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Tag Archives: Animation
When you want to see all the latest marketing efforts for Disney’s big films, it pays to keep an eye on the international channels. They often get to see scenes and characters that are withheld from us in the states. … Continue reading
A new TV ad for Walt Disney Animation Studio’s November film “Wreck-it Ralph” has hit the airwaves. It features popular actor Jane Lynch who plays Sergeant Calhoun in the film: In case you missed it, here’s the synopsis: Wreck-It Ralph … Continue reading
In the great tradition of other Tim Burton stop-motion animation films Frankenweenie will take over your local cinema starting Oct 5th. Based on what I’ve seen so far, I expect this film to be very popular right through the holiday … Continue reading
Before a film can enter production at Disney animation, it first has to be pitched. A small number of those films make it into pre-production, and then an even smaller number actually make it into full production. At that point, … Continue reading