Month: March 2009 – page 2

Bolt: Meet Rhino (film clip)
New Astro Boy theatrical trailer, promo image

A new theatrical trailer for the upcoming CGI adaption of Astro Boy can now be viewed in HD on Hulu. Meanwhile, an exclusive promotional image has appeared on MTV’S Splash Page. Astro Boy is set to hit theaters on October 23rd, 2009.

Bolt on DVD & BD: One Super-Director + One Super-Voice Make One Super Rhino!

Jeremie Noyer speaks with Bolt‘s story supervisor Nathan Greno, and director Greno’s DVD short Super Rhino‘s voice artist Mark Walton!

Live action Sorcerer's Apprentice in 2010

According to Animation World Network, Jerry Bruckheimer’s live action adaption of Fantasia’s animated short, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, is now set to hit theaters on July 16th, 2010. Currently being helmed by director Jon Turteltaub, the modern-day set movie will begin filming this month and stars Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel.

Disney/Pixar Up for Cannes

The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the Cannes Film Festival is about to go 3D with the world premiere of Disney/Pixar’s digital offering Up, which will open the Festival de Cannes in the south of France on May 13. Festival organizers saw an early version of the film and “absolutely loved it”, says Mark Zoradi, president […]

New Meatballs trailer

The first trailer for Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs can be seen on SlashFilm. Sony’s upcoming animated flick is an adaption of the children’s novel of the same name. Meatballs will open in traditional as well as 3D compatible theaters on September 18th, 2009.

DC Comics animation goodness, plus director Michel Ocelot!

A whole heap of DC Comics animation reviews and videoclips, plus an interview with Azur & Asmar director Michel Ocelot!

The Zeta Project: DVD Clip
Azur & Asmar: Michel Ocelot’s Quest For Tolerance

Jeremie Noyer speaks with Azur & Asmar‘s director Michel Ocelot about his latest feature and his first to use CGI animation.

Wonder Woman

The Amazon princess finally gets her own movie, and it’s pretty good. Lots of action, but also with some humor, make this a winner.

Watchmen: The Complete Motion Comic

In an alternate version of the eighties in New York City, Nixon is serving his fifth term as president, America has won the war in Vietnam, the Cold War is at its most heated, costumed vigilantes have been outlawed, and a former vigilante, named Comedian, has been found murdered outside his apartment. In this world, another costumed vigilante named Rorschach investigates the murder while trying to convince his former colleagues that there is a wide conspiracy against them.

South Park Chihuahua…a new breed? Get Outa Here!

Jeremie speaks to the creators of You’re Outa Here, plus full reviews for Beverly Hills Chihuahua and South Park: Season 12.

Lorraine Feather & George Griffin on You’re Outa Here

Jeremie Noyer speaks with Lorraine Feather and George Griffin about their new independent short You’re Outa Here, which is showing this week at the South by Southwest 2009 Film Festival.

South Park: The Complete Twelfth Season

The boys are back in the Park for another fourteen episode run, coming over as shocking and hilarious as ever, even if this is a little more scatter-shot than usual season.

Beverly Hills Chihuahua

Disney’s south of the border comedy adventure is your typical talking dogs movie, though the off the wall promise of the teaser trailer is lacking in the final result.

Release date for Princesss bumped up

According to Variety, Disney has moved up the release date of the traditionally animated feature The Princess And The Frog. Previously slated for a Christmas Day opening, the film will now open exclusively in New York and Los Angeles on November 25th and nationwide on December 11th. The originally planned opening date would have pitched […]

Partly Cloudy details

PixarPlanet shares details and official plot synopsis for Partly Cloudy, short Accompanying Pixar’s Up. Directed by Peter Sohn, Partly Cloudy will play in front of Up starting May 29.

Pinocchio and Gulliver, but which one is the big lie…?

A look at Pinocchio, plus a word of warning on Gulliver’s Travels: be afraid…be very afraid…and run, run away!

When You Wish Upon A Star: The Musical Making of Walt Disney’s Pinocchio

Jeremie Noyer presents a unique and thoroughly involving exploration of Pinocchio‘s various visual and musical elements.