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Via TheWrap, Mel Gibson will not be reprising his role for the Chicken Run sequel and will be recast with another actor.  It's still unclear whether or not any of the other original cast will or will not return, but...
Twenty years ago today, a movie called Chicken Run was released to US theaters via Dreamworks. It was created by UK-based Aardman Animation, then a rising star in the stop-motion scene due to their Wallace And Gromit shorts. Industry...
Shinichiro Watanabe and Motonobu Hori took the stage alongside Anime Limited’s reigning MC Jeremy Graves. Proceedings began with the pair being asked about their views on London, both offering praise for the famous city. Asked to describe Carole &...
On the Saturday of MCM London Comic Con October 2019 Anime Superhero were given the opportunity to interview legendary anime creative Shinichiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, Space Dandy) and his co-director Motonobu Hori (Psycho-Pass, 009 Re:Cyborg, Spirited Away)...
As noted previously, fans across the world have gotten a major victory in the form of the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut film getting approval to arrive on HBO Max in 2021. This marked a campaign over 2 years in the making getting...
Looking for some good news today? You've found it....Tuca and Bertie, the Netflix original that shone brightly for one short and brilliant season before fading out, has been resurrected by Adult Swim. The announcement was made this morning.The Netflix...
Every once in a while a series comes along that makes an impact that is far beyond what expectations are. Sometimes it's a performance that drives it forward, or other times it's the use of story or action that...
When the CGI remake of Mewtwo Strikes Back appeared on Netflix instead of Disney XD, did you wonder if it was a sign? If you did, your Spinarak Sense was correct...the Pokemon anime is packing up its bags at...
By now it's a given assumption that Netflix cancels everything, and usually too soon. If something's lucky enough to not get the axe after one season, it'll live for thirty to forty episodes at the most. The only exceptions...
Now that nothing new's coming out in theaters for the next few months, it's time to focus on what'll be getting the lion's share of moviegoer eyeballs this spring: streaming.  And Netflix is ready with their latest CGI animated...