Miles Morales will be the “star” of Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man animated movie. That’s the official confirmed news from Sony’s just-concluded animation presentation, a morning that also saw footage from The Emoji Movie and the next Smurfs movie (there are a lot more female Smurfs this time around). The big news is that, as hoped/rumored, Mr. Morales will be taking flight on the big screen as the would-be webslinger over Christmas weekend 2018 when the Bob Persichetti/Peter Ramsey-directed and Phil Lord/Chris Miller-executive produced animated adventure debuts. And it’s terrific news for several reasons. Continue reading
Hayley Atwell is officially returning as fan-favorite Agent Carter. However, this time she will be voicing an animated version.
Marvel Animation announced that they will welcome Marvel’s very own Hayley Atwell back to the beloved role as SSR’s greatest asset as the voice of Agent Carter on Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars. Continue reading
New Animated Marvel’s Spider-Man coming to Disney XD
A new original animated television series, “Marvel’s Spider-Man”, will debut on Disney XD in 2017. The announcement was made today by Cort Lane, senior vice president, Marvel Animation and Family Entertainment, at New York Comic Con. Produced by Marvel Television, the series tells the story of an unsure but courageous teen who has to figure out how to be a super hero from the very beginning. Continue reading
The big news out of Sony Pictures presentation at CinemaCon was the new Spider-Man Tom Holland taking the stage, where the official title Spider-Man: Homecoming was unveiled. However, that wasn’t the only Spidey news that came out of the convention, with the studio unveiling the official logo for their Untitled Animated Spider-Man Project, which is arriving in theaters sometime in 2018. Here’s what Sony Pictures Animation president Kristine Belson had to say about the project. Continue reading
Not only is Sony Pictures developing a couple of live-action Ghostbusters reboots, but according to The Tracking Board, the studio is also in the process of making an animated film. It’s actually a bit more exciting for me than the upcoming live-action film projects, though.
According to the report, the film will be an action-comedy that “will follow a similar logline to that of the 1984 original, in which a group of scientists team up to fight off ghosts, using gadgets and gizmos to capture the menacing ghouls who have invaded Manhattan.” Continue reading
Last week, Warner Bros. released a trailer for The Iron Giant: Signature Edition. This is a digitally remastered version of the 1999 film that will include two new scenes that were cut from the original movie.
There might be another reason behind this remastered version of the film. It seems the studio might have bigger plans in store. Vin Diesel took to his Facebook page and posted a very intriguing comment: Continue reading
Watch this. Now. TIE Fighter is a short animation by Paul Johnson that shows a bit of Star Wars from the perspective of the Empire. It’s done in the style of anime from the 80’s and shows an aerial fight scene between TIE fighters and X-wings and is pretty much so awesome that Disney should make this an entire movie. Continue reading
“DuckTales’ has a special place in Disney’s TV animation history, it drew its inspiration from Disney Legend, Carl Barks’ comic books, and through its storytelling and artistic showmanship, set an enduring standard for animated entertainment that connects with both kids and adults,” said Marc Buhaj, SVP, Programming and General Manager, Disney XD. “Our new series will bring that same energy and adventurous spirit to a new generation.”