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Peeking at Disney's (Animated) Shorts with Producer Dorothy McKim

by Ed Liuon August 18, 2015
Dorothy McKim has been with Walt Disney Animation Studios since 1988, where she earned her first credit as Production Supervisor on Oliver and Company. Since then, she has worked her way up the ranks as Production Supervisor on Beauty and the Beast and The Rescuers Down Under, Director of Production on Hercules, Tarzan, and The […]
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Viewster Announces 'Omakase' Subscription Service With Exclusive Merchandise & Content

by Grant Whiteon August 18, 2015
After having enjoyed much success and popularity with their range of streaming anime in a number of global territories, streaming site Viewster have announced their next step in servicing anime fans will be the Omakase subscription service. With the name roughly translating as ‘chef’s choice’, the concept has its roots in the success of products […]

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Splatoon's Next Splatfest Is Transformers Themed

by Peter Paltridgeon August 18, 2015
One of the big events in Nintendo’s Wii U shooter Splatoon is the Splatfest, where players take sides on a question of what they prefer and are divided into teams over one weekend based on their choices. So far, the first few Splatfests have featured choices like “Cats vs. Dogs” and “Hot Dogs Vs. Marshmallows.” […]
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New Scooby Doo Movie Coming To Theaters, This One Animated

by Peter Paltridgeon August 18, 2015
Forget all about that embarrassing live-action half-parody that called itself Scooby Doo back in 2002. This time they’re going to do it right. The Hollywood Reporter revealed this morning that the Scooby Gang is returning to theaters in an animated feature. Dan Povenmire, co-creator of Phineas and Ferb, will executive produce the new film. Tony […]

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Review: "Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection" - Small Wonders

by Ed Liuon August 17, 2015
Even the most stringent critics must admit that the Walt Disney Animation Studios has come a long way since the late 90’s and most of the 2000’s, with a string of critical and commercial successes restoring much of the studio’s lost luster. However, along with a healthy feature film division, Disney has also revived its […]


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We Now Know Who Finds Love In Toy Story 4

by Peter Paltridgeon August 14, 2015
The Toy Story trilogy was complete, with a final movie that everyone agreed was one of Pixar’s finest hours. The studio had done the impossible and created two sequels each more satisfying than the last. Best to just let it rest there……wait, never mind. John Lasseter suddenly announced he had an idea for a fourth […]