We love these new Big Hero 6stills that were recently posted on a Big Hero 6Tumblr blog and on the always awesome StitchKingdom.com fan site. Both stills are of Baymax who is featuring prominently in all of the film’s marketing materials so far.
There is so much about the newest teaser from Pixar that has me happily reminiscing of the 90’s Disney films. The mystique and general feelings of wonder as to what this film is going to be along with the behind-the-scenes footage of work in progress brings me back to the glorious days of pencil-test trailers.
FXX Network (the spin-off of the FX Network) has started showing a continuous marathon of The Simpsons. Over a 12-day period from August 21st to September 1st, FXX will show every single episode of the long-running animated series, along with The Simpsons Movie from 2007. That means all 522 episodes (plus the movie) will play over 278 continuous hours.
Stanford Clark and Tim Costello join Marc Vibbert to pay tribute to the legend that was Robin Williams, as well as discuss all the news that came out of San Diego Comic Con. Also announced is an exclusive Big Hero 6 promotion from the Animation Fascination team.
Also Discussed: the August Disney Blu-ray releases reviewed, Disney and LAIKA say that 2D hand drawn animation is still very much alive, the next Toy Story holiday special, awesome toys from Mondo Tees, new trailers from DreamWorks and Paramount, and so much more …
Since 1914 when Winsor McKay introduced the world to his magnificent Gertie the Dinosaur, practically every animation company has followed suit, trying to bring to life the prehistoric pets. We got wind of Pixar’s project, The Good Dinosaur, at D23 in 2011, but received an icy blow last year when it was announced the film, scheduled for theater release May 2014, would be postponed until late 2015.
modified version of art created by Otis Frampton (click on image for original)
Actor Simon Pegg took to his Twitter feed to make a very cool announcement. He and long-time collaborator and buddy Nick Frost are going to reprise their Shaun of the Dead characters Shaun and Ed in the upcoming Phineas and Ferb Halloween special.
Disney and Lucasfilm have announced the premiere dates for its upcoming animated TV series Star Wars Rebels.
The one-hour series premiere entitled “Spark of Rebellion” will make its debut on Disney Channel on October 3rd on Disney Channel. Regularly scheduled episodes begin airing on October 13th at 9pm ET/PT (check your local listings) on Disney X-D.
GKIDS is releasing in the U.S. the next English-dubbed film from Studio Ghibli, The Tale of Princess Kaguya. Directed by Isao Takahata, the hand-drawn animated films looks visually stunning and one-of-a-kind.