Month: April 2020

The trailer for the final season of She-Ra & the Princesses of Power is here

The trailer for the final season of She-Ra & the Princesses of Power is now online, and you can check it out in the player above. The 2018 reboot of She-Ra: Princess of Power has gotten a pretty positive reception from both longtime fans and newcomers, so it may be surprising to some that it’s […]

Hercules live-action remake in the works with Shang-Chi writer, Russo brothers producing
Michael Ouweleen named new president of Adult Swim
Life of Pi actor Irrfan Khan passes away at 54
AMC Theatres ban all Universal films in wake of Trolls World Tour
Some 2020 streamed films to be Oscar eligible

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that for this year only, streamed films will be eligible for Oscars. “Until further notice, and for the 93rd Awards year only, films that had a previously planned theatrical release but are initially made available on a commercial streaming or VOD service may qualify in […]

Trolls World Tour

While the magic of the original might not quite be fully recaptured here, Trolls World Tour is nevertheless cheery, non-demanding escapism that might be exactly what the doctor ordered during these uncertain times.

Sony does release date juggling for Connected, Spider-Verse 2, and more

It’s become increasingly common news for film studios to announce release date changes for their tentpoles these days, and this evening proved no different with Sony Pictures Animation announcing that their entire lineup of upcoming features have been given new slots. The updated calendar now stands as follows… Connected: October 23rd, 2020. Vivo: June 4th, […]

Chris Hemsworth praises Thor: Love & Thunder script
DC Universe’s Harley Quinn cartoon to begin airing on SYFY in May
The Willoughbys

The Willoughbys is full of contradictions: a story that’s dark but sweet, animation that’s not top-notch but charming, and characters who are dysfunctional but likable. If this what we can expect from streaming services, sign me up!

Scoob will skip theaters, debut on-demand in May
Live-action One Punch Man movie in development at Sony
Venom: Let There Be Carnage coming summer 2021
Oscar-winning Munro animator Gene Deitch, also of infamous 1960s low-budget Tom & Jerry cartoons, dies aged 95

Onward: A Musical Chat with Conductor/Orchestrator Nicholas Dodd

Dodd describes his collaboration with the composers, musicians, and singers, and what makes working with Pixar so special.

New clip from upcoming The Willoughbys

A new clip for Netflix’s The Willoughbys has been posted. “Who knew a baby could move that fast? When candy is involved, all bets are off!” Based on a book by Lois Lowry, the film is directed by Kris Pearn and written by Pearn and Mark Stanleigh. The cast includes Will Forte, Maya Rudolph, Alessia […]

Paramount shifts SpongeBob again, moves third film to August

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run has been moved by Paramount, and will now open on August 7th. This marks the second time the third SpongeBob feature film has seen a release date shift, as it had previously been set for a Memorial Day weekend opening before being set for late July. This Memorial […]

Danny Goldman dead; Brainy Smurf voice actor was 80
Disney pushes Soul back to holiday season, Raya to 2021

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the news, it remains uncertain as to when movie theaters will be open again. Probably because of this, Disney has announced via social media that Pixar’s Soul–which had been set to open in June–will now be hitting theaters on November 20th (which is the same day Godzilla Vs. […]

Bob Iger thought he was leaving on top. Now, he’s fighting for Disney’s life
Trolls World Tour reportedly tops Amazon Prime and drive-in movie theaters
The Willoughbys on Netflix: A Chat with Director Kris Pearn

Pearn shares how design and music contribute to telling an originally subversive tale based on a quirky children’s book, in our exclusive interview.