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Light Meets L In This New Death Note Clip

by Peter Paltridgeon August 21, 2017
Ready for Netflix’s take on the manga/anime sensation known as Death Note? How about one more clip to tide you over? Netflix released this clip over the weekend and it concerns Light’s first encounter with the mysterious L, the world’s greatest detective who is now hot on his trail. It hasn’t taken L very long […]

Los Angeles Anime Film Festival Celebrates 100 Years Of Anime

by Peter Paltridgeon August 14, 2017
Did you know anime is now 100 years old? Don’t you think that sounds like a good excuse to throw as many landmark anime films on the big screen at the same time? Then you’re way ahead of the Los Angeles Anime Film Festival (LA-AFF), which features a blockbuster lineup of anime hits, one after […]

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The Art And Science Of Laika

by Peter Paltridgeon August 7, 2017
What kinds of behind-the-scenes videos are the best kinds in our opinion? Our vote goes to stop-motion productions, like those of famed animation studio Laika. Want to watch the process in action? The best thing about watching Laika’s production process is that everything is actually there. Computers are involved to some extent (as they are […]
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The Incredibles 2 Will Start Right Where The First Movie Left Off

by Peter Paltridgeon July 14, 2017
Most Pixar sequels feature some kind of time jump between when the last movie ended and when the new story begins. Not so with The Incredibles 2. It’ll start immediately after the events of the first film. Well, technically some time will have passed, but only about “a minute,” says John Lasseter. In a new […]

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Viz Media Will Show Off A Live-Action “Death Note” This Summer

by Peter Paltridgeon May 22, 2017
Viz Media’s booth at the 2017 Licensing Expo will be highlighting the various properties they own the US licenses for — Jojo, Hunter Hunter, all things Naruto — but their big presentation this year will be the live-action adaption of Death Note, set to premiere on Netflix this summer. For the uninitiated, Death Note follows […]

The Emoji Movie Cannot Be Stopped

by Peter Paltridgeon May 16, 2017
Today the big trailer for Sony’s Emoji Movie was unveiled during a special nautical event at the Cannes Film Festival. A big pier in front of the historic Carlton Hotel was decked out with emoji-related decorations and people dancing around in round yellow costumes. T.J. Miller, who voices one of the main characters, parachuted onto […]

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The Next Hellboy Movie Will Be A Reboot Starring David Harbour

by Peter Paltridgeon May 9, 2017
The good news is, Hollywood is finally moving forward with plans for another Hellboy movie; the bad news is, it’s probably not the one you were hoping for. In 2004 director Guillermo Del Toro created the original Hellboy movie, starring Ron Perlman in a red suit. It became a box office hit and one of […]
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Watch The First Trailer For Pixar’s Coco

by Peter Paltridgeon March 16, 2017
Not everything Pixar Animation Studios puts out this year is going to be car-related. This fall they’ll be releasing a new original story, “Coco,” about a boy, his guitar, and the musician he idolizes. Young Miguel loves the licks of Ernesto de la Cruz, but the man has been long dead. The next best thing […]

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Finding Dory Is The Highest-Grossing Film Of 2016

by Peter Paltridgeon January 2, 2017
Box Office Mojo has released the cumulative receipts for the entire year of 2016, and Pixar’s fish-and-Sigourney-Weaver-related sequel came out #1. Finding Dory, the sequel to the 2003 classic Finding Nemo and centered around Ellen DeGeneres’ forgetful flounder, earned $486,295,561 for Pixar and Disney, plenty of scratch to forget they ever made The Good Dinosaur. […]

Finding Dory Crowd Accidentally Shown Raunchy Rogen Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon June 29, 2016
People have a tendency to lump movies together based on how they look. The TVTropes page “All Animation Is Disney” contains plenty of examples. It resulted in a generation of children being traumatized by Watership Down being stocked in the kiddie section of video rental stores, and now the ol’ ignorance has struck again. Up […]