Posts Tagged ‘Warner Bros Animation’

NYCC 2015: Roundtable Interviews With the Cast & Crew of “Justice League: Cosmic Clash”

by Todd DuBoison November 12, 2015
During New York Comic Con 2015, Toonzone News was able to attend the panel for LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Cosmic Clash, which recently wrapped up production and is to be released in early 2016. Toonzone also had the opportunity to participate in a roundtable interview session with several members of the […]

NYCC 2015: “Wabbit” Woundtable with J.P. Karliak, Bob Bergen, Gary Hartle, and Jeff Bergman

by Ed Liuon October 27, 2015
At New York Comic Con 2015, Toonzone News was able to sit in on a press roundtable session with Wabbit voice actors Jeff Bergman, Bob Bergen, and J.P. Karliak; and producer Gary Hartle. Interviews have been edited for better flow in print. Questions asked by Toonzone News are marked. Bob Bergen has been the iconic […]


SDCC2015: “The Iron Giant” To Get “Signature Edition” Rerelease With New Scenes

by Todd DuBoison July 8, 2015
Warner Bros Animation’s 1999 film The Iron Giant will receive a long-awaited remastered rerelease this fall, director Brad Bird first revealed on twitter Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Bird teased further details to be revealed during San Diego Comic Con this week, but in the meantime Fathom Events has announced today that it is partnering with Warner […]


“The LEGO Movie” Home Video Release Date & Details Set

by Todd DuBoison May 1, 2014
Warner Home Video has dated Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s The LEGO Movie for release on Blu-ray and DVD on June 17th, 2014 and on digital platforms starting May 20th. Both the 2-disc Blu-ray / DVD release and the single-disc DVD release, retailing for $35.99 and $28.98 respectively, will include the following special features: Feature […]


Warner Bros Animation Cashes In On Register

by Alex Beanon April 23, 2014
Warner Bros Animation promoted their executive vice president, Sam Register, to president of the company’s historically significant animation division as well as putting him in charge of a newly created live-action digital division. Register spent 10 years at Cartoon Network where he created “Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi” before joining Warner Bros Animation in 2007 […]