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Space Chickens in Space

CAKE, Anima, and Studio Moshi Start Production of “Space Chickens in Space” for Disney EMEA and Channel 9 Australia

by Ed Liuon February 20, 2018
CAKE, ÁNIMA AND STUDIO MOSHI PARTNER WITH DISNEY EMEA AND CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA ON SPACE CHICKENS IN SPACE 20 February 2018 London-based kids’ entertainment specialist CAKE, Mexico-based leading animation outfit Ánima and Australian animation producer Studio Moshi have announced the production start of their new surreal comedy animation series Space Chickens in Space for commissioning […]
Early Man

Review: “Early Man” – Surprisingly Conventional

by Ed Liuon February 16, 2018
I’ve long felt that Aardman Animation never got the attention it deserves among the general American public, remaining cult favorites among cartoon aficionados while lesser work from bigger studios got the blockbuster box office and pop culture mindshare. Unfortunately, I’m not sure that Early Man, the latest feature from the studio, will do very much […]

“The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia Giveaway”

by Zeddon January 31, 2018
From BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe comes The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia. In conjunction, toonzone is giving away a Seven Deadly Sins figurine to one lucky United Kingdom resident. Based on the hit manga, The Seven Deadly Sins by Nabaka Suzuki, the game allows players to enjoy stories of adventure while experiencing all of […]
Disney Pixar Coco

Disney/Pixar’s “Coco” Comes to Digital on February 13, 2017; Blu-ray and Ultra HD on February 27

by Ed Liuon January 15, 2018
Host an Unforgettable Family Reunion in Your Home! Disney•Pixar’s COCO Crosses Over Digitally in HD, 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere on Feb. 13 and 4K Ultra HD™ & Blu-ray™ on Feb. 27 The critically acclaimed animated film celebrates the importance of family, honoring your ancestors and following your dreams, and includes extensive extras for […]

Michelle Creber My Little Pony the Movie

Multi-Talented Michelle Creber on Being a Pony for “My Little Pony: The Movie”

by Ed Liuon January 10, 2018
Michelle Creber has an incredibly intimidating acting resume for someone who just turned 18. The actor, singer, dancer, musician, song-writer and voiceover artist has numerous TV shows, movies, stage productions, and music albums under her belt, ranging from voiceover roles as Lucy in Peanuts motion comics, Alice in PBS Kids’ Martha Speaks, and Wendy in […]
Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Review: “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” – Luke Be A Jedi Tonight

by Grant Whiteon December 15, 2017
When last we left the Star Wars Saga, Rey had finally tracked down Luke Skywalker to request his aid in fighting the First Order. So in a surprise to her and quite likely the audience, at the start of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Luke wants no part of this war and resents the legend […]

Golden Globe

2018 Golden Globe Nominees Announced; “Coco,” “Ferdinand” Lead Animated Nominees

by Ed Liuon December 12, 2017
The nominees list for the 2018 Golden Globes has been released, with Disney/Pixar’s Coco and 20th Century Fox/Blue Sky Studios’ Ferdinand leading the animated productions with two nominations each. The full list of categories with something animated in contention are: Best Original Song, Motion Picture “Home” — Ferdinand “Mighty “River” — Mudbound “Remember Me” — […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con October 2017 – Dan Green & Eric Stuart ‘Yu-Gi-Oh!’ Panel

by Grant Whiteon December 3, 2017
On the opening Friday of MCM London, star voice actors Dan Green (Yugi) and Eric Stuart (Kaiba) took to the stage to discuss Yu-Gi-Oh! and their careers in general. Asked if they were familiar with the series prior to working on it, Stuart revealed that he was actually asked to be the voice director prior […]

Animation Abroad – Recap & Follow Ups

by Joshua Baileyon November 14, 2017
I’ve had the privilege to write about a number of fascinating foreign cartoons this year. These animated programs, from small but talented studios around the world, deserve to be recognized for what they are bringing to the industry. I have been following them for quite some time, and with news on multiple fronts, I felt […]

Ginerva – Life After Death

by Greg91on November 10, 2017
  Ginevra is an animated short inspired by the unfinished poem “The Dirge” by poet Percy Shelley. The short follows a mother after her daughter is murdered. Through this tragedy, she discovers there is more to life after death than she ever imagined. “The Dirge” poem was based on the legend of Ginevra degli Almeiri, […]