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I’m very glad to see more hand drawn work on our screens.
Being President sure does have its perks, eh?
My weakness for smart asses and time travel yarns put this film pretty high on my anticipation list.
It certainly has a charming pair of lead characters.
The story of a young boy adopted by a dog. A dog who happens to be a genius. And they have a time machine. What’s not to like?
The Turbo Masterclass – Director David Soren On The Character Design, Appeal And 3D Of Dreamworks’ Latest
If you’re at all interested in character design – for animation, illustration or anything else – then I think you’ll find Soren’s comments here to be particularly interesting.
From the makers of Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda, and with an all-star voice cast including Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Paul Giamatti and Snoop Dogg, Turbo hits cinemas across the UK THIS FRIDAY. To celebrate, we’re giving five lucky winners …
Meanwhile, record numbers of those birds are turning up in California, having been pretty scarce for the last half-century. Go Boobies.
Visual development on the film has looked into how much of Breathed’s very recognisable, quite wonderful style can be translated to moving CG imagery.
Our very own Patrick Dane attended the Dreamworks panel at San Diego Comic-Con last weekend and came back buzzing about Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 SDCC Video Interview With Director/Writer Dean Deblois On What’s Next For The Franchise
Is How To Train Your Dragon 2 the second part of a trilogy? Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph is at SDCC 2013 aka Comic Con and interviews How To Train Your Dragon 2 director and writer Dean DeBlois about …
Cate Blanchett Joining How To Train Your Dragon 2 As Valka The Vigilante, Kit Harrington And Djimon Honsou In Too
Dragons 2 casts up.
What you didn’t see in this 2D trailer is how the 3D works. Shame, because this film has some cracking stereo effects.
We can look forward to How To Train Your Dragon 2 next June. Director Dean DeBlois should be able to build on his sterling work in the first chapter
BOO seems to be pitched somewhere between Monsters University and Monsters vs. Aliens.
The impact on lazy childcare will be considerable. The Babysitters Club are probably going to throw a party tonight.
Turbo was co-written by Robert Siegel, alum of The Onion, The Wrestler and Big Fan. That’s exciting.