Month: November 2020

Rosario Dawson reveals how she was cast as Ahsoka Tano on The Mandalorian
Warning From Space

Arrow Video brings out the Japanese classic, allowing a reappraisal after years of low-quality TV broadcasts and public domain DVDs. The film seems a little derivative and quaint today, but it does occupy an important place in Japanese film history as their first color science fiction film. It’s good, too, once you can get past the silly-looking starfish aliens.

Darth Vader actor David Prowse passes away
Go big with the teaser for Clifford the Big Red Dog

A very brief teaser for Clifford the Big Red Dog is now online, and can be checked out in the player above. The live-action adaptation of the adventures of gigantic red canine is set to arrive in theaters sometime in 2021. Clifford had previously been seen on the big screen in a 2004 fully animated feature–Clifford’s Really […]

There’s a new boss in town in The Boss Baby: Family Business trailer

The first trailer for The Boss Baby: Family Business is now online, and can be viewed in the player above. From the looks of things, it will feature the same brand of surreal comedy as the original. The sequel to the Oscar-nominated DreamWorks Animation hit is set to arrive in theaters (assuming they’re open by then!) […]

Tangled is turning 10 but has never felt more timely
Bringing the Animaniacs back for a new generation
Chiodo Bros talk Netflix’s Alien Xmas

The talented brothers realize their dream of a stop-motion special in the classic tradition, speaking about the immense project, its origins as a book, and how producer Jon Favreau helped guide production, in our exclusive, in-depth interview.

After backlash, Peanuts holiday specials to air on TV after all…on PBS
Baobab Studios announces “The Art of Baobab: The Beginning” book at CTN Live

To celebrate their five-year anniversary, Baobab Studios are proud to announce that for the first time, they are publishing a compilation of over 230 pieces of never-before-seen art that went into the making of their award-winning projects. Entitled “The Art of Baobab: The Beginning” and written by Jacob Johnston with a foreword by Baobab co-founder […]

The game of cat & mouse is on in new Tom & Jerry trailer

The first trailer for the live-action Tom & Jerry movie is now online, and can be viewed in the player above. This time around, the classic cat & mouse duo will be brought to life through computer animation, though they’re still going to look like “cartoons” rather than the more realistic approach similar films have taken. […]

Could Wonder Woman 1984 be the next would-be blockbuster to skip theaters?
Jon M. Chu in talks to helm live-action Stitch
Scooby-Doo creator Ken Spears dies, months after co-creator Joe Ruby
Celebrate Life Day with The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special trailer

The trailer for The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special is now online, and you can check it out in the player above. The comedy event is a parody/tribute to the most infamous two hours of the franchise’s history, 1978’s The Star Wars Holiday Special. It is set to premiere on Disney+ later this month. The LEGO Star […]

Wallace & Gromit are back in new Christmas-themed commercial

It may be only early November, but Wallace & Gromit have decided that it’s okay to get into the holiday spirit in a new commercial, which you can watch in the player above. The ad is for the furniture company DFS. A full press release for the advertising collaboration follows. Furniture retailer DFS is launching its […]

Full voice cast announced for Paw Patrol: The Movie
Wonder Woman 1984 likely to leave its Christmas Day release date
Iconic puppets from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer up for auction