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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Sony Pictures Animation and Dark Horse Entertainment will develop an animated feature film based on the Dark Horse graphic novel series Chickenhare by Chris Grine, SPA president Michelle Raimo-Kouyate announced Wednesday.
Fans will be transported into the world of “South Park” as they walk into the 15,000-square-foot Ultimate Fan Experience located at 450 2nd Avenue (at 1st Avenue & J Street), just outside the San Diego Convention Center.
Cartoon Network has signed a development agreement with action-adventure producer Don Murphy and partner Susan Montford and their company Angry Filmworks to develop a live-action motion picture based on groundbreaking, environment-saving animated hero Captain Planet And The Planeteers, Stuart Snyder, president and COO of Turner Broadcasting System Inc.‘s Animation, Young Adults and Kids Media division, announced Tuesday.
CotD: Two Studio Ghibli films released today; We picked “Sen To Chihiro No Kamikakushi” (Spirited Away) to look at and to make it two Miyazakis in a row!
Other Cartoon Network series will be showcased at San Diego Comic-Con International, with talent and giveaways at convention panels including the action of Ben 10, Generator Rex, Young Justice, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, ThunderCats and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and the antics of comedy hits like Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball, The Problem Solverz and The Looney Tunes Show.
CotD: A lot of choices available today, but we shall go with “Gake No Ue No Ponyo” Miyazaki’s last feature film.
Oh bother! “Potter” positively pulverized “Pooh” at the box office over the weekend, with Disney’s latest incarnation of the “hunny”-loving bear opening in sixth place.
Winnie The Pooh made only $8 million in North America. Even though it’s a month old, Cars 2 was a rung higher at No. 5. The Pixar-Disney sequel collected $8.3 million — $12.4 million internationally.
CotD: Another of the most popular cartoons at BCDB, “I Love To Singa” is a great Tex Avery shoe… watch it again today!
CotD: Here’s one form off the beaten path! “Petete Y Trapito” was a big hit in Argentina– give it a look!
CotD: A blend of live action & animation, “Cool World” was director Ralph Bakshi’s answer to “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”
CotD: The little penguin made his second appearance in 1950’s “8 Ball Bunny” Do you remember his first film?
CotD: Tom goes for a tropical holiday in 1951’s “His Mouse Friday” Do you like this Tom & Jerry short? ~
CotD: Probably one of the highest regarded animated films of all time, “What’s Opera, Doc?” Do you like this Chuck Jones short? ~