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Tag Archives: Fox
CotD: No one ever accused the Simpsons of being the next Einsteins, but “Bart Gets An F” is maybe too far to the other side…
CotD: From the second of the Fox/WB Batman series, “Time Out Of Joint” featured one of the more obscure Bat-Criminals…
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded the 2010-11 Creative Arts Primetime Emmys for programs and individual achievements at the 63rd Emmy Awards presentation at the NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles.
Twentieth Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios announced Monday the voice cast for Ice Age: Continental Drift, the fourth entry in Blue Sky’s blockbuster franchise, which has grossed over $4 billion in all media.
Fox will release the animated comedy in 3D on July 13, 2012.
“Leafmen,” Fox’s next major animated film, is being scheduled by the studio for wide release on May 17, 2013.
It’s bad enough that Mr. Burns steals the newly discovered oil under Springfield Elementary, but it’s going too far when he steals the town’s sunshine. He is shot, and everyone wonders who did the dirty deed.
Roger becomes a bounty hunter, and he and Stan race cross-country to turn in Jeff, who is wanted for smuggling pot into Florida.
Yabba dabba doo! Fox has picked up The Flintstones, a 21st-century version of the classic animated comedy from executive producer Seth MacFarlane.
In a cross-studio collaboration, The Flintstones will be produced jointly by 20th Century Fox Television and Warner Bros. Television. Warner Bros. is home to The Flintstones (1960–1966) via its ownership of the Hanna-Barbera collection of animated titles.
The actress who voices Bart on “The Simpsons” denied Wednesday that she’s trying to sneak the Church of Scientology’s teachings into Illinois classrooms.
Rio de Janeiro isn’t just the setting for an animated movie featuring macaws.
It’s also the venue for the third annual Diversity in Animation festival, which gets underway this Friday, May 6.
Yo ho ho! It’s a pirate’s life for Peter when he gets a pet parrot. But after raising hell in Quahog and terrorizing the neighbors, Peter accidentally kills his beloved pet. Meanwhile, Chris goes with Brian to the vet and falls for the lovely intern Anna.
Fox is pulling a hurricane-themed crossover promotion of Seth MacFarlane’s animated shows due to the storms and tornado damage in the Southeastern United States that have killed about 300 people.
The network had planned to air linked episodes of Family Guy, American Dad! and The Cleveland Show on Sunday night. The new installments were to have an interconnected story line about a hurricane on the Eastern Seaboard.
Rio opened here last night and it was with a great deal of pleasure and relief to watch after the awfulness of Hop. Rio is a genuine animated feature unlike Hop, and it has one thing over the bunny disaster.…namely quality!!
I wouldn’t go as far to say that Rio is great because it doesn’t quite lift itself into that league. It isn’t Rango territory, or Pixar even, but it is well above that of the recent Gnomeo and Juliet.
It’s Stewie’s first birthday, and Lois has a big party arranged for him until Peter messes up her plans. Lois is furious with Peter when he allows Meg to attend a party the same day as Stewie’s birthday.