Peter Urie has been appointed chief corporate development officer at TV-Loonland, World Screen reports. Urie will take responsibility for strategic business development and sourcing potential acquisitions to help grow the company’s portfolio. He will also serve as managing director at Metrodome, overseeing and managing their video and theatrical distribution business.
Each week Spawn.com puts up a new article about the upcoming Spawn: The Animation series that is well into production. This week is the list of voice actors who will be participating in the series. The list ranges from Keith David reprising his role as “Spawn”; to Michael Jai White as one of the new […]
Stung by recent accusations of corporate malfeasance, the board of directors of the Walt Disney Company has adopted a new provision which will compel any board member to resign if a majority of shareholders withhold their votes during his or her re-election. The announcement comes as Disney is fending off accusations of poor working conditions […]
British actor Ricky Gervais has been interviewed by the New York Times about his upcoming work, including his role in the computer-animated Valiant (free registration required). Gervais talks about his role in The Office, his current projects, and why he turned down a Shakespeare adaptation to act as a computer-generated pigeon.
More casting announcements for Robert Zemeckis’ Beowulf have been announced, with Ray Winstone (Sexy Beast), Crispin Glover (Willard), and Angelina Jolie (Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life) getting added to the cast list announced earlier this week. The movie will use an advanced version of the motion capture animation technology used in Zemeckis’ The Polar […]
There are some iconic fictional characters that we unquestioningly come to accept as the best in their fields. Nobody throws a punch like Rocky, nobody swings a lightsaber like Darth Vader, and James Bond, well, nobody does it better. Until now the same could be said for Lupin the Third’s amazing aptitude for thievery. However, […]
Maia Mizuki’s the star of Daphne in the Brilliant Blue, right? If that’s true, she’s had remarkably few breakout scenes in the series, outside of the premiere and two or so spotlight episodes. Either way, I’ve been decidedly more interested in the tanned beauty Gloria, intrigued by the nerdy techie Shizuka, wowed by the martial […]