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DreamWorks preps How To Train Your Dragon
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DreamWorks preps How To Train Your Dragon

We’ve been on the ride that started at Shrek, headed towards Kung Fu Panda, around to Madagascar, and through Monsters and Aliens, but now the DreamWorks train is making its way to dragons! How To Train Your Dragon, which will run in full 3D, is the latest in a long line of CG animated films, set to hit theaters March 26th. Like Shrek, the film is also getting the live show treatment, ...

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New cartoons from Scholastic Media

Scholastic Media is planning on bringing us a bunch of new projects for later this year and early next, including three animated toons. One such Scholastic series is titled Chicken Socks, based on the Klutz activity book series of the same name. The books are about various things to create or build or day dream about, and the toon will take on that same idea. Dragoonies is another Scholastic ...

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The Black Belt Club Toon

Dawn Barnes is not only a Karate expert, but an author. Barnes’ hit book series The Black Belt Club has captivated audiences ever since it was first printed by Scholastic. But now, workign with Curious Pictures, the pair hopes to get an even larger following with a brand new animated series. The cartoon hopes to hit TVs in 2010, the same time as the fourth book in The Black Belt Club ...

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How to Train Your Dragon

DreamWorks Animation and Paramount Pictures are not only enjoying Monsters and Aliens, but also Dragons! The companies are producing a new CG animated film based on the book by Cressida Cowell. The film, set to be in theaters for March 26th, 2010, stars the voice talents of Gerard Butler, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. ...

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Olivia’s Treehouse debut

On Monday, February 23rd at 5:45pm, Corus Entertainment’s Treehouse will be home to the Canadian debut of Olivia, the CG animated series. The 15 minute episode is produced by Chorion and Brown Bag Films, and based on the Olivia book series, by Ian Falconer. New 15-minute episodes will air every day that week at 5:45pm. The following Saturday, February 28th, the network will feature a 30 ...

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