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Tag Archives: Animation
Every rebellion has its starting point. How it got started on Lothal is the moment shared in this special 7 minute preview of Star Wars Rebels. As the story goes, the Empire arrives on Lothal — bringing tyranny with them. … Continue reading
Update: Looks like McFarland has been pushed back to a February 20th, 2015 release date. As mentioned earlier today, Disney is having a great year at the box office. Four more chances remain to make it an even better one. … Continue reading
It was a sad day when Walt Disney Animation Studios let the vast majority of its traditional hand-drawn animation staff go. Those who didn’t transition to digital had to find jobs at other studios or in other lines of business. … Continue reading
Sad news from Japan. Studio Ghibli has announced that with the completion of their most recent film, they will be closing the animation department, at least temporarily, and become a smaller studio focused on their existing properties. They don’t rule … Continue reading