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The folks at DreamWorks are going full steam ahead with their clever web spots for their upcoming feature Puss in Boots. Yesterday, we discovered a new 35-second ad about Puss, spoofing Dos Equis’ “Most Interesting Man in the World.” The clever spot introduces Puss (Antonio Banderas) as the most interesting [...]
Aniboom Virtual Studio (aniboom.com) has released a new service: The Aniboom Animation Marketplace, which will address the needs of production studios and companies to complement their production and creative capabilities with qualified, professional and cost-efficient animation resources for projects of various types and sizes. The Marketplace offers solutions for a [...]
A clever video featuring everyone’s favorite heroic cat has hit the web this week. The star of DreamWorks Animation’s Puss In Boots praises the art of going pantless in public because “he is one bad kitty!” The swashbuckling cat (voiced by Shrek veteran Antonio Banderas) stars in his own adventure [...]
Animation fans can finally get an online taste of the Duopoly children’s series The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom as the show debuts on Hulu.com. Episodes of the series are now streaming on the free, ad-supported site as well as on the Hulu Plus subscription service. [...]
The creators of Robot Chicken are bringing their unique brand of animated-toy humor to YouTube, launching a new content channel that will feature a new show called Stoopid Monkey. Named for the production company behind the Adult Swim series Robot Chicken and Titan Maximum, the channel is a joint venture [...]
Gnomon Studios will release a new animated short film called Plus Minus in late 2011. Here’s a first-look trailer for the film. Plus Minus from Gnomon School of Visual Effects on Vimeo. The short film is the second original work to come out of Gnomon Studios, and is co-directed by [...]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made available online a tremendous resource for animation and filmmaking aficionados with its new Production Art Database. The database contains records for more than 5,300 items from the library’s collection, including motion picture costume and production design drawings, animation art, storyboards [...]
One of our favorite comics at Animation Magazine is The Rocketeer, created way back in the early 1980s by Dave Stevens and turned into a live-action feature film by Disney in 1991. The movie version of The Rocketeer was a box office flop, but has found new popularity in recent [...]
It’s a well-known fact that one of the beauties of creating an animated series for the web is that you don’t have to worry about the usual bureaucracies and demands of the traditional gatekeepers. That’s why talented Hollywood screenwriter Claire-Dee Lim, who penned the popular family feature Firehouse Dog, decided [...]
DC Comics will reboot its entire line of superhero comic book titles, relaunching 52 comic titles with first issues that will be released day and date digitally and in print. The relaunch spins out of the current Flashpoint event and will kick off Aug. 31, when DC will release the [...]