How can a small boy from a peaceful island rise up to stop a cunning politician with mystical powers who plans to prolong a war through deceit and intimidation? By learning to speak loudly and carry a big hammer. This boy is Mangchi, the scrappy lead of Hammerboy, the 2003 Korean film that provoked international […]
Lions Gate Entertainment has entered into a three-title co-production and co-financing deal with RichCrest Animation, the U.S.-based subsidiary of India’s Crest Animation Studios, World Screen reports. Lions Gate will distribute the three films worldwide except in India. The first film under the new agreement will be the previously announced Sylvester And The Magic Pebble, based […]
Anthony Utley, director of television distribution at BBC Worldwide, is leaving his post to become managing director of the Granada Media-owned animation outfit Cosgrove Hall Films, World Screen reports. Based in Manchester, Cosgrove Hall is Europe’s largest animation company. Its most recent productions include Postman Pat, Andy Pandy, Engie Benjy, and Little Robots.
U.K. animator Spellbound Entertainment has expanded its existing Koala Brothers toy license with Fisher-Price Brands beyond the U.S. and Latin America, C21Media reports. The new license will cover several international markets including the U.K., Germany, France, Scandinavia, Poland, Australia, and New Zealand.
Disney On Ice is launching a brand new ice show with Disney presents Pixar’s The Incredibles in a Magic Kingdom Adventure. The show premieres Friday, September 9, 2005, in Orlando, Florida, with stops in more than 65 North American cities, before heading overseas. PR Newswire has a schedule of the show’s U.S. schedule.
The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood has issued a statement condemning Cartoon Network’s claim that their Tickle U. block of programming will aid in developing a child’s sense of humor. The CCFC claims that the block is a ploy designed for marketing rather than education or development, while Cartoon Network counter-claims that they maintain a […]
Comicon.com’s PULSE News has spoken to supervising producer and director Scott Jeralds about Krypto the Super Dog. Jeralds looks back at the motivations for the series, and also looks forward to season two’s 13 new episodes.
I didn’t know they made bandanas that big. The Juken Club, the ultimate martial arts combat club, invited two new members to the group on the last volume: Souchiro Nagi and Bob Makihara, two students who by themselves have defeated 99 schools. They went up against the incredible warriors of the Juken Club, and instead […]
I’ve come to believe that some things are simply against the laws of nature, such as the Bengals reaching the playoffs or Michael Jackson subscribing to Penthouse. Perhaps DVD TV season sets should be added to the list. I defy anyone to watch Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines The Complete Series in one […]