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Steven Spielberg’s pop culture-soaked dystopia transfers “The Iron Giant” and “Akira” to virtual reality.
Classic cartoons available anytime, anywhere, and on any screen is the pitch from Turner and Warner Bros., who will soon launch a new U.S.-only video subscription service.
In a new DC Comics series, the classic Hanna-Barbera character Snagglepuss is accused of being a Communist.
In the final part of Cartoon Brew’s oral history of “Space Jam,” the crew reflects on long hours and the legacy of the film.
It’s for only 2 days, but hand-drawn Looney Tunes are headed back to the bigscreen!
A key lesson for working in Hollywood: when in doubt, blame the animation.
Can Warner Bros. reboot Pepe Le Pew for modern audiences?
Now we know what “Batman: The Killing Joke” would’ve looked like if they’d followed the styling of the original graphic novel.
Batman, Superman, Bugs Bunny, Tom & Jerry, and Scooby-Doo are headed to the Middle East.