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"Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths" Cast Announced, Release Date February 23, 2010

by Ed Liuon November 24, 2009
Warner Home Video has announced that Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, the latest DC direct-to-video animated movie, will be released on February 23, 2010 in the usual 1- and 2-disc DVD sets and Blu-ray disc, as well as through various on-demand and downloadable formats. In the movie, the iconic heroes of the Justice League […]

Voice Actor Chris Rager Hospitalized

by on November 23, 2009
Voice actor Chris Rager, known for his work on dubs by FUNimation Entertainment (including Dragon Ball Z‘s Mr. Satan), has reportedly been hospitalized after running out of gas late on November 10 near President George Bush Turnpike and Preston Road. Rager’s condition has improved, but he remains on ventilation. We wish Mr. Rager a speedy […]

‘Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths’ Writer and Cast Interviewed

by on November 19, 2009
The recent print edition of “Life Story: Film Fantasy” magazine has buried in it a feature article on the upcoming “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths” animated film from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation. The “collectors edition” of this magazine focuses heavily on the “Twilight: New Moon” feature film and the Justice […]

Bob Bergen Advanced Voice Over Class in NYC on Dec 5-6, 2009

by Ed Liuon October 21, 2009
Voice actor Bob Bergen will be returning to New York City to teach his advanced voice-over acting workshop on December 5-6, 2009. In the class, Bergen does a mock “audition and casting” of a cartoon where day 1 involves auditioning for up to 15 characters, after which Bergen will cast the show. Day 2 will […]

Cast in Plastic: Toon Zone Interviews Michael Bell on Being "Plastic Man"

by on October 20, 2009
Michael Bell is one of the most prominent actors and voice-over actors working today, with hundreds of roles in films and television that literally far outweighs the careers of his compatriots on the Screen Actors Guild board (as you will understand in a moment). He also lent (okay, sold) his voice to numerous video games, […]

NYAF2009: Toon Zone Interviews "Soul Eater"’s Laura Bailey & Travis Willingham

by Ed Liuon October 15, 2009
With dozens of titles between them, Laura Bailey and Travis Willingham are clearly battle-scarred veterans of the anime voice acting scene. Both kicked off their careers with parts in Dragon Ball Z, and have gone on to give voice to many of the most popular characters in anime today, with Bailey providing the voice for […]

"Snow White" Diamond Edition: An Interview with Marge Champion

by Ed Liuon October 7, 2009
Marge Champion has had a lengthy and renowned career as a dancer, actress, and choreographer on stage and screen. Her first dance instructor was her father, the noted ballet master Ernest Belcher who was one of the first dance directors for the cinema and also dance instructor for both the stars and their children in […]

Jeff Foxworthy to Voice Ox in "Bunyan & Babe"

by on September 4, 2009
Jeff Foxworthy will voice Paul Bunyan’s blue ox Babe in the MGM/Exodus Film Group feature Bunyan & Babe. Bunyan will be voiced by John Goodman, while the film’s villain – a real estate developer – will be voiced by Kelsey Grammer. The film is slated for release in 2011. [ Source: AWN ]

Toon Zone Interviews Voice Acting Legend Jim Cummings on "The Tigger Movie"

by on September 2, 2009
If you’ve watched cartoons on TV or in the movies or played video games since the late 1980’s, odds are you’ve heard Jim Cummings’ work at least a dozen times. One of the busiest voice-over actors working today, Cummings has amassed a vast volume of cartoon, animated feature and video game voice work since he […]

John C. McGinley on Being Metallo in "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies"

by Ed Liuon August 18, 2009
Warner Brothers Animation has released the first press release interview to promote Superman/Batman: Public Enemies with actor John C. McGinley, who portrays the super villain Metallo. Among other topics, McGinley discusses his feelings about voice acting vs. on-camera work, his background with comic book superheroes as a child, the similarities between Andrea Romano and director […]