09/09/09 A Definite Star Date for Debuts for Beatles: Rock Band, 9

Wednesday is not the normal day for new video games or movies to debut, but neither The Beatles: Rock Band or Shane Acker’s feature-film version of 9 are typical projects. The ... Continue Reading →

DC Entertainment Debuts with Nelson in Charge

Warner Bros. Entertainment has revamped its DC Comics subsidiary into a new company called DC Entertainment and placed in charge executive Diane Nelson, formerly president of Warner ... Continue Reading →

Special Offer! Discount Passes to CTN’s Animation Expo

The Sept. 30 deadline is fast approaching for the money-saving early-bird registration to Creative Talent Network’s Animation Expo ‘ a deal made extra great for Animation ... Continue Reading →

CBS Becomes Cookie Jar TV on Saturdays Starting Sept. 19

Starting Sept. 19, Cookie Jar Entertainment is taking over the CBS airwaves once a week for three hours, presenting the best of its animated children’s fare in a new block called ... Continue Reading →

Henson Seeks Pajanimals Partners

The Jim Henson Co. will be shopping at MIPCOM for production partners to help it tuck in a new half-hour series for preschoolers starring the Pajanimals. Pajanimals has been airing ... Continue Reading →

Red Kite Plans Return for The Imp

Animation studio Red Kite is bringing back The Imp, bigger and better than ever. The series, whose eponymous and incompetent hero tries to fill the world with evil but always fall short, ... Continue Reading →

Chorion To Debut Octonauts at MIPCOM

Chorion will be debuting its new preschool animated series The Octonauts at this year’s MIPCOM, set for Oct. 5-9 in Cannes, France. The adventure series is about a team of heroes ... Continue Reading →

Luxo Sues Pixar Over Planned Lamp Sale

The Luxo lamp company has sued animation studio Pixar over the studio’s plans to sell a limited edition ‘Luxo Jr.’ lamp with the upcoming Blu-ray version of Up. ‘Luxo ... Continue Reading →

Upgraded Bedknobs Comes to DVD

A new DVD edition of Bedknobs and Boomsticks, Disney’s Oscar-winning mix of animation and live-action, leads this week’s home video releases. The 1971 film (Disney, $29.99) ... Continue Reading →

Academy Considers 11 Sci-Tech Honorees

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has selected 11 candidates for its scientific and technical achievements honors. The selected achievements are: ‘ Enabling Technologies ... Continue Reading →