lu over the wall trailer

This is not your grandma’s Little Mermaid. In fact, it’s not your Little Mermaid either. Lu Over the Wall deserves a title unto its own, as a surreal, vividly colored fairy tale that plays with the limits of imagination.

But that’s to be expected from visionary animated director Masaaki Yuasa. Most recently known for his incredibly popular Netflix anime Devilman Crybaby, Yuasa is responsible for one of the best anime films ever, 2004’s Mind Game. And Lu Over the Wall looks like it will be a worthy next film from Yuasa.

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Deadpool Animation Test

If you’re still disappointed that the Deadpool animated series previously ordered by FX isn’t happening anymore, and the hilarious script pages mocking the cancellation written by would-be showrunner Donald Glover only made you lament the show’s cancellation even more, we have a treat that might make you feel a little better.

One of the animation studios who vied for the chance at being behind the Deadpool animated series was Titmouse. They’ve done work on the Netflix adult animated comedy Big Mouth, the underrated live-action animated hybrid Son of Zorn, and Marvel’s Black Panther series for BET. Now that the Deadpool animated series has been scrapped, Titmouse has posted the test footage they created as part of their pitch, and it makes us wish they got the job. Read More »

bao first look

Pixar’s newest short film, Bao, looks so good that you could just eat it up. And you can now get a Bao first look, with the first images from the Pixar short that will air in front of Incredibles 2 dropping on the internet.

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The Incredibles 2 TV Spot

Hot on the heels of the announcement of a new LEGO video game featuring the superhero family from Pixar Animation, a new TV spot for Incredibles 2 has arrived with some fresh footage from the anticipated sequel arriving this summer. Read More »

The 11 Greatest Animated Movie Dogs

Best Animated Dogs

With the release of Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogsthere is an important question that has been stuck in the center of my mind: who are the best animated dogs in movie history?

There is no shortage of options. From Disney’s personal collection of pups, to those created by other studios, who are the best of the best when it comes to animated canines? Let’s take a look at some of those fantastic four-legged friends. Some you will know instantly, while others deserve so much more respect than they’ve been given over the years. So sit back, grab a bone, and let us explore the greatest animated dogs!

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tv bits events

In this edition of TV bits:

  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles now has a trailer
  • Into the Badlands season 3 has a trailer, too
  • And so does SuperMansion season 3
  • A new Series of Unfortunate Events featurette
  • One Day at a Time Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix
  • Starz greenlights Gregg Araki and Steven Soderbergh series Now Apocalypse
  • Connie Britton will star in Bravo’s Dirty John

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There’s something magical about watching a Pixar short. You go into one without any clue what to expect except for something truly spectacular — whether it be a feat of technological prowess, a wacky creative experiment, or a peek into another culture.

It sounds like the new Pixar short is a combination of all three. Bao, the Pixar short set to screen in front of Incredibles 2 this summer, will follow a lonely empty-nester mother who is delighted when a baby dumpling comes to life.

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LEGO The Incredibles Video Game

What do Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Marvel, DC, Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean all have in common? Sure, they all have their own successful film franchises, but they also all have their own LEGO video games. Now, Disney’s computer animated super family is about to join them.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group, Disney and Pixar have announced that The Incredibles are getting their own LEGO video game inspired by both the original Pixar Animation film from 2004 and the forthcoming sequel arriving this summer. Watch the trailer for the LEGO The Incredibles video game below. Read More »

Donald Glover Reacts to Deadpool Cancellation

Over the weekend, we learned the surprising and disappointing news that both FX and Donald Glover had parted ways with the Deadpool animated series they were working on with Marvel Television. This happened despite the fact that the show had been given a straight-to-series order for 10 episodes that would have seen Donald Glover writing and executive producing the series along with his brother, Stephen Glover.

In what seems to be a playful but also telling reaction to the Deadpool animated series cancellation, Donald Glover posted a series of updates to Twitter in the form of 14 script pages that appear to have commentary about why the series may have been axed. They’re simultaneously hilarious and seemingly not-too-pleased with the cancellation. Read More »

incredibles 2 poster

All your family vacations will pale in comparison to the summer that the Parrs are about to have. Incredibles 2 is gearing up for its highly anticipated summer release, dropping a new poster showing our favorite super family catching some rays.

See the new Incredibles 2 poster below.

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