Posts Tagged ‘disney’

Winners Announced for 2013 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Emmy Awards

by Ed Liuon August 23, 2013
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has named the six winners of the 2013 Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Emmy Awards: Andy Ristaino, Character Design, Adventure Time, “Puhoy” (Cartoon Network) Jenny Gase-Baker, Background Paint, “Mickey Mouse in Croissant de Triomphe” (Disney) Joseph Holt, Art Direction, “Mickey Mouse in Croissant de Triomphe” (Disney) Alberto Mielgo, […]

Video Game Review: “DuckTales Remastered” Recaptures A Classic’s Charm

by Juu-kuchion August 23, 2013
If you’re a child of the 80s, you are well aware the city life in Duckberg’s like a hurricane.  What with its race cars, lasers, and aeroplanes, it is usually described to be, in a non-scientifically based term: a duck blur.  It’s a place where you might solve a mystery or rewrite history. DuckTales! Woo-oo. […]


New Disney Infinity Action App Arrives

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2013
The new Disney Infinity Action app has arrived for your Android or iOS devices – now allowing you to insert Jack Sparrow, Mr. Incredible or Sulley into virtually any situation you would like them to be in…

Star Wars Boots Phineas And Ferb

by Alex Beanon August 19, 2013
Disney had originally slated to have its “Phineas and Ferb”-based feature film debut last month. But that was before they purchased the Star Wars empire from George Lucas for four billion American dollars. Then Michael Arndt – who won an Academy Award for writing “Little Miss Sunshine” and was nominated for an Oscar for “Toy […]


ComicsAlliance Interviews Paul Dini and Cort Lane on “Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”

by Ed Liuon August 16, 2013
ComicsAlliance has interviewed Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.‘s Paul Dini and Cort Lane, writer/Creative Consultant and Supervising Producer, respectively. Among other topics, the pair discuss the reasons behind some of the creative decisions made for the show (like the absence of alter egos for the show’s Hulks or the alteration of backstories of characters […]

Juried Winners For Animation Emmy Awards Announced

by Alex Beanon August 15, 2013
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced their juried winners for the 65th Emmy Awards in the category of Individual Achievement in Animation and Disney carted off three awards followed by the Cartoon Network with a pair of statuettes… Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation Adventure Time • Puhoy • Cartoon Network • Cartoon Network […]


PR: “Monsters University” Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs Coming October 29, 2013

by Ed Liuon August 13, 2013
“Hilarious and heartwarming” Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly MONSTERS UNIVERSITY Rush to get Digital HD and Digital HD 3D Versions Available for Purchase October 8, 2013 Celebrate MU’s Homecoming on Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on October 29, 2013. Burbank, Calif., August 8, 2013 – This Fall, Disney•Pixar celebrates homecoming with the release of  “Monsters University” on […]

PR: “Gravity Falls” Arrives on Disney DVD October 15, 2013

by Ed Liuon August 13, 2013
Disney Channel’s Popular Animated TV Series Gravity Falls Arrives on Disney DVD October 15th Over 2 Hours of Hilarious Adventures, Irreverent Humor and Unforgettable Characters Plus Free Exclusive Mystery Book: Journal #3 Synopsis:    In this animated adventure comedy riddled with mystery, twin brother and sister Dipper and Mabel are sent to spend their summer vacation […]


Disney Goes Two For Two At D23

by Alex Beanon August 12, 2013
Disney announced two new animated movies in the works as well as news for two more sequels to existing animated movie franchises at their D23 Expo in Anaheim. First up, the two new flicks – “Zootopia” with “Toy Story”’s Brad Lasseter at the helm, a buddy action film which he envisions as a Mr. Toad-like […]

Review: “Disney’s Planes” Takes Flight (But Not Too High)

by Christopher Glennonon August 12, 2013
Did you like Cars? Do you like anthropomorphic vehicles with personalities, hopes, and dreams? Do you like to see them race, cutting out the middle man of having a human driver? Then, theoretically, you’ll like Disney’s Planes, provided you don’t mind formula, predictability, and stereotypical stock characters. As we are constantly reminded, this movie is […]