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“Monsters Inc. 3D” Moving to December Release

by on July 25, 2012
The Walt Disney Company is moving the release date of Monsters Inc. 3D to take advantage of the Christmas holiday season, Deadline.com reports. The Pixar film was originally scheduled to go into release on January 18, 2013, but the studio has shifted the date to December 19, 2012.
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Review: “Welcome to the Space Show” Blu-ray (UK Edition): Aliens Took Mah Eyeballs!

by Grant Whiteon July 25, 2012
In a sleepy Japanese village, five children elect to take a week of summer school away from their families at the local school house. On the first day they find and nurse an injured dog, who reveals himself to be a canine-like alien named Pochi. As thanks for saving him, Pochi takes the kids to […]

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SDCC2012: ASIFA – Hollywood’s State of the Industry – Part 3 of 6

by Eileen Cruzon July 24, 2012
  Ramin Zahed, Editor, Animation Magazine moderated the ASIFA: Hollywood’s State of the Industry Panel. He asked the panelists to tell the audience what they do, how they got into the business and where they see the business going in 2012. The panelists from left to right were Josh Scherr (Uncharted III: Drakes Deception, Jax […]
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SDCC2012: ASIFA – Hollywood’s State of the Industry – Part 2 of 6

by Eileen Cruzon July 24, 2012
  Ramin Zahed, Editor, Animation Magazine moderated the ASIFA: Hollywood’s State of the Industry Panel. He asked the panelists to tell the audience what they do, how they got into the business and where they see the business going in 2012. The panelists from left to right were Josh Scherr (Uncharted III: Drakes Deception, Jax […]

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SDCC2012: ASIFA – Hollywood’s State of the Industry – Part 1 of 6

by Eileen Cruzon July 24, 2012
  Ramin Zahed, Editor, Animation Magazine moderated the ASIFA: Hollywood’s State of the Industry Panel. He asked the panelists to tell the audience what they do, how they got into the business and where they see the business going in 2012. The panelists from left to right were Josh Scherr (Uncharted III: Drakes Deception, Jax […]
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More Details on New Miyazaki Movie

by on July 23, 2012
According to Animation Magazine, Hayao Miyazaki’s new movie will be based on the life of Jiro Horikoshi, the designer of the iconic Zero fighter plane, among other military aircraft. The magazine cites tweets by animators Osamu Kobayashi and Takashi Hashimoto. The new film is expected to be released in late 2013.

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Review: “Babar: The Classic Series” The Complete First Season: Babar Begins

by Christopher Glennonon July 23, 2012
Let’s face it, talking animals are bizarre. The idea is fun and entertaining, but sometimes the execution can be shaky, especially when talking animals are placed side-by-side with talking humans with no language barrier, and especially when said talking animals are completely naked and prance around in the jungle with a human civilization right down […]
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Vimeo Short “Ruin” May Get Feature-Film Treatment

by on July 20, 2012
“Ruin,” an eight-minute animated short that debuted on Vimeo earlier this year, may get turned into a live-action feature, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The trade paper says that 20th Century Fox is negotiating to buy the movie rights from filmmaker Wes Ball, and hire him to direct the feature-length version under the supervision of […]

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Review: “Dragon Ball Z” Series One (UK Edition): Rock The Dragon

by Grant Whiteon July 20, 2012
The so called anime boom of the previous decade wasn’t quite as powerful here in the UK. However a few shows did still erupt, and one of these happened to be Dragon Ball Z. Dragon Ball Z is the continuation of the popular Dragon Ball, which chronicled the adventures of the monkey boy Son Goku […]
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Primetime Emmy Nominees Announced

by on July 19, 2012
Veteran animated series will compete with new animated series in the Emmy animated categories. The 64th Primetime Emmy Award Nominations were announced today by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In the Outstanding Animated Program category, nominees include The Simpsons‘ “Holidays of Future Passed”; Futurama‘s “The Tip of the Zoidberg”; American Dad‘s “Hot Water”; […]