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Disney Wins By a Head

The name Arthur Davis may not be familiar to the casual toonhead, but not many artists had as long and productive a career in animation as Davis did. He started in animation in the ... Continue Reading →
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‘Cars 2′ Co-Director Brad Lewis Heads to Digital Domain

Having navigated Pixar’s Cars 2 to the finish line as co-director to John Lasseter, Brad Lewis has signed on to directed original animated feature films for Digital Domain Media ... Continue Reading →
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Art Institute Sets Ollies Animation Fest for June 9 in L.A.

The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles, an educational institution for career preparation in the visual and culinary arts, announces its inaugural animation event, the ... Continue Reading →
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Gumball Begins Reign of Color

Cartoon Network Europe’s hot new series serves up the adventures of an animated sitcom family with amazing verve and visual pizzazz. If you’re been searching for a dynamite new ... Continue Reading →
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MacFarlane to Reboot ‘The Flintstones’

According to a story in Deadline.com, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has acquired the rights to reboot Hanna Barbera’s iconic series The Flintstones both on TV and in features. ... Continue Reading →
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‘The Illusionist’ Casts Its Spell on DVD

Sylvain Chomet’s highly acclaimed and Oscar-nominated 2D feature The Illusionist arrives on DVD and Blu-ray today. The beautifully drawn movie, which is based on a screenplay by French ... Continue Reading →
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Classic ‘Tom & Jerry,’ New ‘Chuggington’ Lead DVD Sets

A lot of classic characters are arriving in this week’s delivery of home entertainment releases. It doesn’t get more classic than Tom & Jerry: Fur Flying Adventures, ... Continue Reading →
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‘Tron: Legacy’ Racks Up $43 Million Opening

Disney’s Tron: Legacy handily topped the weekend box office charts as expected, though its $43.5 million opening weekend gross leaves unclear whether the film is an unabashed ... Continue Reading →