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Fox Releases First Clip from "Axe Cop" Animated Series

by Ed Liuon October 31, 2012
Fox’s Animation Domination HD channel has released the first clip from the upcoming Axe Cop animated series, slated to launch in Summer 2013 and featuring Nick Offerman as the title character:
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20th Century Fox to Release CGI "Peanuts" Feature in 2015

by Ed Liuon October 11, 2012
ComingSoon.net reports that Peanuts Worldwide, 20th Century Fox, and Blue Sky Studios will be uniting to produce a Peanuts feature film slated for release on November 25, 2015, marking the 65th anniversary of Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comic strip and the 50th anniversary of the seminal TV special A Charlie Brown Christmas. Schulz’s son Craig […]

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Tobey Maguire and Fox to Adapt "Cardboard" Graphic Novel

by Ed Liuon September 12, 2012
Variety reports that Fox’s WedgeWorks banner and Tobey Maguire’s production company Material Pictures have optioned the recently-published graphic novel Cardboard by writer/artist Doug TenNapel (Earthworm Jim). The graphic novel centers on an impoverished widower who gives his young son a disappointing birthday gift of a cardboard box. The pair turn the box into a boxer […]
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DreamWorks Signs Five-Year Distribution Deal with 20th Century Fox

by Ed Liuon August 22, 2012
DreamWorks Animation has signed a five-year distribution deal with 20th Century Fox for its theatrical films beginning next year with The Croods. Fox will be replacing DreamWorks’ old distribution partner Paramount Pictures. The new deal represents the culmination of a souring relationship between DreamWorks Animation and Paramount that began in 2011 when DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey […]

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Reviews: "American Dad Vol. 7" Waves A Different Flag Than Expected

by Chad Boninon August 16, 2012
Good morning, USA! Hyper-patriotic Stan Smith has returned with his family for another volume of this Seth MacFarlane comedy, but as time goes on, Stan’s family grows. His daughter Hayley has gotten married, his son Steve gets a clone, Roger marries a redneck (and dates Steve’s friend Snot), and Francine rejoins the workforce … at […]
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Vimeo Short "Ruin" May Get Feature-Film Treatment

by Maxie Zeuson July 20, 2012
“Ruin,” an eight-minute animated short that debuted on Vimeo earlier this year, may get turned into a live-action feature, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The trade paper says that 20th Century Fox is negotiating to buy the movie rights from filmmaker Wes Ball, and hire him to direct the feature-length version under the supervision of […]

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"Ice Age: Continental Drift" Tops North American Box Offices

by Maxie Zeuson July 16, 2012
Ice Age: Continental Drift topped box office charts during its first weekend with a film gross of $46 million, Box Office Mojo reports. The Amazing Spider-Man dropped to second place with a gross of $35 million, bringing its North American cumulative to $200.9 million. Ted took third place with a gross of $22.1 million ($159.0 […]

Fox's "Epic" Casts Voices of Beyonce, Colin Farrell, Amanda Seyfried, and Steven Tyler

by Ed Liuon June 1, 2012
Deadline.com reports that 20th Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios have cast a number of celebrity actors for voice acting roles in Epic, a new 3-D CGI animated feature slated for release on May 24, 2013. Beyonce Knowles will play Queen Tara, with Colin Farrell as Ronin, The Hunger Games‘ Josh Hutcherson as Nod, […]

"The Simpsons" Episode "Cape Feare" Used as Basis for Expermental Theater "Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play"

by Ed Liuon May 31, 2012
The New York Times has taken a look at Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play, a stage show by the Civilians that uses The Simpsons episode “Cape Feare” as a central element, as survivors of a global power outage that destroys nearly all of the United States commit the episode to memory. The play examines the […]