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Having swept off with to Oscar for Best Animated Feature, Hayao Miyazaki’s animated masterpiece Spirited Away has been given wider theatrical release and is poised to debut on DVD and VHS on April 15. The two-disc DVD will include the original Japanese-language track, a introduction by John Lasseter (producer of [...]
NBM Publishing has released the graphic novel version of Hair High, Bill Plympton’s upcoming animated feature. The graphic novel is based on Plympton’s storyboards for the film and offers an advance peek at the movie. Through a web cam on his web site (http://www.hairhigh.com), Plympton has been allowing fans to [...]
Among this week’s most eagerly awaited home video releases are a collection of classic TV episodes and a supped up anniversary edition of a groundbreaking smash hit. Futurama Season 1 and the Vista Series edition of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? both hit shelves today. Futurama didn’t last in the Fox [...]
Big Idea Prods., creators of the VeggieTales direct-to-video and theatrical feature film franchise has teamed up with ValuSoft, a division of THQ Inc., to release VeggieTales Creativity City for PC. Rated “E” for Everyone, the title features games and activities for the whole family. Bob the Tomato and Larry the [...]
Venice, Calif.-based animation and effects house Blur Studio has produced its first computer animated short. Like Sony Pictures Imageworks’ The ChubbChubbs, Blur’s Aunt Luisa will be a lead-in to the studio’s foray into animated features. Produced entirely in-house, Aunt Luisa is about an aging widow who, through a scotch-induced haze, [...]
Today’s batch of home video releases sees the debut of an all-new follow-up to a beloved children’s favorite and the latest installment in an anime phenomenon. Charlottes Web 2 and Pok’mon 4Ever are both available on DVD and VHS. Charlotte’s Web 2 continues E.B. White’s classic story of a remarkable [...]
A number of animated films make their way to home video today, including the first big-screen outing for VeggieTales, an all-new Scooby-Doo mystery and two classics from the Rankin and Bass catalog. Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie is set to make a splash on DVD and VHS. A modest success at [...]
Mutant Aliens, the latest feature from cult-hero animator Bill Plympton, will be released on DVD through IndieDVD on June 17. The quirky, hand-drawn sci-fi comedy had a limited theatrical release in 2002 and was one of this year’s 17 animated Oscar hopefuls. Mutant Aliens tells the story of Earl Jensen, [...]
If you liked the live-action version of Marvel Comic’s Daredevil, you may want to check out the new home video release Daredevil vs. Spiderman. The animated clash of superpowers is now available on DVD and VHS. The film delves into the origin of “The Man Without Fear” and pits him [...]
CINAR Corp. is teaming with Sony Wonder Canada and Warner Home Video to produce the first feature-length Caillou adventure. An expansion of the award-winning, animated preschool TV series, the movie available on DVD and VHS across the U.S. and Canada in the fall of 2003. Caillou airs daily on PBS [...]