Monthly Archives: March 2019

Adora goes to battle in She-Ra Season 2 trailer

The trailer for Season 2 of She-Ra & the Princesses of Power was previewed at WonderCon this weekend, and you can check it out in the player above. The reboot of the Masters of the Universe spin-off got an overall positive response from newcomers and longtime fans alike when it arrived last year. The new […]

Dumbo takes off with $45 million opening

Tim Burton’s live-action Dumbo flew slightly below expectations this weekend, landing somewhat softly with an estimated opening of $45 million, Box Office Mojo. Despite what some other websites might report, that’s not a terrible debut, but it is much lower than the opening of Burton’s own Alice in Wonderland, which smashed records with a $120 […]

Mark Hamill is Chucky in the upcoming Child’s Play remake

Get kind of kooky with your first look at The Addams Family

The first poster for The Addams Family is now online, and you can check it out below. It’s also been announced that we’ll be getting a trailer next month. The movie has a pretty impressive cast, including Oscar Issac as Gomez, Charlize Theron as his wife Morticia, and Chloe Grace Moretz as their daughter Wednesday. […]

New Animation Job Openings This Week: Funko, Brown Bag Films, House Special, Hornet, And More

Looking for a gig in the animation industry? The post New Animation Job Openings This Week: Funko, Brown Bag Films, House Special, Hornet, And More appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

How Samuel L. Jackson Was De-aged For Just About All Of ‘Captain Marvel’

De-ageing visual effects have certainly been done before, but never to this scale. The post How Samuel L. Jackson Was De-aged For Just About All Of ‘Captain Marvel’ appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Steven Universe’ Becomes First Animated Show To Win GLAAD Kids & Family Award

Rebecca Sugar’s series for Cartoon Network made history last night. The post Steven Universe’ Becomes First Animated Show To Win GLAAD Kids & Family Award appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Annecy Announces Three More Sections: Graduation, TV, and Commissioned Films

107 films will compete in Annecy 2019’s graduation, TV, and commissioned film categories. The post Annecy Announces Three More Sections: Graduation, TV, and Commissioned Films appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Unconventionality rules in final Uglydolls trailer

The final trailer for Uglydolls is now online, and can be viewed in the player above. The film continues to look pretty decent, sort of working as a mix of Trolls and Toy Story, with a little bit of The Greatest Showman thrown in for good measure. The “animated musical event of the year” (well, […]

The moment The Matrix changed everything (contains strong language)