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Nut Job 2 Gets Release Date


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ToonBox Entertainment’s The Nut Job 2– originally to be released January 15th- is now looking at a release next month on May 19. The sequel to 2014’s The Nut Job features the return of Will Arnett as Surly Squirrel.

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Cartoons for Children, Part 1


Pinto's Prizma Comedy Revue

The idea that cartoons are created only for children is a pretty common one. However you may find that this preconception is a lot farther away from reality than you would think. Disney became the king of cartoon- land, and in doing so turn animation into an integral part of the film industry, with his philosophy dominating the market until the end of the century. But animation- not even in Walt Disney original intentions- was never intended only for kids.

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Zootopia Or The Importance Of The Second Character


Zootopia

Zootopia is a classic lesson about cinema. Full of references to the history of Hollywood, its script is a good example model for teaching new writers. The story shows that the magic can only emerge when the whole set and the relationship between the parts are working in harmony.

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Big Hero 6 As Animation Series


Big Hero 6 Animated Series

Big Hero 6 The Animated Series” will be an animated television series for kids, tweens and families, and is based on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award-winning 2014 feature film, also titled Big Hero 6. The TV series has begun production for a 2017 premiere on Disney XD.

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French César Nominations Announced


César award

France’s national film awards- the Césars- have been announced. With two animation categories, it is not unlike the Academy Awards, except the entrants are limited to French films. The ceremony will take place in Paris on February 26 at the Théâtre du Châtelet.

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NY Children’s Film Fest Slate & Jury


NEW YORK INT’L CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL

The critically acclaimed New York Int’l Children’s Film Festival has announced its 2016 jury and slate preview for the upcoming event, which runs February 26-March 20 in New York. Now in its 19th year, the Festival is the nation’s largest for children and teens and will present all new animated, live action, documentary and experimental shorts and features from approximately 30 countries.

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Boy and the Beast Gets US Release


Bakemono No Ko (The Boy and the Beast)

Mamoru Hosoda’s newest film Bakemono No Ko (The Boy and the Beast) has been slated for it’s US release. Funimation Entertainment announced their distribution of the eagerly anticipated film in an original subtitled Japanese and English dub versions will commence March 4 and screen in theaters nationwide.

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Oscar Nominees Are Announced


Academy Award Oscar

Awards season is upon us, an the grand-daddy of all the awards shows announced their nominees early this morning. At 5:30 am, John Krasinski, Guillermo Del Toro & Ang Lee announced the selected few at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Conspicuous by their absence are any films from Disney and DreamWorks; this years animation nominees show more of a foreign film blend than we have seen in previous years. Overall, Leonardo DiCaprio’s The Revenant was the big winner overall, taking in 11 total nominations. Jennifer Lawrence became the youngest woman- at 24- to garner four Best Actress nominations.

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DreamWorks Announces a Cast of Trolls


DreamWorks troll

DreamWorks Animation today announce the main voice cast of their second feature film for 2016. Trolls will feature the voices of Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Russell Brand, Icona Pop, Ron Funches and Kunal Nayaar, all of whom have all taken to Twitter to reveal their characters.

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