The Los Angeles Times reports that Pixar Animation Studios has been sued in two separate class-action lawsuits (free registration required). Both suits charge that the company deliberately misled investors when projecting DVD sales for The Incredibles. Pixar described the lawsuits as “completely baseless.”
Clone High takes place in a high school made up of teenaged clones of historical figures. How could this show, with its off-the-wall humor, challenging teen issues (including sleep deprivation, catching ADD from toilet seats, women playing sports, being upstaged by John Stamos, and getting drunk off alcohol-free beer) and bizarre concept, possibly fail? Simple. […]
Toon Zone has independent confirmation that Turner Classic Movies plans to air nine animated features from Studio Ghibli in January 2006. UPDATE: According to the official TCM Web site, the film series will include a variety of Ghibli films, including the currently unreleased Whisper of the Heart and Isao Takahata’s Only Yesterday, which Disney had […]
Teshkeel Media Group, KSC today announced a comprehensive agreement with Marvel Entertainment, Inc. to bring Arabic-language Marvel comics, trade paperbacks, and magazines to the Middle East region. Under the terms of the agreement, Teshkeel will engage in a wide-ranging multi-year publishing program which, for the first time, will bring Marvel’s world-famous comic books to the […]
Broadband Enterprises is syndicating animated video shorts from Warner Bros. Online to its broadband network of more than 400 websites, the company announced today. Syndicated programming includes animated favorites from Looney Tunes, Gotham Girls, Timberwolf, and Cartoon Monsoon. All of the animated video shorts are available in flash. Broadband Enterprises will sell advertising sponsorships around […]
Nausicaa.net has posted a report from the English dub premiere of Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro. The report notes that there are no plans for any theatrical release of the movie and follows up on several Ghibli DVD projects, including the news that a release of Isao Takahata’s Only Yesterday has been shelved indefinitely.