A new trailer has just been released for Ghost in the Shell Arise: Ghost Pain, which is scheduled to arrive in Japanese theaters on June 22. The movie is directed by Kise Kazuchika, and serves as a prequel to the main series.
This coming Sunday, May 26, starting from 12:30 pm ET, the Hub Network will be hosting a truly outrageous Jem and the Holograms marathon consisting of five music-filled episodes designed to remind old fans and introduce new ones to all the glam, glitter, and excitement provided by the classic 80s cartoon.
Clancy Brown, star of The Shawshank Redemption, Highlander, and Cowboys and Aliens, reprises his iconic villain role of Lex Luthor for the new Blu-ray/DVD feature-length animated film coming May 21: LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite. Over two nights in early February 2012, the versatile cast of LEGO Batman:…
Russian Animation studio Wizart has been very busy these past few weeks, and they have recently released a bunch of new posters and trailers to prove it. The new round of activity seems to coincide with their preparations for the Cannes Festival and Market, where two of their features will be presented,…
April 13, 2010It might only be their second movie, but they’ll be using three dimensions! Rainbow unveiled it’s latest project, Winx Club 3D Magical Adventure, a 3D feature film – the first movie to be produced in Italy using 3D stereoscopic technology. The plan is to have the film ready in Italian theaters later... Continue reading Winx Club 3D Magical Adventure GO »April 13, 2010After 25 long years of waiting, the Disney vault has finally released an updated version of The Great Mouse Detective: Mystery in the Mist Edition on DVD today, April 13th. When the diabolical Professor Ratigan kidnaps the city’s master toymaker, the brilliant Basil of Baker Street and his trusted sidekick Dawson set... Continue reading The Great Mouse Detective: Mystery in the Mist Edition on DVD today GO »April 13, 2010HIT Entertainment’s new Bob the Builder series, Bob the Builder: Ready, Steady, Build!, launched recently on CBeebies in the UK. The CG animated toon will air every weekday at 8:40 AM, nice and early for the early risers! There’s a number of new facets to this toon, including an entirely new look,... Continue reading Bob the Builder: Ready, Steady, Build! GO »April 12, 2010Cars, one of Pixar’s popular CG animated films, has had a lasting impression on audiences world wide. Continuing in the trend of the movie’s success, The Disney Channel and Disney XD have been occasionally running brief little segments featuring new animated bits based on the Cars movie. Each spot, called a Cars... Continue reading Disney and Pixar continue with more Cars Toons GO »April 12, 2010In one of the closest weekend box office races of the past few months, there was a near three-way tie for the top spot, as Date Night, Clash of the Titans, and How to Train Your Dragon finished within $1.7 million of each other. Date Night took the top spot honors, which... Continue reading Clash of the Titans and How to Train Your Dragon just miss Date Night GO »April 12, 2010The second feature film to come out of Pixar’s studios was A Bug’s Life, the followup to their original critical and financial success, Toy Story. The Disney film is now making its way to Astral Media’s Family Channel next Saturday, April 17th, at 6pm. When the grasshoppers return to eat what the... Continue reading A Bug’s Life on Family Channel this Saturday GO »April 12, 2010Nintendo loves making Pokemon fans happy, and this year will be no different. Just days after releasing the latest megahit to the anime styled Pokemon franchise, Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the creative folks are ramping things up once more with Pokemon Black and White. This is the fifth-generation Pokémon game, and it... Continue reading Nintendo preps Pokemon Black and White, to follow HeartGold and SoulSilver GO »April 11, 2010With only another few months until the July 2 release date of M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender movie, it was only a matter of time before the official video game companion was revealed. In steps THQ and Nintendo, working together on exclusive games for the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo... Continue reading THQ and Nintendo Wii bring M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender to Video game land GO »