Robot Chicken Does Star Wars

If you thought the Star Wars Holiday Special from the ’80s was a hoot, just wait until you see what the folks behind [adult swim]‘s Robot Chicken do with some action figures ... Continue Reading →

Taffy Shows Stretch in Middle East

Taffy Ent., which handles worldwide distribution and brand management for a number of leading animation producers, has extended its presence in the Middle East with sales to E-Vision ... Continue Reading →

Geronimo Stilton Gets Animated

Italian production company Atlantyca Ent., which owns rights to the popular children’s book property Geronimo Stilton, has teamed with Canada’s 9 Story Ent. and France’s ... Continue Reading →

Anthem Goes to O.Z. for Tin Man

Having recently completed more than 130 vfx shots for the third installment in Dario Argento’s horror trilogy The Third Mother, Anthem Visual Effects is moving on to a new version ... Continue Reading →

Animation Lab Goes Wild with First Feature

The Animation Lab in Israel has begun work on its first animated feature, which is being produced under the working title The Wild Bunch. The CG film is now in pre-production with Annie ... Continue Reading →

Batman Finale Glimpses Series’ Future

Warner Bros. informs us that the upcoming two-part season finale of The Batman will offer fans a taste of what’s to come in the 2007-2008 season of the hit, Emmy-winning animated ... Continue Reading →

Starz Airs Cars Toon Fest

In conjunction with its April 28 debut of the Disney/Pixar family feature Cars, Starz On Demand is gearing up to present ‘Cars Toon Fest,’ a month-long tribute to the Oscar-nominated ... Continue Reading →

MYP, CNI, GME in Co-Prod Soup For Hero: 108

Indie animation studio Mike Young Productions, Gamania Digital Entertainment and Cartoon Network International have joined forces to co-produce the new animated comedy/action series ... Continue Reading →

Lil’Bush Makes the Big Time on Small Screen

In what may be a TV first, Comedy Central’s new series Lil’ Bush (which premieres in June) comes to TV by way of mobile devices such as web-enabled cell phones. The property ... Continue Reading →

Rintindumb Chews on New Deal

A raft of broadcasters at MIP-TV has picked up French studio Xilam’s canine comedy Rintindumb. The 2D-animated series, which debuted in September on France 3, has been licensed ... Continue Reading →