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I Know That Voice Review; East Coast Premiere

John DiMaggio has been working on his labor of love for a long time. And now, I Know That Voice, his documentary that exposes the world to the actual actors behind all of the voices we have loved for years, is complete. ToonBarn was there, at the East Coast Premiere of I Know That Voice, hosted by The National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on Friday, November 8, 2013, along with John DiMaggio. ...

Sam Jackson, Jeff Goldblum and Leonard Nimoy in Triggerfish's Zambezia
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Sam Jackson, Jeff Goldblum and Leonard Nimoy in Triggerfish’s Zambezia

If you’re looking for some big time voice support, you’re not just limited to Disney’s Pixar, DreamWorks Animation, Sony, and a few select others. Triggerfish Animation Studios, based in South Africa, is hard at work on their upcoming CG animated film Zambezia, and they’ve got a whole stockpile of celebrities and stars to voice the characters. Joining the list for the ...

Winnie the Pooh brings honey to Disney Blu-ray and DVD on October 25th
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Winnie the Pooh brings honey to Disney Blu-ray and DVD on October 25th

Several months ago, when the summer was still new, Disney brought an old favorite back to theaters, with a new Winnie the Pooh adventure. In the past decade, computer animated projects have completely reinvented, and dominated, the field of animation – but Disney bucked that trend with 2011’s Winnie the Pooh, letting the iconic presentation speak for itself and pay tribute to its ...

Disney's Winnie the Pooh in theaters today
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Disney’s Winnie the Pooh in theaters today

Don’t look now, but you’ve got Pooh in your theater. Ahh, nothing like a good ole-fashioned Pooh joke to keep things classy! Silliness aside, one thing we here at ToonBarn Studios truly are excited about is the launch of Disney’s latest animated adventure, Winnie the Pooh. Featuring an all new story with all of the classic, iconic characters, the new tale boasts truly ...

Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Christopher Robin, Rabbit, and Hundred Acre Wood
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Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Christopher Robin, Rabbit, and Hundred Acre Wood

Roughly 85 years ago, A.A. Milne created the first of many story books starring Winnie the Pooh. Its unlikely anyone at the time thought that nearly 100 years later, fans all over the world would be lining up at theaters to see Winnie’s latest animated adventures up on the big screen. As Disney readies Winnie the Pooh for the movies once more, we finally get to relive all these moments ...

Disney gets Winnie the Pooh in theaters July 15th
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Disney gets Winnie the Pooh in theaters July 15th

In a handful of days, audiences worldwide will return to the Hundred Acre Wood, reliving their favorite memories and crafting new adventures with a group of lovable friends – and most of all, Winnie the Pooh. Heading to theaters on July 15th (with an album that features Zooey Deschanel available July 12th) the newest Winnie the Pooh feature film stars all of the iconic favorites and an ...

Valentine's Gnomeo & Juliet in theaters today
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Valentine’s Gnomeo & Juliet in theaters today

Today is a day of love. Well, of a love movie. The love day is technically this Monday, but Valentine’s Day is but a mere holiday — we’re talking about the timeless tale of real love here! Shakespeare’s immortal story of Romeo & Juliet has been told a hundred ways with a hundred variations, but we’re hard pressed to recall a version starring garden gnomes. ...

Gnomeo and Juliet set for a February 11, 2011 release, says eOne Entertainment
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Gnomeo and Juliet set for a February 11, 2011 release, says eOne Entertainment

Occasionally, movie ideas come along that studios have to fight over. Such is the case with Gnomeo and Juliet, a 3D animated take on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet being produced by eOne Entertainment as part of Touchstone Pictures. And whom did they wrestle ownership away from? None other than Disney, legends in the field of CG toons. But as John Lasseter and the rest of the Pixar ...

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