Animated JibJab Brothers Shine on Leno

Fans of Jibjab Media’s brilliant Flash-animated web toon, This Land, which has a lot of fun with George W. Bush and John Kerry, were delighted to see the creators Evan and Gregg ... Continue Reading →

Miyazaki’s Howl Sounds and Image Online

Howl’s Moving Castle, director Hayao Miyazaki’s and Studio Ghibli’s followup to their 2003 Best Animated Feature Oscar winner, Spirited Away, is now online with a ... Continue Reading →

Media-Shy Matrix Director Opens Up

Filmmakers Larry and Andy Wachowski, best known as the masterminds behind the $3 billion Matrix trilogy, have been notoriously reclusive when it comes to sharing insights with the press. ... Continue Reading →

2D Gollum Promotes Water Conservation

After becoming a huge star on the big screen, J.R.R. Tolkien’s Gollum is giving something back to the community. The iconic character can be seen extolling the virtues of using ... Continue Reading →

Nick Launches New Sites

Nickelodeon’s online division today launched two new web sites as part of the Dot Kids Act, established in 2002 to ensure safe spaces on the Internet for children under 13. The ... Continue Reading →

Star Wars Fan Film Finalists Named

Atom Films has posted the finalists in this year’s official Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Among the crop of 20 fan-produced spoofs and tributes are many animated entries, incuding ... Continue Reading →

Movielink Brings Star Blazers, Yamato Online

Fans of the classic anime series Star Blazers and Yamato can now get their fix online. Video-on-demand (VOD) service Movielink (, through a deal with trademark and ... Continue Reading →

Speed Racer Cruises to Movielink

Movielink (, a broadband video-on-demand (VOD) service, has acquired rights to carry all 52 episodes of the classic Speed Racer animated television series. The license ... Continue Reading →

Seinfeld’s Neurotic Man Meets Superman

Fans of the old Seinfeld series know that the show’s lead character Jerry (played by Jerry Seinfeld) was obsessed with Superman. It seems that Jerry’s preoccupation with ... Continue Reading →

Aardman’s Angry Kid Back at AtomFilms

Aardman Animations may be best known for its Oscar-winning Wallace & Gromit shorts and the hit feature Chicken Run, but a little something called Angry Kid has been building its ... Continue Reading →