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Marvel Animation To Create Avengers Sequel

Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Mar­vel Ani­ma­tion is team­ing the big green guy with Tony Stark in an all new fea­ture film. Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United is a direct-to-video ani­mated film that will team the two up to bat­tle the energy crea­ture Zzzax.

The two ride off together at the end of the hit film The Avengers, prompt­ing some to spec­u­late as to a team­ing of Iron Man and The Hulk. This ani­mated film seems to be that team­ing, albeit not offi­cially. There are at least two more films in the live-action series of The Avengers.

In Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United, Zzzax’s ori­gin is explored. He wrecks havoc on the east coast of the United States. Hulk and Iron Man ini­tially think the other is to blame, but team up to fight Zzzax when they real­ize their mistake.

Adrian Pas­dar will voice Tony Stark/Iron Man and Fred ­Tatas­ciore reprises his role as Bruce Banner/The Hulk. Vet­eran voice actor Dee Bradley Baker takes on the energy crea­ture Zzzax.

Pro­duced in a hybrid of com­puter gen­er­ated and hand-made art, the film has a whole new style for Mar­vel Ani­ma­tion. Below are a cou­ple early pro­mo­tional images Mar­vel released to Enter­tain­ment Weekly show­ing the new char­ac­ter designs.

The Hulk- Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

The Hulk– Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Iron Man- Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Iron Man– Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United

Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United releases to DVD on April 23, 2013.

via ew.com (http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/10/04/iron-man-hulk-heroes-united-first-look-at-marvel-animations-debut-movie-exclusive/)

The Legend of Mor’du Short Announced For Brave Blu-Ray

The Legend of Mor'du

The Leg­end of Mor’du

With Disney’s announce­ment for a Novem­ber 13, 2012 Blu-ray release of the Pixar hit Brave, also comes the news of a new short based in the new Brave world. Extras on the release will include a new short called, The Leg­end of Mor’du as well as 2001’s the­atri­cally released La Luna (which was shown before Brave in it’s the­atri­cal release).

Based in the mag­i­cal Scot­land of Brave, The Leg­end of Mor’du will give fans the chance to delve deeper into the leg­end behind Mordu, as told by the eccen­tric witch who trans­formed him. Mor’du, as you may remem­ber, was a prince who was trans­formed into a bear. Mor’du appeared in the film as a mon­strous, 15 feet tall black bear with huge claws, a mis­aligned jaw, and long, sharp teeth, his body cov­ered in scars and bro­ken weapons and arrows. King Fer­gus lost his leg in a bat­tle against this bear while pro­tect­ing his wife and daughter.

Other extras on the newly announced Blu-ray pack­age include:

  • La Luna” The­atri­cal Short – Fans will love this charm­ing short that accom­pa­nied the film in the­aters. It fol­lows a young boy on his first night work­ing the fam­ily busi­ness along­side his father and grandfather.
  • The Leg­end of Mor’du” Short – This rous­ing new bonus short film will give fans the chance to delve deeper into the leg­end behind Mordu, as told by the eccen­tric witch who trans­formed him.
  • Brave Old World – Fans will watch as mem­bers of the “Brave” pro­duc­tion team inves­ti­gate Scot­land, explor­ing its land, cul­ture, peo­ple and dialects. The research they gath­ered was brought thrillingly to life in the­film. Also, fans will hear what actress Emma Thomp­son (voice of Queen Eli­nor) thinks of Pixar’s take on her homeland.
  • Merida & Eli­nor – With the cre­ation of Merida and Eli­nor, the Pixar film­mak­ers delved deep into the rela­tion­ship between mother and daugh­ter. High­light­ing con­trasts in char­ac­ter design, cloth­ing, ani­ma­tion, voic­ing, even hair­style, watch how the film­mak­ers explored this most impor­tant of relationships.
  • Bears – Take a look inside the art and design behind the bears in “Brave.” Each of the bears, gen­tle Mum-Bear and ter­ri­fy­ing Mor’du, demanded a dif­fer­ent approach to cre­at­ing their phys­i­cal appear­ance and personality.
  • Brawl in the Hall – A fas­ci­nat­ing and hilar­i­ous inside look at the process of cre­at­ing “Brave’s” fight­ing Scots, through ani­ma­tion, crowd sim­u­la­tion and fight chore­og­ra­phy – not to men­tion a room full of grunt­ing men whose vocal chor­tles added authen­tic­ity to the rau­cous scene.
  • Won­der Moss – Fans will explore how “Brave’s” tech­ni­cal artists exam­ined the real Scot­tish coun­try­side and stud­ied the laws of nature, then turned the­sefind­ings into com­puter codes that would blan­ket Merida’s Scot­land in lush moss, lichen and bracken.
  • Magic –The magic and mys­tery of Scot­land is revealed to fans in this charm­ing fea­ture about the leg­ends – from mys­ti­cal potions to the will-o’-the-wisps – seen in “Brave.”
  • Clan Pixar – At Pixar, get­ting into char­ac­ter is a team effort. From mak­ing Hag­gis to Kilt Fri­days to cel­e­brat­ing the Scot­tish poet Robert Burns, fans will see how the “Brave” pro­duc­tion crew truly embraced Scot­tish themes and cus­toms fueled the Pixar crew through­out the cre­ation of “Brave.”
  • Once Upon A Scene – A closer look at the evo­lu­tion of the sto­ry­lines through­out the pro­duc­tion of the film, includ­ing alter­na­tive open­ings to the film and many deleted scenes.
  • Extended Scenes – Three sep­a­rate scenes are high­lighted in their extended form. Direc­tor Mark Andrews dis­cusses the deci­sion mak­ing process that led to the short­ened ver­sions of these scenes.
  • Fer­gus & Mor’du” An Alter­nate Open­ing – Once upon a time, “Brave” had a dif­fer­ent open­ing scene. Even­tu­ally cut from the film, fans can see it in its entirety in this bonus fea­ture nar­rated by the film’s direc­tor Mark Andrews.
  • Fallen War­riors Mon­tage – A selec­tion of deleted shots that were cut from the film late in pro­duc­tion are pre­sented to fans in var­i­ous stages ofcom­ple­tion through a video mon­tage nar­rated by direc­tor Mark Andrews.
  • Dirty Hairy Peo­ple – Fans will enjoy this uproar­i­ous bonus fea­ture dis­cussing the devel­op­ment of “Brave’s” Scots – includ­ing the design of their hair, attire, and dirt-crusted physiques.
  • It is English…Sort Of – This bonus fea­ture helps fans inter­pret some of the more Scot­tish lines in the film, thanks to the real Scot­tish actors who play the key char­ac­ters and con­tributed their own dialects and sayings.
  • Angus – A look at Merida’s most trusted com­pan­ion, Angus, a mighty Clydesdale.
  • The Tapes­try – Fans will learn the story behind this embroi­dered emblem of fam­ily unity, which was lov­ingly crafted by “Brave’s” team of artists.
  • Pro­mo­tional Pieces – This bonus includes pro­mo­tional clips for “Brave,” includ­ing: “Feast Yer Eyes,” “Relics,” “Clan Dun­Broch,” “Launch,” and more.
  • Art Gallery – A selec­tion of breath­tak­ing art from the cre­ation of the film, show­cas­ing char­ac­ters, sets, scenes and stun­ning landscapes.
  • Wee Gaffes – A video mon­tage of sim­u­la­tion, ani­ma­tion and shot bloopers.
  • Renais­sance Ani­ma­tion Man – Get a look at Direc­tor Mark Andrews’ love of Scot­land, sword-fighting, music and more!
  • Direc­tor Commentary
  • Teasers and Sneak Peeks

The Brave disks will release on Novem­ber 13, 2012. There are actu­ally two Blu-ray ver­sions– a 5-disc Ulti­mate Collector’s Edi­tion (includes 1 Blu-ray 3D disc, 2 Blu-Ray Discs, 1 DVD, and 1 dig­i­tal copy), 3-disc Collector’s Edi­tion Blu-ray Combo Pack (includes 2 Blu-ray discs and 1 DVD), and a 1-disc DVD edi­tion.

Jack-Jack Attack (2005) — PIXAR Direct-To-Video Cartoon

Jack-Jack Attack (2005)

Jack-Jack Attack (2005)

CotD: Released on the DVD of The Incred­i­bles, “Jack-Jack Attack” is a great alter­nate slice of time from Brad Bird’s 2005 film.

Jack-Jack Attack (2005) — PIXAR Direct-To-Video Cartoon

While the Parr fam­ily was out sav­ing the world from Syn­drome, this short looks at the wild times at home between Jack-Jack and his baby-sitter Kari.

Come see “Jack-Jack Attack” on video at Big Car­toon DataBase

Attack Of The Drones (2005) — Looney Tunes Cartoon Series

Attack Of The Drones (2005) - Looney Tunes

Attack Of The Drones (2005) — Looney Tunes

CotD: One of a series of 6 “Larry Doyle” Looney Tunes, “Attack Of The Drones ” never made it into the­aters (even more were never even finished!).

Attack Of The Drones (2005) — Looney Tunes Car­toon Series

Duck Dodgers cre­ates a group of robot repli­cas to destroy a space men­ace; then he lets the hero robots loose. Bad things happen.

Come see “Attack Of The Drones ” on video at Big Car­toon DataBase

Eagle One & CAPCOM Team On New Street Fighter Video

Street Fighter: The New Challengers

Street Fighter: The New Challengers

Eagle One Media is proud to announce the upcom­ing August 2nd 2011 release of its lat­est ani­mated comic video pro­duc­tion Street Fighter: The New Chal­lengers. Based on the ever pop­u­lar CAPCOM video game fran­chise and Udon Stu­dio best sell­ing comic book series this new 90 minute Street Fighter video fea­ture will be released as a stand­alone DVD and offered in a spe­cial col­lec­tor bun­dle package.

In Street Fighter: The New Chal­lengers the epic saga con­tin­ues as Ryu begins his jour­ney around the world, Cammy’s quest to dis­cover her past takes a num­ber of unex­pected turns, Chun-Li’s inves­ti­ga­tion into Shadaloo takes her from the depths of the Hong Kong under­world to the jun­gles of Brazil, and Ken must con­tend with a venge­ful Vega who wants noth­ing but to turn Ken’s wed­ding shower into a blood­bath. Many famil­iar faces from the Street Fighter uni­verse return includ­ing US Spe­cial Ops Guile and the spunky and deter­mined school­girl Sakura, while fan-favorites such as Fei-Long, Gen, Bal­rog, Blanka, and team Delta Red make their debut.

Street Fighter: The New Chal­lengers will be offered to Street Fighter fans in two unique con­sumer prod­ucts. As a stand­alone DVD release or with a Lim­ited Edi­tion Ryu Street Fighter T-shirt spe­cially pro­duced for this video release.

A 4+ minute video clip can be viewed at YouTube, at the offi­cial CAPCOM
UNITY
web­site, and at the BCDB Video Page for this show.