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Audio Interview with Brad Bird at DVD Talk Radio

Brad Bird, director of Pixar’s The Incredibles, has been interviewed for DVD Talk Radio by DVDTalk.com’s editor Geoffrey Kleinman, who has posted the interview as a 4.7 MB MP3 file ready for download. In addition to answering many of the same questions asked since The Incredibles debuted, Bird comments at length on the background behind […]

Disney Seeks Court Costs from Pooh Royalties Case

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the Disney Corporation is seeking more than million in court-related costs from the heirs of Stephen Slesinger over the recent court battle over Winnie the Pooh royalties. The Slesinger heirs have countered that Disney’s claim is overinflated and goes far beyond what the law allows.

"Robot Chicken" and Adult Swim Profiled at NY Times

The New York Times TV page has published an article about Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim block of programming, focusing especially on Seth Green and Matt Senreich’s Robot Chicken. Along the way, the article looks at Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Sealab 2021, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Tom Goes to the Mayor.

"Polar Express" May Pave the Way for 3-D Imax Feature Films

An article in the New York Times suggests that the success of The Polar Express as a 3-D Imax movie bodes well for future releases in that format (free registration required). While many films have had Imax releases, including Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban and Star Wars: Episode II, The Polar Express is […]

Sunday Styles of the Comic-Book Set

A feature article in the Sunday New York Times Magazine covers the fashion choices of the current crop of comic-book characters, focusing on the trenchcoats featured prominently by the murky lead characters of Constantine and Sin City, two live-action movies based on comic books. Edna Mode was unavailable for comment.

"The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie": Invertebrates Have More Fun

Chances are you’re acquainted with the cheerful sea sponge known as SpongeBob SquarePants, even if you don’t have a SpongeBob plushie on your desk. I mean to say, even if you don’t have young children. You leave my plushie out of this. The four-cornered, bucktoothed marine fry cook with bulging eyes has been topping kids’ […]

Kyle Gives "Ultimate Avengers" Update

In a recent issue of Wizard Magaine, Craig Kyle gave numerous updates on the Marvel/Lions Gate upcoming Ultimate Avengers direct-to-video feature. Speaking of the current projects, “It’s the print of the film before it’s animated,” says Kyle. “It’s the storyboard cut together with the voice-over to give you the timing of the scenes and the […]

"Robots" Have More Heart Than Sharks

Some of my favorite moments from Futurama are the ones that see robots put in situations you’d think would be exclusive to humans. Fox’s new movie Robots, with animation by Blue Sky, may not have a character as edgy as Bender, but it does manage to build an entire society of robots that, even without […]

Match Wits with The Riddler - "The Batman" Style

The World’s Finest has learned that episode #15 of The Batman, the second episode of the sophomore season, is entitled “Riddled.” The episode will premiere this Sunday on the Canadian channel Teletoon, which currently airs The Batman Mondays and Fridays at 3:30pm and weekends at 10:00am (ET/PT). This episode will introduce a rather different Riddler […]

Judge Dismisses Claims and Allegations in Marvel vs. "City of Heroes" Court Battle

A press release states that a U.S. district court judge has dismissed several key claims in the trademark and copyright infringement lawsuit brought by Marvel Enterprises against NCsoft over the massive multi-player on-line role-playing game City of Heroes. NCsoft has 10 days to respond to the remaining allegations and claims and assert any counter-claims.

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