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Netflix Inc. and The Walt Disney Company announced Tuesday a new multi-year licensing agreement that will make Netflix the exclusive United States subscription television service for first-run animated and live-action feature films from The Walt Disney Studios.
One of the most bizarre– and most fun!- Christmas specials is A Wish For Wings That Work, based on the the Bloom County comic strip by Berkeley Breathed. The special, produced by Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment, has more than it’s share of surprises… including an uncredited voice appearance by.… well, just watch it and see.
Bureaucrats in Wolverhampton, England refused to let SpongeBob Squarepants go on stage for the city’s Christmas lights turn-on ceremony because it was felt that his costume was to large for him to climb five steps to the platform.
Disney Channel’s “Phineas and Ferb” was the sole animated program announced Wednesday as a nominee for the 24th Annual Producers Guild Awards.
Cartoon Network Europe series “The Amazing World Of Gumball” was the winner in both the Animation and Writing categories Sunday at the British Academy Children’s Awards.
For her portrayals of Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Toronto-born Vancouver performer Andrea Libman, 28, won the Award for Best Voice at the inaugural UBCP/ACTRA Awards.
Blending 3D animation with live action, the public service announcement One Boy’s Story has won two Emmy awards from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Chicago/Midwest Chapter.
Rainmaker Entertainment Inc. has appointed feature film and TV executive Michael Hefferon as president and executive producer, Craig Graham, newly appointed chairman and CEO of the Vancouver-based CGI animation production studio, announced.
Nuclear plant owner C. Montgomery Burns, of “The Simpsons” fame (or infamy, depending on how you look at it), is backing Mitt Romney for president of the United States.
Through its Film Club, the National Film Board of Canada is a privileged partner of public libraries across the country.
The TV series “The Amazing World of Gumball” has received two nominations for the British Academy Children’s Awards, organizers announced Monday.
Disney’s newest princess is set to premiere in three short weeks in Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess. Despite Sofia the First being Disney’s first Latino princess– and Disney’s youngest– Sofia has not endeared herself to many in the Hispanic population.
FOX is going back to the grill for a fourth season of Bob’s Burgers, announcing twenty-two new episodes for next year barely two shows into this year’s third season.
Seth MacFarlane will host the 85th Academy Awards, telecast producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced Monday. This will be MacFarlane’s first appearance on the Oscars stage. The Academy Awards will be broadcast live Sunday, February 24 on ABC.
MacFarlane is the creative force behind the TV series Family Guy and co-creator of American Dad! and The Cleveland Show. He has received 13 Emmy nominations and won two for his work on Family Guy.