‘Totally Spies’ Visit Versailles in New App

Marathon Media (a Zodiak Kids company) and Château de Versailles Spectacles have joined forces to launch a new educational app based on Marathon’s hit toon property: Totally ... Continue Reading →

Marvel Comics Launches New Cross-Platform Promotion

To ride the popularity of the studio’s live-action features and animated series on Disney XD and Cartoon Network, Marvel Entertainment has launched a cross-platform promotional ... Continue Reading →

Check Out New ‘Futurama’ Final Season Clip

While we all steel our hearts and wait for the (second) final season of Matt Groening’s Futurama to blast off, Comedy Central offers a little salve for the wound with a new preview ... Continue Reading →

DWA Guns it for ‘Turbo’ App with $1m Contest

DreamWorks Animation is redefining a “snail’s pace” by launching a new action-packed app based on its upcoming (July 17) super-speedy mollusk movie, Turbo Racing League. The company ... Continue Reading →

Evolution Looks Out for ‘Dumb Ways To Die’

Licensing and brand management company Evolution will be the the global licensing agent for Metro Trains Melbourne’s (Metro) intellectual property Dumb Ways to Die, which originated ... Continue Reading →

Facebook and Pixar Animator to Reboot Emoticons

Facebook is teaming up with Pixar animator Matt Jones to come up with a new approach to online emoticons. Jones, who has also worked as storyboard artist on the Wallace and Gromit shorts. ... Continue Reading →

Jerry Beck Ankles Cartoon Brew

Animation historian, author and producer Jerry Beck has left his post as editor of the Cartoon Brew website. Beck, who formed the popular blog with partner Amid Amidi in 2004, said ... Continue Reading →

Little Airplane’s ‘Small Potatoes’ Star in Musical Movie

Little Airplane Productions are taking the star spuds of their pre-k series Small Potatoes on a feature-length musical adventure as the animated movie Meet the Small Potatoes premieres ... Continue Reading →

Disney’s New Princess Sofia Sparks Controversy

It seems like yesterday when Disney’s Princess Tiana (Princess and the Frog) generated lots of debate over the depiction of multicultural characters in animated films and TV shows. ... Continue Reading →

Henson to Distribute The Collective’s ‘Annoying Orange’

Entertainment management and production company The Collective has appointed Henson Independent Properties, The Jim Henson Company’s third party licensing banner, as the exclusive ... Continue Reading →