The Friday Five returns with falls, surreal trips, and strange transformations. This week: "Metamorphosis" (BUCK), "38-39°C" (Kangmin Kim), "The Fox" (WINTR), "Black Sun" (Kagemu), "Junkyard" (Hisko Hulsing)
Overall, Brave is an entertaining and even groundbreaking piece of work, both for its gutsy heroine and Pixar’s new ‘Presto’ animation system, responsible for Merida’s fiery red flowing locks.
DQ Entertainment announces production on a $45 million stereoscopic 3D animated feature film based on Rudyard Kipling’s classic tale “The Jungle Book.”
Buster joins the Ubisoft party with their trailer for the upcoming “Just Dance 4,” the latest in the “Just Dance” game franchise.
Entertainment One Family partners with Disney Junior to bring children’s series “Peppa Pig” to Spain and Italy.
The visual effects supervisor on MiB3 and the rebooted Looney Tunes 3-D shorts talks previs, tech tools, visual design and working again with Ken Ralston.
Miniatures of NBA superstars Derrick Rose and Dwight Howard take it to the hoop in a new :30 web spot for Adidas by Pixomondo.
Sanzaru Games uses modo's Pixar Sub-D sculpting, character creation and 3D painting tools to design console-quality characters for "Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time."
CLO Virtual Fashion ushers in the future of 3D clothing with the launch of Marvelous Designer, software that produces realistic clothes for 3D models.
Kabillion Girls Rule! Network announces the addition of “Cabbage Patch Kids” TV show to their roster this August.
Disney XD gets back on the Grid, announcing the premiere of new animated series “TRON: Uprising” for June 23.
Space Enterprises Ltd. teams up with children’s game giant Avanquest to bring TV hit "The Hive" to the iPad and iPhone.
Madagascar 3 is a great film for kids, using different arrays of color and physical humor to keep them excited while still catering to adults. The visuals can become overwhelming though, and I left the theatre feeling exhausted by the onslaught of images.
DreamWorks' MADAGASCAR series has always been its attempt to bring a Looney Tunes vibe to animated features. In the third installment, the frenetic pace of classic Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck shorts is turned up to 11. While the series has never produced anything truly inspired, it has delivered entertainment and here Alex and friends get into the entertainment business.
The colorful and captivating world of Dr. Seuss bursts onto the screen as never before on August 7, 2012, in the hilarious and captivating adventure, “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
HP announced that its technology was used to create the breakthrough animation of the DreamWorks Animation 3-D movie, “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted,” which hits U.S. theaters today.