Monthly Archives: January 2014

“Love in the Time of Advertising” by Matt Berenty and David Bokser

An animated musical love story about a young man who lives inside a billboard and is charged with updating the advertisements. When he falls in love with a beautiful lady living across the highway, he has to use the only method he knows to get his message across. Advertising.

Leaked first images of Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

A few images have leaked on the Internet of the turtles in Michael Bay’s live action remake of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Many news sources were asked to take down the images, but ComicsAlliance still has one available. Many fans have been speculating about what Michael Bay’s turtles would look like and the pictures […]

New poster for How To Train Your Dragon 2

Collider has the newest poster for How To Train Your Dragon 2, featuring the viking twins Ruffnut and Tuffnut with their two-headed Zippleback, affectionately named Barf and Belch. The movie releases on June 13.

New Lego Movie trailer parodies Man of Steel

A short new preview for The Lego Movie is now online, and it’s a direct spoof of trailers for last year’s blockbuster Man of Steel, complete with Hans Zimmer’s score. The preview–which can be seen on Collider–features a Lego version of Superman, who in the film is voiced by Channing Tatum. A much anticipated release, […]

Trailer: Seth MacFarlane Directs, Co-Writes and Stars in “A Million Ways To Die in the West”

The last time that animation artists starred in a major live-action film was 1998′s BASEketball with South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The film flopped. Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane hopes to avoid that fate with the raunchy Western comedy A Million Ways To Die in the West, which he directed, co-wrote (with […]

Texas is Honoring the Legendary Tex Avery With His Own Day

Tex Avery’s hometown in Texas is planning to honor the animation legend on February 22.

Sing-a-long poster for Frozen revealed

The poster for the “sing-a-long” version of Frozen has made its way online over at the IMP Awards. The “all new version” of the film features lyrics to all of the film’s songs appearing on screens so audiences can sing along. It opens in select theaters on Friday (although most theaters that are already playing […]

Production officially begins on Shaun the Sheep movie

He’s baaaa-ack! Shaun the Sheep, who made his debut in Aardman Animation’s Wallace and Gromit short A Close Shave before moving on to his own spin-off TV series, will now star in his own movie, ComingSoon.Net is reporting. Production on the film officially just began, with the film’s plot involving Shaun and Bitzer the dog […]

Animated Van Gogh movie now in the works

An animated movie about Vincent Van Gogh could be heading our way…or at least it will if a KickStarter campaign is successful. The movie, titled Loving Vincent, is in production at BreakThru Films, the studio responsible for the Oscar-winning 2008 animated short Peter and the Wolf. The aim of the film is to tell the […]

Sly Cooper movie on the way

An animated movie based on the video game series Sly Cooper is well into production, Collider is reporting. The site has a first trailer for the film, while Shack News has much more info on the release. The Sly Cooper movie will find the thieving raccoon from the video games on a quest to “reassemble pieces […]