New "Tom and Jerry" Mobile Game Announced

Macrospace and Cartoon Network will launch Tom and Jerry Food Fight, a new game for mobile phones, according to GamesIndustry.biz.

Teletoon Debuts "Foster's Home" in March

Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends will premiere on Teletoon on Friday, March 11, at 8:00am (ET/PT). [Source: Teletoon]

"The Animation Show" Announces 2005 Program

The Animation Show has released its 2005 program and tour schedule. (via Cartoon Brew)

"Hello Kitty" DVD Gets February 1 Release

ADV Films will release Hello Kitty’s Animation Theater: Once Upon A Time to DVD and VHS on February 1, Active Anime reports. The releases will be priced at $14.98 (DVD) and $9.98 (VHS).

"Garfield, Volume 3" Set for April DVD Debut

Fox Home Entertainment will release a third volume of Garfield and Friends to DVD on April 19, DVD Toons reports.

Corus Reports Profit Rise in Latest Quarter

Corus Entertainment, parent of YTV and Nelvana, earned $29.1 million in the latest quarter, up from $5.7 million in the same period last year. Revenues fell to $180.6 million from $185.0 million. Advertising growth lifted revenues and profits at the company’s Television and Radio divisions. But numbers at the Content division fell sharply. Revenues fell […]

New Disney Channel Animated Series and Movies in Development

Disney Channel’s Gary Marsh, Executive Vice President/Original Programming and Production, introduced the following new original animated series at the Television Critics Association’s meeting on January 12: *The Buzz on Maggie: a comedy about everyday from the point-of-view of a fly named Maggie. The Buzz on Maggie is executive produced by Dave Polsky (Scary Movie 2) […]

Perry White and Richard White Cast for "Superman"

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Hugh Laurie, of the Bryan Singer-executive produced Fox series House, has been cast as the Daily Planet’s editor-in-chief, Perry White. James Marsden, Cyclops of the X-Men franchise, has been cast as Richard White, a love interest for Lois Lane. The two characters are related, but Warner Bros. declined to comment […]

Spanish "Simpsons" Actors in Labor Dispute

The actors who dub the voices for The Simpsons in Spanish-speaking countries are in a labor dispute with the contractor who handles the dubbing work, the Associated Press reports. A government arbitration board is currently hearing the dispute.

Brad Bird Open to "Incredibles" Sequel

The Incredibles-director Brad Bird is open to the idea of making a sequel to the hit film, but only if a good story can be conceived for it, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. (via Animated-News)

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