Watch This: New U.S. Trailer for ‘The Little Prince’

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Paramount Pictures has released a new trailer for its upcoming U.S. release of The Little Prince.

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Beloved Nickelodeon Series from the 1990s Could Be Coming to the Big Screen

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File this in the “For What It’s Worth” department, but an interesting story passed our desk recently and we are now passing along to you. According to The Tracking Board, Paramount Pictures is developing a live-action/animated mega film that features characters from many beloved Nickelodeon cartoons from the 1990s all in one picture, including Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, Ren and Stimpy, Rocko’s Modern Life, and The Angry Beavers, among others.

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Watch This: UK Trailer for ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’

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Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon have released a new trailer for the upcoming live-action/hybrid animated film The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water. The trailer is on the Paramount Pictures UK YouTube channel and also on Nick.com.

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Lino DiSalvo Moves from Disney to Paramount Animation

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Paramount Animation recently announced that animator Lino DiSalvo has been named as the studio’s new creative director. DiSalvo comes to Paramount after having spent the last 16 years at Walt Disney Animation Studios. Most recently, he was head of animation for Disney’s mega-hit Frozen.

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‘Paperman’ Director John Kahrs to Direct Film for Paramount Animation

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We learned a few months ago that John Kahrs, director of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Oscar winning short film Paperman, signed with the William Morris Entertainment (WME) Agency and left Disney. Well, now we know where’s he’s landed.

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Jackson Will Direct next Tintin…Eventually

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The Spielberg/Jackson MoCap film The Adventures of Tintin from 2011 may not have fared as spectacularly here as with the European audiences, but the film did favor well with critics and there are two sequels scheduled in the works. For the first film, Steven Spielberg directed and Peter Jackson produced. For the next installment, the two titans will reverse jobs and because of this, Jackson says the production of the next Tintin film will have to wait for a wrap on The Hobbit films.

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