Herb Scannell and Bill Roedy have been appointed to the positions of Vice Chairman, MTV Networks and President, Nickelodeon Networks and Vice Chairman, MTV Networks and President, MTV Networks International, respectively, it was announced on Wednesday. Mr. Scannell, in addition to managing the overall businesses of Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, TV Land, Noggin/The N, and […]
The World’s Finest has learned that episode #16 of The Batman, the third episode of the sophomore season, is entitled “JTV.” The episode will premiere this Sunday on the Canadian channel Teletoon, which currently airs The Batman Mondays and Fridays at 3:30pm and weekends at 10:00am (ET/PT). The Batman will be pre-empted on Saturday for […]
Warner Home Video has scheduled a chat with Home Theatre Forum on March 29, 2005, at 8:00pm (EST). Mike Radiloff, VP Theatrical Catalog Marketing; George Feltenstein, SVP Classic Catalog; and Rosemary Markson, Executive Director Franchise, TV will be in attendance for the event. More information can he found here. Discuss this news on the DVD […]
A report in Publishers Weekly states that ADV has laid off as many as 40 employees, with perhaps 25 coming from the manga side of the company. The company confirmed the layoffs without stating specific figures, and claimed market saturation and more discerning customers leading to new challenges in selling their product.
Soldiers of the Gran Knighthood, combine once again! After a period of peace, the Zeravire have returned to invade the planet. But the pilots of the Gran-Divas won’t be the only ones to form a giant robot. The Earth Federation Government has now initiated the G-Soldier Squadron program to find pilots for man-made mechs officially […]
Frank Miller, comic-book writer and artist for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and Sin City, has expressed an interest in doing an animated project in an interview with Heidi MacDonald of Comicon.com’s the Beat weblog. Miller describes the innovative “green-screen” techniques used to film the live-action Sin City movie as “essentially doing animation” and seems […]
In an interview with the Calgary Sun newspaper, Robin Williams has suggested that a public falling out with Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg in 1992 has prevented him from working in animated films for Disney or DreamWorks. The original feud was over the use of Williams’ voice as the Genie in Aladdin in toys and […]
The Los Angeles Times wonders what effect Disney’s CGI animation unit will have on new negotiations between new Disney CEO Robert Iger and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs (free registration required). The Pixar-Disney relationship is currently scheduled to end in 2006 with the release of Cars, but Disney retains the rights to make original sequels. At […]