With next week’s “The Simpsons” marathon scheduled to begin on FXX, the network has announced that they will be rolling out an app in October 2014 that will provide access to every one of those same episodes. The FXNow app will be available on smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, smart TVs, and additional set-top devices and […]
Josh Weinstein is the co-creator and show runner of Strange Hill High, an interesting case of an American industry veteran steering a British production. Many will remember Weinstein working with Bill Oakley to run what is seen by many as the final leg of the ‘golden age’ of The Simpsons. Airing on CBBC (who seem to […]
Focus Features and LAIKA Animation Studios are set to roll out a special “Eat Like the Boxtrolls” experience at San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 as a special promotion for the upcoming stop-motion feature film The Boxtrolls. Numerous events have been announced, and new character posters were revealed: The following events were revealed, along with news […]
CLIP: Cartoon Network Premieres for Week of July 21, 2014: "Clarence," "Gumball," "Adventure Time," "Regular Show"
A full-length theatrical trailer has been released for Studio Ghibli’s next film When Marnie Was There, the studio’s first movie produced without input from its founders Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by Joan G. Robinson, which was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal award in […]
When Team Avatar discovers the Earth Queen had been kidnapping Airbenders in secret, Korra vows to free them all. With confirmation that the Earth Queen is kidnapping Airbenders, our heroes take it upon themselves on a grand search around the kingdom. Lake Laogai seems to be the perfect step to start looking and it serves […]
Walt Disney Television Animation has announced several new projects in development, including a special based on the Haunted Mansion theme park attraction (which has also been the subject of a 2003 feature film and is reportedly still under development as a second feature with Guillermo del Toro). The other pilots under production are Billy Dilley’s […]
My head can rattle off numerous problems with Planes: Fire and Rescue. It’s storyline and character twists just recycle the first Planes movie. Several of the plot twists that aren’t recycled are still predictable from a mile off. It relies a bit too heavily on paper-thin stock characters, if not extremely stale ethnic stereotypes. It […]