Letter Perfect

Adam Elliot, the Oscar-winning director of Mary and Max talks about the joys and heartaches of making his first feature length stop-motion movie. Australian animator Adam Elliot has ... Continue Reading →

Toon Boom Offers 60% Off on Black Friday

If you’ve been waiting all year to get your hands on some quality Toon Boom releases at really fantastic prices, then you should check out the great deals the company is offering ... Continue Reading →

Comet and El Jueves to Play Funball Show

Toronto-based Comet Entertainment and Spain’s El Jueves have soccer fever. The two companies are getting ready to celebrate next summer’s World Cup, which is held in South ... Continue Reading →

Ten Animated Shorts Advance to Oscar’s Next Voting Round

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 animated short films will advance in the voting process for the 82nd Academy Awards. Thirty-seven pictures had ... Continue Reading →

Fantastic Mr. Fox Poised to Steal Hearts This Weekend

After months of generating positively glowing buzz, Wes Anderson’s quirky stop-motion animated Fantastic Mr. Fox makes the big leap to the screen in four theaters in Los Angeles ... Continue Reading →

New TMNT Toon Comes Out of Shell on CW4Kids

A new 90-minute animated movie starring everyone’s favorite pizza-loving, evil-fighting turtles will makes its TV debut on Saturday, November 21st at 10 a.m. on The CW4Kids. Titled ... Continue Reading →

Cookie Jar’s Johnny Test Returns to Cartoon Network

Fans of ready-for-adventure Johnny Test and his genetically engineered super dog, Dukey, can look forward to a new season of the popular Cookie Jar show beginning Thursday, Nov. 12 ... Continue Reading →

SpongeBob Helps Fanboy Set New Records for Nick

Last Friday, a new star-studded special featuring SpongeBob SquarePants, one of Nickelodeon’s most popular weapons of mass entertainment, helped deliver huge numbers for the premiere ... Continue Reading →

A Dug’s Life: Ronnie del Carmen Chats About His New Pixar Short

Just in time for the November 10 release of Disney/Pixar’s much-loved feature Up on DVD and Blu-ray, we had the chance to chat with acclaimed story supervisor and storyboard ... Continue Reading →

How to Train Your Dragon Trailer Arrives

DreamWorks Animation has released the first trailer for its eagerly awaited spring 2010 movie How to Train Your Dragon on Yahoo Movies. Directed by Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders (Lilo ... Continue Reading →