Animated Fun

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Pigeon: Impossible is an awesome little short film that I caught a while back it played at the Austin Film Festival — and now you can watch it, too.

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As you might have learned from Rob Hunter’s This Week in DVD column this morning, the masterwork known as Pixar’s Up has hit DVD and Blu-ray today. And with that, we have this very cool little list of facts…

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Dreamworks’ upcoming animated film Monsters vs. Aliens is shaping up to be their funniest release yet. Sure it’s directed by Rob Letterman, the writer/director of the abysmal Shark Tale, but the man seems to have learned a lot since then.

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Many of you may have seen some of these photos already, but hopefully you are getting them first here — because you don’t need any other film website, right?

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Astro Boy

The first teaser trailer for Summit Entertainment’s Astro Boy has hit the web with a flash of cool CG-animation.

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Beauty and the Beast

It seems that all over Hollywood, people are swooning over the 3D concept, pulling old titles out of the closet to dust off and revamp in the hopes of duplicating the smash that was … what, exactly?

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BURN-E

One of the great things about Pixar DVDs is that they always include an additional short film that is somehow related to main film. And with the WALL-E DVD, we get a very funny little short about a repair bot named BURN-E. Check it out inside.

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The Wizard of Oz

John Boorman has signed on to direct a new film of a book that has grown into a legend, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum. Boorman could be an interesting choice for the job of adapting Baum’s classic book into a new non musical animated film version.

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Disney

Apple has released a set of clips from the upcoming Disney Animation Studios adventure Bolt, including a four minute chunk of the film’s opening sequence.

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Kung Fu Panda

Hey kids, take note of this — $626 million dollars worldwide box office gross is going to guarantee that you get a sequel.

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Disney

Walt Disney Animation has a film that recently caught my eye — a clever little tale about a Hollywood dog who believes that he is a superhero in real life. It is called Bolt, and it looks like it might be just the right movie to cure my end of the year animation blues.

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As if Johnny Depp wasn’t cartoonish enough in Gore Verbinski’s Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy, the actor is re-teaming with the director for the animated film Rango.

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Everyone knows that the Ken doll is Barbie’s secret love slave (ok, maybe not so secret) and this fact will be committed to celluloid in Pixar’s 2010 release of Toy Story 3, where the pair – brace yourselves – “embrace”.

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Wall-E

Thankfully, there is little time left before WALL-E will be unleashed upon the masses, ready to knock the world on its collective ass with curiosity, cuteness and creativity. But it won’t hurt to have one more look…

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Burn-E

We have decided that there is no better way to relax after a long hard day at work than to enjoy some great news about WALL-E, the little robot that will be warming our hearts very soon.

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Kung Fu Panda

Sometimes it is worth it to stay until the end of the credits, even when you know that Samuel L. Jackson won’t be showing up.

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Wall-E

Check out this brand new 4-minute sneak preview of Pixar’s Wall-E which aired over the weekend on ABC’s Wide World of Disney.

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