Cinderella Sweeps Up on DVD

According to Daily Variety, The DVD debut of Disney’s restored classic, Cinderella, sold more than 3 million copies in its first week at retail. More than a million units of the ... Continue Reading →

Bardel Features Sold to Toon Disney

Toon Disney in the U.S. has picked up the animated features Dragons: Fire & Ice, Dragons: The Metal Ages and Silverwing: The Movie Trilogy from Bardel Distribution. Set to air this ... Continue Reading →

The Smurfs Get Bombed

Sure, The Smurfs may have their share of haters amongst serious animation professionals, but do we really want to see them devastated by an air raid? A new 25-second Unicef spot set ... Continue Reading →

Miyazaki’s Totoro to Close Hollywood Film Fest

This year’s Hollywood Film Festival will open on Oct 18 with Warner Bros.’ Val Kilmer/Robert Downey Jr. action-comedy, Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, and close on Oct. 23 with the ... Continue Reading →

All Grown Up, Dora, Ziggy Specials on Disc

The tween Rugrats hit the road in an all-new, hour-long adventure that aired Monday, Oct. 10 on Nickelodeon. Now the All Grown Up Columbus Day special, R.V. Having Fun Yet? arrives ... Continue Reading →

South Park 6 in DVD Mix

South Park: The Complete Sixth Season arrives at retail today as a three-disc set featuring all 17 episodes of Comedy Central’s hugely popular adult cartoon about life in a small ... Continue Reading →

Orphanage Adopts Tartakovsky

Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky has a new job. The two-time Emmy winner behind Cartoon Network’s Dexter’s Laboratory and Star Wars: Clone Wars is heading up to San ... Continue Reading →

Nightmare Before Christmas Games Arrive

As his latest stop-motion tour de force, Corpse Bride, entertains moviegoers in theaters, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas finally makes its video game debut through ... Continue Reading →

Fire Engulfs Aardman Warehouse

The box-office success of Aardman Animation’s Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit was tempered by news that the British studio’s warehouse went up in flames ... Continue Reading →

Wallace & Gromit’s Curse Lifted to Top

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit chewed up the most greenery at the North American box office over the weekend, devouring an estimated $16 million to easily beat its ... Continue Reading →