Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Mad Max Anime of the Day:
At one point Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller was planning to tell Furiousa’s origin story through anime. That didn’t happen, but images of what it would’ve looked like have now arrived online. [via CBM]
As announced at last year’s Comic-Con , Marvel is developing anime versions of some of the company’s most popular characters. Though no US release date has officially been announced, Japan is prepared to debut a “Blade” series on July 1st and has launched an official site (via Comics Alliance ), which includes the Japanese-language trailer that you can check out in the player below.
Beneath the teaser, check out designs for… Continue reading Marvel's Blade Anime Bows Japanese Trailer
BioWare and FUNimation announced today that a Mass Effect anime film is coming soon:
BioWare, a division of leading video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc. and FUNimation® Entertainment, the leading distributor of Japanese animation in North America, announced today an agreement to create an anime feature film adapted from one of the video game industrys most revered franchises, Mass Effect. Tokyo-based anime and international feature film production company T.O… Continue reading Game News: Mass Effect Anime Film Coming
Smith Micro Software has unveiled Anime Studio Debut 7 as well as Anime Studio Pro 7. With the help of the two programs one can create cartoons, 2D movies, and also cut-out animations. The programs come with new integrated audio recording capabilities, new content library, as well as other new tools.
Anime Studio Pro 7 offers […] Continue reading Smith Micro Software to Introduce Anime Studio Pro 7 and Anime Studio Debut 7
Cartoon Network has commissioned an anime-style television remake of the 1980s animated series ThunderCats. (Hmmm…Not sure how we feel about this.)Expected to debut on the kids-centric cable network in 2011, Warner Bros. will produce the project in collaboration with Japanese firm Studio4°C. “In addition to being Warner Bros. Animation’s first anime series, ‘ThunderCats’ marks our most ambitious […] Continue reading “ThunderCats” Anime Remake Premiering On Cartoon Network 2011