About Jon Hueber

I am the Lead Game Writer and Film Reviewer for TheHDRoom, and Staff Writer for Animation Fascination. I'm also a screenwriter with eight unproduced feature scripts. I also freelance edit and write.

Cartoon Network is Saved!

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This past weekend, the L.A. Times reported that Stu Snyder, the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Cartoon Network had been relieved of his duties effective at the end of March. To all in the know, this is welcome news, as Snyder was the person responsible for the lack of cartoons on the network dedicated to, you know, cartoons.

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Clone Wars Coming, Ending on Netflix: May the Stream be With You

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On March 7th, Star Wars fans will finally be able to get closure on Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series as Lucasfilm and ABC/Disney have announced that the last season–abbreviated as it is–will be coming to Netflix.

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‘Clone Wars’ Final Arc to Be Told in Comic Book Miniseries

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When the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated TV series was abruptly cancelled last spring as part of the Disney/Lucasfilm acquisition, fans wondered if the still-dangling storylines would ever be resolved.

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‘Rocky and Bullwinkle’ To Make Cinematic Return

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DreamWorks Animation announced today that a brand new Rocky & Bullwinkle short film will be released in 2014, to coincide with the theatrical release of Mr. Peabody & Sherman, the much-anticipated 3D animated film hitting theaters next March.

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First Full Trailer for ‘Mr. Peabody and Sherman’ Makes History

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DreamWorks Animation Studios has released the first official full-length trailer for their much-anticipated animated film, Mr. Peabody & Sherman.

The 3D film, directed by Rob Minkoff (Disney’s The Lion King) and starring the voice talents of Ty Burrell (TV’s Modern Family) as Mr. Peabody and Max Charles (TV’s Neighbors) as his boy, Sherman, among many others, is based on the classic Jay Ward Studios segments that were part of the Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle TV series.

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‘Star Wars: Rebels’ Voice Casting Rumors Surface

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The Hollywood Reporter has shined some light on the now dark Star Wars Animation universe by announcing possible voice actors for the new animated TV series, Star Wars: Rebels that will hit small screens in the fall of 2014.

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DreamWorks Animation Adds Chapman Library

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DreamWorks Animation is continuing its recent string of content acquisitions by taking on the Chapman Entertainment Library, which includes pre-school-aimed fare such as Roary the Racing Car, Raa Raa the Noisy Lion, Fifi and the Flowertots, and Little Charley Bear.

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Creative Arts Emmy Awards Handed Out

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On September 15th, the 65th annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards were handed out in Los Angeles, California. The Creative Arts Emmys are typically awarded a week before the full-blown–and more hyped–Emmy Awards, which focuses more on above-the-line names and front-of-camera talent.

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June Foray, The First Lady of Voice Acting, to receive 2013 Governors Award

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The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) will honor the great June Foray, the undisputed First Lady of Voice Acting, with the lifetime Governors Award at this year’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards show on September 15th.

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