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The Dam Keeper Oscar Short

Tonko House & 20th Century Fox Animation Turn “The Dam Keeper” from Short to Feature

by Ed Liuon November 17, 2016
TONKO HOUSE AND 20TH CENTURY FOX ANIMATION TEAM UP TO EXPAND THE WORLD OF THE DAM KEEPER INTO AN ALL-NEW, FEATURE-LENGTH FILM Oscar®-nominated directors Robert Kondo and Daisuke “Dice” Tsutsumi to direct feature (Los Angeles, California) Tonko House and 20th Century Fox Animation announced today that they are partnering to develop a feature film based […]
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Fox Wants To Reboot The X-Men Movies…Again

by Peter Paltridgeon November 9, 2016
If the trailer to Logan made things feel like they were ending, now it’s appropriate. Sources close to Fox are telling THR that the studio is considering restarting the X-Men franchise with new actors and a new storyline. It wasn’t that long ago that Fox tinkered with the timeline to recast characters and retell the […]

NYCC 2016: War For The Planet Of The Apes Revealed

NYCC 2016: War For The Planet Of The Apes Revealed

by Peter Paltridgeon October 7, 2016
20th Century Fox surprised everyone at NYCC by revealing the next Planet of the Apes movie has its first promo clip ready to go. It’s a quick one, and it’s more of a tech demo than a full scene, but there he is: Caesar scowling in the snow while quotes from past Apes films echo […]
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Zapp Brannigan Reading Donald Trump Quotes Is The Greatest Thing Ever

by Peter Paltridgeon August 12, 2016
Voice actor Billy West, best known for several characters in Futurama (including Fry), has begun tweeting out sound bites of Zapp Brannigan reciting Donald Trump quotes verbatim. The quotes are such a perfect match that if you were somehow not aware of Trump’s all-consuming media presence, you would start wondering which Futurama episode they originated […]

Ice Age: Collision Course

“Pets” Drops to #2 at the Box Office; “Ice Age: Collision Course” Disappoints

by Ed Liuon July 26, 2016
Three of the top 10 grossing films this past weekend were animated, with Universal/Illumination’s The Secret Life of Pets continuing its strong showing at the box office, taking the number 2 spot with $29.6 million in ticket sales for its third week of release, bringing its cumulative total to $260.98 million. Pets came in behind […]
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SDCC 2016: The Aliens 30-Year Reunion Panel

by Peter Paltridgeon July 24, 2016
It is far from Game Over (man) for the cast of Aliens. In fact, some of them may return to the big screen very soon, as Neil Blomkamp’s in-development sequel will reuinite Ripley with Hicks and her adopted daughter Newt. How is that possible? You just pretend Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection never happened. If […]

Ice Age: Collision Course

Review: “Ice Age: Collision Course” – When Subplots Collide

by Christopher Glennonon July 22, 2016
It’s hard to believe that the first Ice Age movie came out nearly 15 years ago.  Actually, no it isn’t, considering the latest installment, Ice Age: Collision Course, is the fifth movie in the franchise.  You can’t blame Blue Sky Studios for churning out these movies.  With the number of animation studios these days and their […]
That Didn’t Take Long: Homer Simpson Is Playing Pokemon Go

That Didn’t Take Long: Homer Simpson Is Playing Pokemon Go

by Peter Paltridgeon July 18, 2016
Given the slow pace at which Simpsons episodes are constructed, compounded with the backlog the show has built over the years, it can sometimes take a year and a half — “or longer” — for a world event or trend to get its own satirical take. I figured we would inevitably see Homer mess with […]

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Fox And Marvel Pursue Mutant-Related TV Series

by Peter Paltridgeon July 13, 2016
Do you enjoy Batman Minus Batman, Fox’s crime drama now going into its third season? Then you might be interested in X-Men Minus X-Men, which the network is currently developing in cooperation with 20th Century Fox (who still owns the movie and TV rights to Marvel’s “mutant” idea as long as they continue to exercise […]
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Fox’s Entire Cartoon Lineup Stars In “Animation Throwdown” Game

by Peter Paltridgeon June 27, 2016
Look out — Peter Griffin, Hank Hill, Bender, Stan Smith, Bob Belcher and other characters from Fox’s animated productions past and present are colliding in a new mobile game from Fox Interactive and app developer Kongregate. Previously Fox’s mobile efforts have been along the lines of Simpsons: Tapped Out and Family Guy: The Quest For […]