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SpongeBob SquarePants’ 10th Anniversary

The upcoming 10th anniversary for SpongeBob SquarePants is getting bigger and greater every second of the day!  All month long, Walmart Stores are celebrating with a special SpongeBob shop called “The Happy Place”.   The shop offers exclusive SpongeBob clothes and accessories, a DVD package, the SpongeBob vs. The Big One DVD, toys, and much more! ...


Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender

Nickelodeon recently featured a clip of M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming (has-to-be-awesome) movie, The Last Airbender, starring the formerly only animated Avatar.  The clip of the Paramount and Nickelodeon joint-project film was introduced by Dev Patel who plays Lord Zuko.  More details were promised soon, so stay TOONed to ToonBarn! ...


Avatar’s ‘Zuko’ now has a face

M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming live action film, Avatar: The Last Airbender, based on the popular Nickelodeon anime title, has finally found someone worthy of portraying Zuko.  Dev Patel, star of the recent hit Slumdog Millionaire, will take on the role of the Fire Nation’s evil Zuko, which was originally to be played by Jesse McCartney until schedule conflicts arose. The Last ...


Casting day for Avatar: The Last Airbender — the movie!

The internet has spoken! Buzz is all around that M. Night Shyamalan has begun casting roles his upcoming, live-action film, “Avatar: The Last Airbender”.  The movie, which is based on Nickelodeon’s animated super-hit series, has already cast Aang, Sokka, Katara, and maybe even Zuko.  So exciting!  The flick will hit theaters in July of 2010, but it’s good to hear ...


Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa — already setting records!

What the–?!  It’s not even out yet!!  Well, it’s not out in America yet.  DreamWorks Animation’s CGI animated film Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa opens in the US this Friday, November 7th, but it has already been released in Russia and the Ukraine.  Since opening last week, the movie, which is distributed by Paramount, has already earned $22 million at the box office.  ...


Less cartoon movies?!

Sadly, we could soon be faced with getting less cartoon love in the theaters. Paramount Pictures is making plans for 2009 to reduce its total amount of films to around 20.  So what will this mean for fans like us?  Well, we’ll still get our share of Nickelodeon related films, as well as those DreamWorks animation and Marvel Studios puts out, which are through Paramount.  This includes ... now has 6 pages of news and games!« First Page23456

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