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Film
Views My Little Pony: The Movie

The surprisingly action-packed My Little Pony: The Movie should delight fans of the series, while newcomers can appreciate the splashy animation and great songs.

Blu-ray
Views Star Wars – Rebels: Complete Season Three

The crew of the Ghost face off against Grand Admiral Thrawn as the penultimate season of Rebels sees the Alliance fully formed and the story inches towards A New Hope.

Artists
Views Disney historian Didier Ghez reveals the hidden art of Disney’s late golden age

We discuss the third volume in this important book series, in an exclusive interview with the author.

Film
Views The Lego Ninjago Movie

The Lego Ninjago Movie is enjoyable but not at all awesome. While there is some fun to be had, it’s hard to spin it as anything else but a letdown.

Event Coverage
Views 2017 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive

An exclusive recap of the annual convention, including coverage of Rocko’s Modern Life, DuckTales, The Legend of Korra, the Adam West Celebration, and the Hanna-Barbera 60th Anniversary!

Artists
Views A tribute to X. Atencio

We acknowledge the recent passing of a Disney legend by re-presenting a series of interviews that Jeremie completed with the fondly remembered artist and Imagineer.

DVD
Views The Powerpuff Girls: The Last Donnycorn

The Powerpuff Girls come dangerously close to not saving the day in this disappointingly underwhelming collection of episodes.

Television
Views DuckTales

Woo-hoo!

Artists
Views “With a smile and a song” with music historian James Bohn

Find out more about the Music In Disney’s Animated Features, a new book addressing this under-represented aspect of Disney research, in our exclusive interview!

Event Coverage
Views 2017 D23 Expo Exclusive

An exclusive recap of Disney’s biennial event, including the animation and live-action panels, Hercules 20th anniversary, and Oswald The Lucky Rabbit’s 90th birthday!

Television
Views Rick And Morty: Rickmancing The Stone

Adult Swim’s brilliant series is back for its third season, possibly more hilarious and twisted than ever. If you’re not already watching it, now’s the time to start.

Film
Views The Emoji Movie

The Emoji Movie is a stupid idea for an animated movie which is also probably better than it deserves to be.

Event Coverage
Views VIEW Conference 2017: an interview with director Maria Elena Gutierrez

Jeremie has an exclusive interview with the director of this important graphics and animation conference.

DVD
Views Adventure Time: The Complete Seventh Season

Continuing its creative storytelling and ambitious world-building, this show doesn’t lose any of its spark, also experimenting with its first miniseries: Marceline-centric Stakes.

Film
Views Despicable Me 3

Though it’s elevated by plenty of laughs and a fun new bad guy, Despicable Me 3 would’ve benefited from a little more focus…and, dare we say it, more Minions.

Film
Views Cars 3

Cars 3 is a little too similar to the original model. But with fun characters, nice writing, and top of the line animation, the film easily leaves the previous entry of the franchise in the dust.

Artists
Views Production Designer Bill Cone feels at “Eze” in the world of Cars 3

To get behind-the-scenes of one of summer’s most anticipated films, we met with Bill Cone, who was instrumental in giving Cars 3 its visual identity and soul.

Film
Views Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

With fun animation, hit-or-miss jokes, and a meandering plot, Captain Underpants is a mixed bag, somewhere between “not bad” and “not great”, and more tepid than epic.

Film
Views Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman is a pretty good superhero movie and the best DCEU film to date, boosted by Gal Gadot’s performance and director Patty Jenkins’ storytelling.

Blu-ray
Views The Red Turtle

The award-winning Studio Ghibli film, that actually is a European production, has characters that never speak, but the film has plenty to say.

Event Coverage
Views Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil Tribute Exhibition and Panel Event

An exclusive visit to a tribute exhibition and panel event for Disney XD’s hit series, with behind the scenes stories, details of Season 3, and a look at the various art on show!

Artists
Views For Smurfs: The Lost Village‘s art department, it’s great to feel blue!

We discuss the new design of the Smurfs and their world, with the new film’s character designer and production designer, in this exclusive interview.

DVD
Views Tangled: Before Ever After

The Tangled television series kicks off with this debut movie, whose job is simply to restore Rapunzel’s golden locks for the ongoing show in an entertaining enough fashion.

Book
Views The Road To Broadway And Beyond: Disney’s Aladdin – A Whole New World

As opulent as the film and current stage smash it documents and celebrates, Michael Lassell’s book is a wish come true for fans.

Film
Views The Boss Baby

While there is some fun for kids in The Boss Baby, adults sitting with them will be wishing they were at the grown-ups table instead.


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Animated News

Loud House creator suspended by Nickelodeon amid sexual harassment accusations


Disney XD sets one-hour Big Hero 6 The Series premiere in November


Trolls Holiday TV special airing on NBC in November; TV series coming to Netflix in 2018


Angelina Jolie to lend her voice to Disney’s The One and Only Ivan


The new Black Panther trailer is here


DreamWorks Animation director Conrad Vernon to helm The Addams Family


Disney shocks by cancelling Jack and the Beanstalk spin-off Gigantic


Here to watch the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is


The Last Jedi gets a brand new poster


The final Justice League trailer is here


Will Smith and Tom Holland to headline Blue Sky’s Spies in Disguise


DuckTales is Disney XD’s highest rated series in more than two years


Batman: The Animated Series Blu-ray collection coming in 2018


McDonald’s Rick and Morty Szechuan sauce stunt backfires


My Little Pony: The Movie opens

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Lionsgate and Allspark's My Little Pony: The Movie opens today in 2,528 theatres according to Box Office Mojo. The film is doing well with the critics, earning a solid 70% on the Tomatometer. Box Office Prophets predicts a 5th place opening weekend with $8.5 million, while BOM says 6th place with $8.3 million.



First look at Hotel Transylvania 3 revealed


My Little Pony: The Movie and the unusual job of cinematography on an animated film


What My Little Pony means for 2D animation


American Dad: Volume 12 coming to DVD in November


Ten essential episodes of My Little Pony for newcomers


My Little Pony tracking for $13 million opening with Blade Runner 2049 set to dominate box office


Full trailer for The Star now online


Trolls 2 bumped up to Valentine’s Day 2020


Despicable Me 3 coming to Blu-ray in December


Bob’s Burgers movie coming to theaters July 17th, 2020


Kate Winslet reunites with James Cameron for Avatar sequels


Pirates 5 director in talks to helm Maleficent sequel


Futurama coming to Syfy in November


Watch the international trailer for Paddington 2


Justice League takes over the latest cover of Empire


Sonic the Hedgehog movie speeds over to Paramount


Rick and Morty gets McDonald’s to bring back Mulan-themed dipping sauce for one day only


The Lego Ninjago Movie lands fourth place during second weekend


The Making of My Little Pony: The Movie to air on Discovery Family tonight


Josh Gad teases “special” Frozen 2


How Rick and Morty inexplicably became TV’s #1 comedy


Warner Bros. to release “non-continuity” DC Expanded Universe movies (whatever that means)


The humble roots of Despicable Me


My Little Pony cast discuss their roles


The Star gets PG rating, gets pushed back a week


Why 1930s animation continues to grip our culture


Live-action remake of Your Name on the way from J.J. Abrams


Lego Ninjago Movie tops TV advertising despite underwhelming box office


DuckTales team talks reboot, staying true to the original, voice cast and more


Aflac and DuckTales join marketing forces in new commercial


TV trailer for My Little Pony: The Movie released


Halloween SpongeBob SquarePants stop-motion episode airing in October


Teen Titans Go! animated movie coming to theaters summer 2018


Clifford the Big Red Dog movie still in the works


Rick and Morty’s worst fans don’t deserve Rick and Morty


Aardman launches online hub for original animated comedy


Maya The Bee episode pulled from Netflix for crude drawing, production company apologizes


The Lego Ninjago Movies kicking below tracking as it heads towards $20 million opening


The Lego Ninjago Movie opens

News

Warner Bros.' The Lego Ninjago Movie opens today in 4,047 theatres according to Box Office Mojo. The film hasn't impressed the critics as much as the previous two titles, earning only 48% at Rotten Tomatoes. BOM projects a second place weekend for the movie with $35 million, while Box Office Prophets sees it winning the top spot with $37.4 million.



Watch the first trailer for Peter Rabbit


Season 5 of BoJack Horseman greenlit by Netflix


The first trailer for Isle of Dogs is here


Beautiful new Ferdinand posters released


Lego Ninjago Movie could open anywhere between $30-$45 million


Fox, Locksmith Animation ink multi-year production and development deal



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