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Elizabeth Peña, Actor, 1959 - 2014

by Ed Liuon October 16, 2014
Groundbreaking Hispanic actor Elizabeth Peña has passed away at the age of 55 of natural causes after a brief illness in Los Angeles, CA. Born in Elizabeth, NJ, on September 23, 1959, to Cuban immigrant parents, Peña’s career began early on the New York theater scene and graduation from the High School of Performing Arts, […]
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Elastigirl's Face Falls Off - Oopsy Daisy

by Alex Beanon July 18, 2014
On a recent trip to Disney World in orlando Florida, British tourist Phil Webster took his family to see a live stage show featuring cast members of the Disney feature film “The Incredibles”, one of whom was Mr. Incredible’s wife, otherwise known as Elastigirl, until something went horribly wrong….

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Disney Announces "Incredibles 2," "Cars 3" On the Way

by Ed Liuon March 19, 2014
At this year’s annual meeting of the Walt Disney Company, Chairman and CEO Robert A. Iger announced that sequels were in the works for both 2004’s The Incredibles and the Cars franchise (which produced the original movie in 2006, a sequel in 2011, and the Planes spin-off movie last year, with a second Planes movie […]

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PR: Nintendo’s Third-Party Partners Rolling Out Wii U Games

by Grant Whiteon April 11, 2013
Nintendo Systems Offer Something for Everyone, Highlighted by Splinter Cell Blacklist from Ubisoft and Exclusive Planes Franchise from Disney Interactive REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Nintendo’s third-party partners are bringing an impressive array of great games to the Wii U™ home console, including new games and exclusive information from Disney and Ubisoft®. “Disney, Ubisoft and our other third-party partners have a great lineup of exclusive […]

A Note of Recognition for....the Top 5 Mothers in Animation

by Ed Liuon May 13, 2007
In honor of Mother’s Day, the staff of Toon Zone News decided to put together a list of the top 5 animated mothers. This turned out to be a surprisingly challenging task. Single-parent families and orphans appear with great regularity in animation, and those parental figures that do make it into the final products are […]