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All posts by: Cecilia Cordero

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The Dawn of the Croods Animated Sitcom to debut on Netflix

The Dawn of the Croods by DreamWorks Animation Television will have its worldwide debut on Netflix on December 24. However, you can enjoy a sneak peek of the series adaptation of the famous primitive family flick. This animated sitcom features Grug, Eep, Thunk, Sandy, Gran and Ugga who live in the Croodaceous era and cope with modern-day troubles for the first time such as slumber parties, ...

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New Ford Ad Features the Wishes on Dream Car of Dragon Ball’s Z Soldiers

Gohan, Krillin and Ford summoned the Namekian Dragon for the famous car maker’s new online advert. The Z Soldiers want to use their three wishes to have their dream car but with the new 2016 Ford Focus, they get their wishes granted and so much more. As the Dragon appears, the Z Soldiers start asking for their wishes. First in the scene was Krillin, who wants an audio system from Sony so that ...

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Watch Out for The Day Naruto Became Hokage in the Boruto DVD/Blu-ray Release

July 6, 2016 has been announced as the release date of the DVD/Blu-ray of Boruto-Naruto The Movie in Japan. Aniplex has confirmed that the limited production edition will include the new anime short based on The Day When Naruto Became Hokage manga episode, which is illustrated by the original author Masashi Kishimoto. The story was originally intended for the special booklet Naruto – Hiden Zai ...

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Cyber Group Sells More Than 250 Hours of Content to Asian Territories

Paris-based studio Cyber Group Studios will be increasing its footprint in Asia after a raft of new deals consisting of more than 250 half hours of content, from popular shows such as Zorro: The Chronicles, Tales of Tatonka, Mademoiselle Zazie, Zou, and others. The CG animated Tales of Tatonka is already making a great showing in the Asia Pacific region, with Discovery Networks recently renewing ...

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REVIEW: Inside Out – Out Now on 3D Blu-Ray

I have to admit that I missed Pixar’s Inside Out when it first came out in Theaters, because we’re not really a theatre-going kind of country these days on account of both ticket prices and the theatres themselves not being as accessible as they used to be. But I heard only good things about the CG animated film and have made it a point to avoid spoilers. So with Pixar’s 3D Blu-Ray release ...

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Disney Infinity 3.0 for Steam Released – Which DLC Should You Buy?

Last October 29, Disney Interactive quietly launched the PC version of Disney Infinity 3.0 on Steam. We’re saying quietly because it went past most people’s radar on account of Steam having a Halloween Sale going at the time, where most people are most likely distracted by the fact that you can snag most PC Resident Evils, the first two installments of The Witcher and a copy of Bioshock 1 and ...

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REVIEW: Adventure Time – The Enchiridion DVD

Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time: The Enchiridion DVD is out now, and the question is as always whether it’s worth the asking price. There’s no doubt that the content, which consists of 16 episodes that total 173 minutes of mathematical fun, command a price but what makes the DVD worth purchasing over just streaming or getting digital copies of the episodes, especially since four of the ...

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CBBC, CBeebies Commission JAM’s Little Roy and its Spin-Off

Dublin’s JAM Media has got a good deal going on right now, scoring a cross-over commission from both CBBC and its CBeebies arm for the live-action/animation hybrid series Little Roy, spurred on by the success of the preschool series Roy, which is currently airing on CBBC. Little Roy focuses on the titular 5 year old boy as he goes on a journey of self discovery through imaginative play. The ...

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5 Little Known Facts About the Batman Franchise

With over 75 years of history under its belt, there’s a lot of nifty bits of trivia surrounding the Batman franchise that the average fan doesn’t know. Usually it’s related to the stories within the comic books, cartoons, and movies, but some of the most interesting ones go a little bit behind the scenes. #5. The REAL First Batman Movie Depiction Most new fans believe that the first Batman ...

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5 Little Known Facts About the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise is a weird one. It was a massive success during the 90s and was able to nurse a healthy fanbase throughout its many iterations, and the franchise is still going strong to this day, save for a few dents because of the 2014 live action/CG film. However, its success really started from the animated TV series, which is a softened version that is retooled to ...

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5 Disney Films That Barely Broke Even

Even if you don’t count the LucasFilms and Marvel properties that are now part of their portfolio, there’s no denying that Disney owns a large cache of film properties that continue to print money for the house of mouse. However, what most people don’t know is that many of these films weren’t profitable when they originally debuted, and some even struggled to break even. Here are 5 of the ...

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5 Little Known Facts About the Simpsons

As one of the longest running American sitcom and animated series and recipient of countless awards (including a 31 Primetime Emmys, 30 Annies, and a Peabody), there’s no denying that Simpsons is easily one of the most popular animated franchises all over the world. As a result, many of the interesting facts about the show are already common knowledge among fans. Still, there are bits of ...

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