisecrack. But why should I trouble to come up with anything new and good […]
Go back to the Toons of the 2000s Intro. Here we are, at the close of the second decade of Nicktoons. The first began in 1991 with Doug, Rugrats, and The Ren and Stimpy Show, three shows that are not only well-remembered, but whose memory lasted long after their initial run through spin-offs, movies, and changes of […]