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Proof That Oscar Voters Are Clueless About Animation

Imagine a world where the most high-profile animation awards were selected by individuals who had neither working knowledge nor appreciation of the animation art form.

In this world, a voter would pick the best animated short based solely on whether the film contained a dog in it or not.

In this world, a voter would identify the Irish film Song of the Sea and the Japanese film The Tale of The Princess Kaguya as “Chinese fuckin’ things,” not watch either film, and still cast a vote for the best animated feature of the year.

In this world, a voter would give a visual effects Читать далее »

Ryan Reynolds shares image of his Deadpool mask

Ryan Reynolds has marked the fact that the release of Deadpool is exactly one year away by tweeting an image of the character’s famous mask.

“Sepia tone disguises the fact the mask is ballerina pink,” snarfs Reynolds in the accompanying caption. “It’s early. 365 sleeps early. #deadpool #prototypes”

While the new image isn’t hugely revelatory, it does act as a welcome reminder that the wheels are actually now in motion on this one, after several years of rumours.

Sepia tone disguises the fact the mask is ballerina pink. It's early. 365 sleeps early. #deadpool #prototypes pic.twitter.com/PekFa2KS7S

— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) February 12, 2015

The next step Читать далее »

Filmmaker Leah Shore Reviews ‘The SpongeBob Movie’ in Comic Form

Plenty of reviews of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water have already been written, but this Talkhouse piece by Brooklyn-based independent filmmaker Leah Shore (Old Man, Meatwaffle) deserves credit for shaking up the typical review format with a more personal and free-form approach that combines text and drawings. It’s a fun experiment that bridges the worlds of commercial and independent filmmaking.

‘Adventure Time’ Is Headed To Bigscreen

Encouraged by Paramount’s success with its second SpongeBob feature, Warner Bros. is pressing forward on the development of a feature-length version of the Cartoon Network series Adventure Time.

The animated film will be produced by Chris McKay, the animation supervisor of The LEGO Movie and director of the forthcoming The LEGO Batman Movie, and Roy Lee (Vertigo Entertainment), one of 18 producers on The LEGO Movie.

SEE ALSO: How Adventure Time Revitalized Post-Apocalyptic Storytelling

Adventure Time creator Pen Ward will have some involvement with the film, according to Deadline, specifically “in writing and producing the feature version.” When Ward stepped away from day-to-day production Читать далее »

Rumor: Marvel’s new Spider-Man won’t be Peter Parker

A few weeks back, Marvel and Sony struck a deal to include Spider-Man in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. Alongside that Internet-breaking headline came the news that Andrew Garfield would not be reprising the role. 

Since then, early buzz suggested that Sony was aiming to introduce a much younger iteration of Spidey into the MCU. Now, there’s been a new development twist.

On last night’s Meet The Movie Press podcast, The Wrap’s Jeff Sneider offered up some of his insider knowledge on who that could be:

“Listen, this is not set in stone guys, but I’m telling you right now, Spider-Man’s not gonna be white. Spider-Man is not Читать далее »