Media Blasters gave a brief panel on their current plans for 2006 and beyond. This year is the 10th anniversary of Media Blasters. The company plans to have some major property announcements at AX. Highlights of the panel are as follows: * Media Blasters confirmed a new OVA in the Kite universe not staring Sawa, […]
TokyoPop’s panel presentation at Anime Boston 2006 did not feature any new property announcements. Company representatives highlighted the full slate of productions for the next several months including manga-based novels, anime-based novels and several upcoming previously announced new mangas, as well as global comic properties including comic adaptations of several of the former Jim Henson […]
Professor Charles Xavier runs a school for gifted youngsters. At least that is the public facade that washed away at the beginning of this third season of X-Men Evolution, WB’s attempt at an X-Men series (conveniently timed around the release of the X-Men movie franchise, which recently broke box office records). With Magneto, Mystique and […]
Newsarama.com has interviewed actor J.K. Simmons, focusing primarily on his roles as Asst. Police Chief Will Pope in The Closer, as Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson in the Spider-Man feature films, and as General Wade Eiling in Justice League Unlimited. The latter role arose due to his voice-over work in commercials and has led […]
Usually Gundam series have a slow beginning, riddled with generic action scenes and basic character development, then finish strong with an impressive showing in the final few episodes. SEED Destiny has already bucked that trend by having an awesome first five episodes and the question is now whether it can keep it up. After letting […]
The Los Angeles Times has published a lengthy profile of Dr. Ed Catmull, Pixar’s co-president and current president of Disney Features Animation (free registration required). The article covers Catmull’s management approach, centered around building a “talent-ocracy” where management is shaped around the talent rather than vice-versa, and the warm reception he has received at Disney.
Disney/Pixar’s Cars led the weekend box office with an estimated take of .8 million. However, the number seems to have disappointed Wall Street, with Disney’s stock price taking a minor hit in the morning before a partial recovery as of press time. In comparison, The Incredibles and Finding Nemo had opening weekend box office numbers […]
Who knew a racing version of Rock ‘Em-Sock ‘Em Robots could be so much fun? We’re in the home stretch for Season 1, so it’s time for IGPX to change into speed mode and race towards the finish line. After their win against Team Skylark, Team Satomi is sitting pretty good. They’re tied for 2nd […]
According to IFMagazine.com, Marvel and Sony are preparing to bring Spider-Man to the small screen once again, in an all-new animated series set to launch around the upcoming Spider-Man 3–which will be released next summer. The article also states that an Iron Man animated series will likely go into production after the movie is released.
Upon waking up this morning and browsing through the Philadelphia Inquirer, I came across Steven Rea’s review of Cars. To my amazement I found not the lavish praise usually heaped on Pixar films, but two measly stars and a short statement that sums it all up: “Pixar finally rolled out a clunker.” This gave new […]