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Frozen Sequel Confirmed

If the new Frozen short attached to Disney’s live-action version of Cinderella made you crave another round of adventure with Elsa, Anna, Kristof and the gang, then you should rejoice because Disney has officially confirmed that there will be a Frozen sequel. ...


New One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Trailer Features Blackbeard, Kuma, Caesar Clown

Bandai Namco has just posted three new character clips for the 3D crowd brawling game One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3. Fans of the Straw Hat pirates will have to sit this one out, though, because the clips focus on several villains (well, one of them is technically a villain now.) The characters featured consist of Blackbeard, Bartholomew Kuma, and Caesar Clown. You can check out the clips below: ...


Legend of Zelda Stop Motion Short via iPhone and Vine

A six-second stop motion might not be that impressive, but you have to apply proper context: animator and comedian Johnny McHone created a six second stop motion short based on the Legend of Zelda using only his iPhone. It’s only six seconds because it was made using the Vine App. Besides, if you watch the video , you can see that the figure and clay animation was well-done and we personally ...


Bandai Namco Launches J-Stars Victory VS+ English Site

Bandai Namco recently launched an English site for the Western/International release of the 3D inter-franchise brawler J-Stars Victory VS, which has been dubbed as J-Stars Victory VS+. As for what the + means, we have no idea. All we know is that like the original, VS+ is meant to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Shonen Jump as well as the 20th anniversary of V Jump. ...


Luffy to Appear in Live Action TV Special

One Piece is definitely not a stranger to inter-franchise crossovers, after all, the IP has already appeared in various crossover videogames and even had a TV special with Dragonball, Naruto, and Toriko. However, Luffy’s appearance on Yo nimo Kimyō na Monogatari this April 11 will be particularly noteworthy because it’s going to be a CG/live action hybrid, with Luffy appearing as CG in the ...


Pixar Releases New Trailer for Inside Out

Pixar has recently released a brand new trailer for their upcoming CG animated feature Inside Out, which is directed by industry veteran Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc.) The movie focuses on the anthropomorphic representations of the voices inside our head, via the central character Riley, who is a teenager who has to deal with the difficulties associated with moving to a new town. You can check ...


Akira Hollywood Adaptation Halted (Again)

According to a recent report by, the most recent attempt by Hollywood to adapt Katsuhiro Otomo’s iconic anime Akira to a live action format has been halted yet again. It’s bad news for people who want to see the live action adaptation finally push through, but an incredibly good news for people who don’t trust Hollywood’s output and track record when it comes to adaptation of ...


Review: Dragonball Xenoverse Steam Version

A close look on Dragonball Xenoverse’s Steam port may be overdue at this point considering that the game has been released for a couple of weeks now, but we wanted to keep mum until the dust has settled because PC releases (these days) seem to be plagued with launch day hitches that make games look worse than they really are. After several weeks of playtime and a couple of patches, it seems ...


Jeff Hale – Creator of the “Pinball Number Count” and “Typewriter” Along with Detective Man For Sesame Street, Passes.

Jeff Hale, the award-winning director best known for his work with Sesame Street and the controversial Lenny Bruce short Thank You Mask Man, passed away in late February. He was 92 years old. Born in Margate, England in 1923, Hale began drawing as a teenager during a long hospital stay and trained at the Royal College of Art in London. His first animation job was at W.M. Larkins studio in ...


Simpsons Co-Creator Sam Simon Loses his Battle with Cancer.

Sam Simon, the nine-time Emmy Award-winning comedy writer and producer who helped develop The Simpsons, made millions after leaving the show in 1993 and then donated his riches to charity, has died, his foundation announced on Monday. He was 59. “He was a genius and a great humanitarian in ways public and private. I personally owe him more than can be repaid, but I will do my best to help ... now has 677 pages of news and games!« First Page23456Last Page »