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Category Archives: Animation
I hope someone in Burbank is sending a big box of chocolates to Emeryville this week. Monsters University debuted number one at the box office with a take of $82 million domestic and $136.5 worldwide. That’s well above average for … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios has added a talented trio of actors to the voice cast of “Frozen.” They also released a new ice-logo with a teaser one-sheet poster and a couple fresh images from the film. Josh Gad (“The Internship,” … Continue reading
The first trailer for Disney’s Frozen is not what I expected at all. The movie is adapted from The Snow Queen, and instead of focusing on the Princess Anna, the Snow Queen Elsa, or even the Mountain Man Kristoff, we … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Hand Drawn animation, as are many Disney fans. But we haven’t been enough to save the artform from withering on the tree at Walt Disney Animation Studios. In April, Burbank let go most of the … Continue reading