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Tag Archives: Animation
Late night talk show host Jay Leno has a thing for cars. Those who live in Burbank have grown accustom to seeing Leno driving around in anything from a steam powered car to a classic roadster. As part of his … Continue reading
Disney has released a new poster for it’s next animated feature – Frozen. In it you see some early evidence of how much humor the movie will have. Keep an eye out for the new trailer, debuting online 9/26. “Frozen” … Continue reading
It’s safe to say that movie studios feel under siege these days. Poor box office performances from supposed blockbusters, more families downloading movies and watching them at home, and competition for attention with that omnipresent handheld internet device are challenges … Continue reading
Friend of the blog Onezumi is an organizor of Intervention, a visionary combination of educational conference, art exhibition, and gaming convention that returns to Rockville, MD this Aug. 23-25, 2013 for its fourth year. Its goal? To Intervene and Inspire … Continue reading