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Anime Limited Announces “Code Geass” Films For UK Release; First Film In Cinemas This Month

by Grant Whiteon March 4, 2018
Anime Limited, in partnership with National Amusements, have announced they have licensed the Code Geass anniversary movies for release in the United Kingdom. The trilogy of films are being created like many such compilation movies in the Sunrise library, repurposing footage from the original television version alongside a selection of new footage/scenes and a brand […]

Hands On At Bandai Namco UK With “Ni no Kuni II”, “Soulcalibur VI”, “Little Witch Academia” & “New Gundam Breaker”

by Grant Whiteon February 25, 2018
This past Wednesday I was invited to represent Toonzone at a special evening hosted by Bandai Namco UK, allowing attendees to get hands on with the current builds of four major upcoming games. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom I’ve never really got into the RPG scene for one reason or another. However they hold […]

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 […]

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 […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con October 2017 – Bandai Namco “Little Witch Academia” Interviews

by Grant Whiteon November 6, 2017
Bandai Namco, working alongside Anime Limited, arranged to bring a quartet of guests to MCM London to promote forthcoming game Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time– Yusuke Futami (Game Director), Yoh Yoshinari (Anime Director), Naoko Tsutsumi  (Anime Producer) and Katsuhiro Takei (Anime Producer). Toonzone was given the opportunity to pose questions to three of these […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con October 2017 – “Violet Evergarden” Episode One UK Premiere Review

by Grant Whiteon November 5, 2017
Part of the reason I hold so much respect for Anime Limited as a company is that as someone who was an anime fan during the post-Pokemon 21st century anime boom I know what it’s like to live in the UK and miss out on the opportunities fans elsewhere get. Sure it’s great to have […]
20th Century Fox

20th Century Fox and Locksmith Animation Announce “Ron’s Gone Wrong” for November 2020

by Ed Liuon October 14, 2017
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX & LOCKSMITH ANIMATION ANNOUNCE FIRST FILM – RON’S GONE WRONG Slated for November 2020 release. LOS ANGELES, CA – OCT 12, 2017 – Twentieth Century Fox and Locksmith Animation, the UK’s new high-end CG feature animation studio, have today revealed their inaugural project together, RON’S GONE WRONG. Co-Directors Alessandro Carloni (Kung Fu […]

Toonzone @ MCM London Comic Con May 2017 – “Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry” Panel

by Grant Whiteon September 3, 2017
Anime Limited’s Jeremy Graves took to the stage to introduce two of the key talent of the film Fairy Tail:Dragon Cry to a strong round of applause- director Tatsuma Minamikawa and producer Yohei Ito. Translation between Jeremy and the guests was handled by Bethan Jones. Jeremy asked each of the guests to introduce themselves. Minamikawa […]

Review: “Your Name” UK IMAX Theatrical Release: Simply Unforgettable

by Grant Whiteon August 21, 2017
I’m a bit late to the party on Your Name.  Lauded the world over, the Makoto Shinkai film received a limited run here in the UK last year but sadly not in any venues local to me. Though I may seem lazy in the face of an associate who went up and down the country […]