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 →

Kyle Baker Talks About Showtime’s Dexter Toon

Considering that the fourth season premiere of Dexter, Showtime’s popular drama about everyone’s favorite serial killer, generated 1.5 million viewers, it’s not surprising ... Continue Reading →

Demme to Direct Animated Katrina Pic

Jonathan Demme (Silence of the Lambs, Rachel Getting Married) will be venturing into the world of animation with an upcoming adaptation of Dave Eggers’ Zeitoun. The Oscar-winning ... Continue Reading →

Win Free Coraline Halloween Screening Tickets!

If you and your family are looking for the perfect way to celebrate Halloween this Saturday (and you live in the Los Angeles area), we have the perfect treat for you. The good people ... Continue Reading →

OddBot Serves Sweet Candy

Just in time for Halloween, L.A.-based animation house OddBot Studio is serving up a cool new short about a lovesick Corn Kernel which comes up with a clever way to win the affections ... Continue Reading →

Mary and Max Wins Top Movie Prize at Ottawa

Adam Elliot’s emotionally charged stop-motion movie Mary and Max won the Ottawa International Animation Festival’s Grand Prize for Best Animated Feature this weekend. Elliot’s ... Continue Reading →

Comet and Toonzip Hire Alien Babysitters

Korean studio Toonzip has teamed up with Toronto-based Comet Entertainment to produce a new animated series titled Dodopam: Alien Babysitters. The 52 X 13 animated series follows the ... Continue Reading →

Groening Is Toast of the Town in Cannes

Forget about all the content sale hustle and global TV business deals. Matt Groening’s appearance at the 2009 MIPCOM market in Cannes was the biggest news in town this past week. ... Continue Reading →

Angelo Rules Is Most-Screened Show at MIPJunior

Cake Entertainment and TeamTO’s unique-looking new animated show Angelo Rules (formerly titled How To Drive Everybody Crazy) was the buyers’ most-watched program at this ... Continue Reading →

MIPCOM Day One: Sweet Deals and Discoveries

We got the usual flurry of news about series pickups, acquisitions and exec shuffles on the first day of the 25th edition of the MIPCOM market, which is taking place this week at the ... Continue Reading →