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It’s not as dire as it sounds though.
Forget dressing up as anime characters, fans are dressing up as anime creators.
In October, Sunrise will spin off the storied mecha anime franchise when “Iron-Blood Orphans” touches down in Japan.
“The biggest strength indie animators have is that we can do every aspect of production,” says Smith.
“Inside Out” production designer Ralph Eggleston and historian John Canemaker will introduce some of the screenings.
A dumb research study says that looking at round cartoon characters can make you obese.
Mavis and company will arrive on TV in 2017.
A cheese-loving man and his genius dog get the Hollywood love they deserve.
Cody tenuously struggles to outrun who he really is.
Johnny Pemberton used a crude sexual insult to describe commenters of this site.
Fox, which once considered selling “Simpsons”-branded beer “detrimental to children,” has changed its tune.
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Viacom, the parent company of Nick, MTV, and Comedy Central, insists it’s still relevant. No one else thinks so.
The actor let the news slip during a film festival in Ireland.
It is a hot Sunday by the lake. His father is fishing, his mother is sunbathing, and Irvine envisions a magnificent death for himself.
George Lucas’s groundbreaking visual effects company is celebrated in a new one-hour special on the Science Channel
Whether in the U.S. or abroad, audiences can’t stop watching “Minions.”
“There’s nothing inherently wrong or right about a method, whether it be pencil drawings or 3-D CG,” Miyazaki says.
The ‘Minions’ is a hit with audiences and a miss with critics. Who got it right?
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Illumination has optioned Mofac Alfred’s online hit ‘Johnny Express’ and made a first-look pact with the studio.
The “Breaking Bad” star is an aging superhero who can’t keep an erection.
It’s a buddy comedy with a pickle and a peanut.
The pioneering African-American animator is the subject of an in-depth exploration of his life and career.
Illumination/Universal’s push to make its Minions a household name is reaching into some kooky corners.