Following the lead of a group of wacky penguins, and the adventures of a kung fu fighting panda, DreamWorks Animation plans to bring recent feature-length animated hit, The Croods, to the small screen. Jeffrey Katzenberg, the CEO of DreamWorks, recently explained the future plans of the animation division on a recent call to stockholders regarding first quarter earnings.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced this week the nominees for the 2013 Daytime Emmy Awards. Among the soap operas, talk shows, game shows, and cooking show categories, some awesome animated programs are getting some well-deserved recognition. The Daytime Emmy Award show will be broadcast on HLN (CNN’s Headline News channel) on June 16, 2013, 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.
Nick, Nick, Nick, Nick, NickNick, Nick Nick, Nickel-od-eon.
In this episode Marc and Matt are joined by Animation Fascination writer Matt Hardeman to discuss Nicktoons!
All your favorites are here; from Doug, Rugrats, and Angry Beavers, to Hey Arnold!, Ren and Stimpy, & The Wild Thornberrys.
So sit back, grab some powdered toast, rock out with The Beets, and tell old football head to move it, because this is sure to be a hoot!
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.
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.
Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph was the big winner at last night’s 40th Annual Annie Awards, bringing home a total of four awards, including Best Writing, Best Directing and Best Animated Feature.
ParaNorman, one of last year’s most beloved films here at Animation Fascination, came away with two awards, both revolving around character design and both, in our opinion, rightfully deserved. We were also happy to see Tron: Uprising win a couple of awards, although they are slightly bittersweet what with the show’s recent cancellation.
Boo! In this spooktacular episode Marc and Matt are joined by guest host Tim Buel (FirstShowing.net‘s “The Golden Briefcase”) to become a part of the Midnight Society. We discuss our favorite Halloween films and television series to watch this time of year, while also sharing memories from our childhood. All this plus much, much more…
Happy Halloween! Remember, we scare because we care.