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New Details On Disney’s Big Hero 6 Series

by Peter Paltridgeon November 3, 2016
In case you forgot there’s a Big Hero 6 series coming next year from the creators of Kim Possible, now you know again. Those of us who didn’t forget have been starving for details ever since…and today EW broke some. First thing, we now know what the show will look like: as expected it’s a […]
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“Big Hero 6” TV Series Hits In 2017; Kim Possible Creators In Charge

by Peter Paltridgeon March 2, 2016
If you’re in a sour mood today, this should cheer you up: Disney has announced a TV series continuation of their animated superhero movie Big Hero 6, and Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley — creators of Kim Possible — will be running things. Disney announced the series in advance of their television upfront, and Variety […]

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Daniel Gerson, Screenwriter for “Monsters Inc.” and “Big Hero 6,” Passes Away at 49

by Ed Liuon February 10, 2016
Variety reports that screenwriter Daniel Gerson has passed away at age 49 after a battle with brain cancer. Mr. Gerson frequently collaborated with Robert L. Baird, with the duo earning screenwriting credits on Disney/Pixar’s Monsters Inc. and Monsters University, and Disney’s Big Hero 6. The pair have also been credited in assisting the screenplays for […]
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Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con October 2015 – Shigeto Koyama Interview

by Grant Whiteon November 16, 2015
The Saturday of MCM London Comic Con October, Toonzone News were given the chance to pose some questions to Shigeto Koyama. A talent who has worked on titles including Kill la Kill, Heroman, Disney’s Big Hero 6 and his own original short “Obake-chan,” Koyama attended the event as the Anime Guest Of Honour. TOONZONE NEWS: […]

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Shigeto Koyama Anime Guest Of Honour At MCM London

by Grant Whiteon October 12, 2015
Shigeto Koyama has been announced as the Anime Guest Of Honour at this month’s MCM London Comic Con, due to be held 23rd-25th October. In addition to being the art director on the globally popular Kill la Kill, his credits include Disney’s Big Hero 6, Gurren Lagann, Heroman, Eureka Seven and No More Heroes. Koyama […]
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Background Noise – Examining “Big Hero 6”

by Ed Liuon March 2, 2015
Welcome to Background Noise, where we get totally obsessive about stuff and reveal things you might have missed in your favorite animated entertainment. This entry will take a look at Disney’s Big Hero 6, now available on DVD, Blu-ray, and via iTunes, Disney Movies Anywhere, and other digital services. These are the kinds of observations I’d have hoped […]

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Review: “Big Hero 6” Blu-ray – I Am Very Satisfied With My Care

by Ed Liuon February 26, 2015
Superheroes continue to be big business at the box office, even as the stories are beginning to get repetitive and threadbare. Disney’s Big Hero 6 is the first animated feature based on a Marvel Comics property, although admittedly an obscure one. If it is somewhat lacking in originality, it more than compensates with an enormous […]
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Q&A With Ryan Potter, Jamie Chung, and Genesis Rodriguez of “Big Hero 6”

by Ed Liuon February 24, 2015
In the wake of Big Hero 6 winning the Best Animated Feature Academy Award and its release on Blu-ray and DVD today, Walt Disney Home Entertainment has released three Q&A sessions with actors Ryan Potter (Hiro), Jamie Chung (Go Go), and Genesis Rodriguez (Honey Lemon). AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN POTTER FOR THE BLU-RAY, DIGITAL HD […]

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Liveblogging Animation at the 2015 Oscars

by Todd DuBoison February 22, 2015
The award ceremony for the 87th annual Academy Awards is about to be broadcast at 8:30 PM Eastern Time on ABC, and once again Toonzone will be doing a liveblog for animation-related things tonight. Once again we have five nominees for the Best Animated Feature award and for Best Animated Short Film as well.  This […]
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Want Diversity in Casting and Roles in Hollywood? Look at Animation

by Ed Liuon February 18, 2015
The Los Angeles Times makes note of ethnic diversity in both on-screen characters and the actors portraying them in current-era animated features, in comparison to a live-action selection which turned out all-white nominees in the all acting categories for the Academy Awards and one non-white nominee in the Best Director category. In contrast, Disney’s Big […]