This holiday season pet lovers have an opportunity to immortalize their furry family members in an animated family portrait that stylistically nods to the classic animated holiday specials we all know and love.
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TOKYOPOP, the country's leading independent manga media company, Baker & Taylor Inc., the world's largest distributor of physical and digital books and entertainment products, and e-commerce solution leader MashON, today announced the launch of the new TOKYOPOP Shop at www.TOKYOPOP.com.
The next generation of online tower defense games has arrived courtesy of a concept-to-completion effort by legendary Flash innovator Grant Skinner and his company, gskinner.com.
CBS Mobile and interactive entertainment company Ludia today announced the release of The Amazing Race - The Game, the official mobile game based on the multi-Emmy Award-winning series.
We chatted with Joseph Kosinski, the director of the highly anticipated TRON: LEGACY, which opens today from Disney.
With the release this week of DESPICABLE ME on Blu-ray (from Universal Home Ent.) along with the Golden Globe nomination, we took the opportunity to chat with producer Chris Meledandri.
A lower court ruling was upheld by an Oklahoma appeals court in the lawsuit against Disney and Pixar over the likeness rights of Lightning McQueen from CARS, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
George Clooney has taken over the role Robert Downey Jr. left in Alfonso Cuaron's GRAVITY, reports ComingSoon.net.
Melissa Rosenberg (TWILIGHT) will write and exec produce an adaptation of Marvel’s AKA JESSICA JONES for ABC, reports Variety.
A holiday gift to fans, Cartoon Network announced today the launch of Cartoon Network Video, a new free video application that is now available in the iTunes store.
Sarah Bolger (TV’s THE TUTORS) has been cast as one of the young leads on FOX’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s comic LOCKE & KEY, reports Deadline.com.
Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) announced today that IVS Associates, Inc., the independent Inspector of Elections, has released its preliminary report for Lionsgate's 2010 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held on December 14, 2010.
Variety reports that the opening night of Broadway musical SPIDER-MAN: TURN OFF THE DARK has been delayed by a month.
Framestore has provided a one-stop service for Mindshare by concepting, shooting and post-producing a truly integrated 3D cinema and digital campaign for LG.
Visual effects company Chemical Effects wrapped up its ‘launch’ year with a series of high-spirited holiday spots. GSD&M Idea City, Leo Burnett and MacLaren McCann all tapped the company’s creative handiwork in campaigns for Southwest Airlines, GMC and Chevrolet, which are airing this month in the US and Canada.
It's caroling season, and who knows what to expect when opening their door to the rambling uninvited masses? QuietMan gives us one outlandish possibility in a hilarious new spot for DSW via BB Creative.
Corus Entertainment’s YTV is giving kids and their families another reason to curl up this winter and spend more quality time together with its new Sunday movie block, Big Fun Movies.
Interactive entertainment company Ludia, and Classic Media, a global media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading family entertainment brands, today announced its 'Where’s Waldo? in Hollywood' App is now available on the App Store for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Target Entertainment announces that Oliver Ellis, Target’s director of children’s and family, and Helen Howells, commercial director, will be leaving Target Entertainment to set up their own prodco.
With offices in Hollywood, Hong Kong and Shanghai, acclaimed industry leader yU+co. has added two-time Emmy award-winning Creative Director Eric Anderson to their Hollywood roster.
Hakan Canta, one of Europe’s leading producers of licensed goods, has launched a collection of innovative and exciting products featuring Spider-Sense Spiderman - the classic version of one of the best-loved comic book heroes in the world.
Few cartoons have been able to capture the attention of multiple generations like the Looney Tunes. As Ruth Clampett, daughter of Looney Tunes animation director Bob Clampett, points out in her foreword to THE LOONEY TUNES TREASURY (Running Press; Publication month: October 2010; $45.00), "Looney Tunes are the animated family we grew up with."
Goro Miyazaki, the son of Hayao Miyazaki and director of TALES OF EARTHSEA, is set to direct Studio Ghibli’s next feature KOKURIKO-ZAKA KARA, reports Variety.