The Academy of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences have announced the 20 films that are eligible for nomination for Best Animated Feature Film for the 2010 Academy Awards. They are- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The [click for more]
If you missed Nina Paley’s animated film Sita Sings The Blues while it was making the film festival circuit in 2008 and early 2009, you missed out on an impressive debut film. But don’t worry, [click for more]
1. Up (Disney, 3,766 Theaters, 96 Minutes, Rated PG): One of the most amazing things about Pixar, at least in the past few years, is that they can take concepts that don’t seem that they would [click for more]
Twenty years ago this coming Sunday, history was made when PIXAR and director John Lasseter won their first Academy Award for the animated short Tin Toy. But it wasn’t just a first for Lasseter. Tin [click for more]
Katsuhiro Otomo’s 1988 groundbreaking classic Akira is coming to Blu-Ray disc at the end of the month, and news is starting to circulate about the restoration that the film has undergone for the upcoming release. [click for more]
It would be understandable if fans of the classic 1960s anime Astro Boy felt a little cheated after yesterday afternoon’s Summit Entertainment panel at the New York Comic Con, where the big screen adaptation of [click for more]
The stop-motion animated Coraline opens tomorrow, so we present the last of the great teaser posters that have been passed along to us.
Here’s a few more of those wonderful teaser posters for this Friday’s release of the 3D animated film Coraline. As always, click on each one for a bigger view. Enjoy.
Here are this weekend’s Also, we’d like to wish Neil Gaiman, the author of the original Coraline children’s book the movie is based on congratulations for winning the Newbury Medal for his most recent novel [click for more]