Posts Tagged ‘animated’


Oct24

Pokemon: The First Movie returns to theaters

2016 at 07:15 pm by admin | Comments Off

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In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the classic Nintendo franchise, the original 1998 Pokémon film, “Pokémon: The First Movie”, will be making a grand return to theaters nationwide! The re-screening of the popular children’s movie will take place at 200 select Cinemark locations across the United States, and will take place from October 29th to November 1st. Both “Pokémon: The First Movie” and the animated short “Pikachu’s Vacation” will air, similarly to the movie’s original release nearly two decades ago. The movie re-release comes as a part of a year-long celebration of the Pokémon franchise, including the release of the original Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow games on the Nintendo 3DS system, along with the Pokémon Go smartphone app and the upcoming release of the brand-new Pokémon Sun and Moon 3DS games in November. Make sure to keep an eye out for participating Cinemark locations this Halloween to take part in this nostalgic experience!

Sep20

Pokémon receives new “Generations” online series

2016 at 07:21 pm by admin | Comments Off

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The Pokémon franchise is gearing up for the release of the newest games, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, by releasing a weekly series of animated shorts based on the many iterations of the popular video game! The series, titled “Pokémon Generations”, will consist of 5-minute shorts following influential characters and side-stories never before seen in any of the games, making them a must-see for any diehard Pokémon fan, young and old! The series released its first two episodes this past Friday, with more episodes planned for release every Friday through December 23rd, 2016. Check out the first two episodes on the Pokémon YouTube channel below, and get ready for the release of Pokémon Sun and Moon on November 18th!



Nov07

Toy Story 4 announced

2014 at 04:01 pm by admin | Comments Off

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Hot off the heels of the Toy Story panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, as well as the upcoming holiday TV special, “Toy Story that Time Forgot”, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced earlier today that the animation studio will be bringing the Toy Story cast back to the big screen in “Toy Story 4″! Alongside this momentous announcement, it was also revealed that John Lasseter, the original director and scriptwriter of the very first 1995 Toy Story movie, will be returning to direct the project, alongside Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich, and Pete Docter, all of whom worked on the previous three Toy Story films. While details are currently scarce he film will follow the adventure of beloved toys Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and fiends with their new owner, and is scheduled to releases in theaters on June 16, 2017. In the meantime, the “Toy Story that Time Forgot” special will premiere on television sets nationwide on December 2nd, 2014!

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Oct21

Disney announces 2016 animated film

2014 at 02:45 pm by admin | Comments Off

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Disney has been making a name for itself as a multimedia film company, ranging from recent projects like the big-screen adaptation of “Big Hero 6″ to recent live-action films like their Marvel films and the upcoming Star Wars sequels. Not ones to forget their original animated film heritage, Disney has recently revealed the first piece of art for their newest upcoming movie, “Moana”! The film studio recently revealed vague plot information and story details for the film, which will follow the 14-year-old Polynesian navigator Moana Waialiki as she journeys across the ocean and through mystic landscapes to complete an ancient quest. The story will be based heavily on folklore and legendary monsters and environments, and is set to incorporate a new style of CG that mimics the look of painted canvas. Earlier today, Disney announced that the film, originally scheduled to release in 2018, is now set to hit theaters on 2016, and released the first piece of promotional artwork for the movie! More info and trailers are sure to be revealed as we close in on the 2016 release date, so keep your eyes open for news on the latest Disney animated film!