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With the positive reviews for its latest release Frozen, Walt Disney Animation Studios seems to be doing pretty well as a distinct brand from the company’s more esteemed subsidiary Pixar. The latest resurgence in quality might not be as noteworthy as the early ’90s revival (begun… Continue reading Your Top Three: Disney Animated Features
Can you smell what the Bedrock is cooking?
Warner Bros. is teaming up with the WWE for a brand-new animated “Flintstones” movie due out in 2015. “Flintstones” favorites Fred, Barney, Wilma, and Pebbles will attend the very first prehistoric wrestling event featuring personalities like Vince McMagma, John Cenastone, and CM Punkrock.
It doesn’t look like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson will take part, though he may tag in later.
“The Flintstones” television cartoon ran… Continue reading New Animated 'Flintstones' Movie Will Feature WWE Wrestlers
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Jane Lynch and Wilmer Valderrama are ready to protect, serve, and play cartoon cops: The Glee star and That ’70s Show vet have been cast in Murder Police, an animated series slated to debut next season on Fox, EW has learned.
The workplace comedy, which was co-created by David A. Goodman (Family Guy) and… Continue reading Jane Lynch, Wilmer Valderrama cast in Fox’s animated comedy ‘Murder Police’ — EXCLUSIVE
Escape From Planet Earth
The 3D animated family comedy catapults moviegoers to planet Baab where admired astronaut Scorch Supernova (Brendan Fraser) i… Read More
Ready to meet your new favorite animated heroes?
From the planet Baab comes a group of rag-tag aliens in “Escape From Planet Earth.” The film follows brawny astronaut Scorch Supernova (Brendan Fraser), who travels to “The Dark Planet” (aka Earth) with his friends… Continue reading 'Escape From Planet Earth' Character Posters: Meet Your New Favorite Animated Heroes (PHOTOS)
Broadway, make way for Prince Ali.
Coming off the heels of its 20th anniversary, the Disney hit “Aladdin” is heading to the stage to bewitch a whole new crop of theater-goers.
The New York Times reports that the show will take over for the long-running “Mary Poppins,” which closes in March. (The musical made its debut in Seattle in 2011 and garnered somewhat mixed reviews.) The Broadway show for “Aladdin” will include… Continue reading 'Aladdin' On Broadway: Disney Animated Classic Will Head To The Stage In 2014