Like LEGO bricks and building sets? Like making movies? Warner Bros. is giving a unique opportunity for fans 16 years and older to participate in their upcoming full-length animated pic The LEGO Movie.
Step right up and come on in, here’s where the fun begins!
In this episode there’s so much to do, getting ready just for you, everybody’s busy, bringing you a Disney afternoon! In case you haven’t guessed yet Marc and Matt are joined by Justin Vactor to discuss the early 90s era of Disney animation on TV.
From Darkwing Duck, to Rescue Rangers, TaleSpin, Gargoyles, and Gummi Bears, all the favorites are discussed as well as much, much more..
So what to do? Just grab onto some duck tails and let’s get dangerous.
The Hub TV Network, the kid and family friendly joint venture between Discovery Communications and Hasbro, announced this week their schedule for the 2013-14 season, which includes two original series, two acquired series, nine returning series, and two original movies. All in all, there are lots of animated programming now playing and coming soon on The Hub.
As DreamWorks Animation readies to launch its newest animated property, The
Croods this weekend, the new trailer for their summer film, Turbo, has hit the net.
It seems that the world can’t get enough Oz thanks to the recent live-action Disney
hit, and Summertime Entertainment is bringing us more as their new film, Dorothy
of Oz has now been renamed, a new distributor has stepped in, and its 2013 release
date has been pushed back to early 2014.
Angry Birds Toons, the new animated series based on the hit mobile app game, has started its world-wide rollout. The series is now available to watch via the actual Angry Birds mobile app—just look for the “Toons” channel button in the updated version of the app.
The Disney/Pixar marketing machine for Monsters University is moving ahead in full force toward the film’s June 21 release. Adding to the already awesome viral marketing for the film is a recently discovered Tumblr site run by “The Grumblr,” an “MU softmore” and “self-diagnosed coffee addict.”
On Saturday, April 6th, Nickelodeon will premiere Monster Vs. Aliens as an ongoing television series. The show is scheduled for 26 first season episodes and is based on the 2009 DreamWorks Animation Studios Film of the same name.