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Paul Rugg, the voice of Freakazoid and writer of several episodes from the series, uncovered some original sketches of the superhero that he had in storage. But they weren't sketches from any particular episode...they were drawings from the very...
A unique Hollywood competition, the first of its kind, played out over Christmas weekend. Warner Bros made Wonder Woman 1984 available on HBO Max for one month starting December 25, and Disney+ released the latest Pixar movie, Soul, at...
When Warner Bros showed off the trailer for their Tom & Jerry movie last month, they also revealed a release date of March 5, 2021. They have since changed their minds and moved the date....it's February 26, one week...
It's a done deal, whether you like it or not. AT&T, current owners of the anime streaming service Crunchyroll, WILL be selling the whole thing to Sony. The price of the deal was $1.175 billion in cash and according...
There's an excellent new video out from IGN about the creation of Batman Beyond, the sequel to Batman: The Animated Series -- and a show that, in a sense, happened by accident. Bruce Timm did not come to work one...
Several interviews are floating around out there now with the cast and crew of Hulu's Animaniacs revival. We're learning a lot of interesting info, but it's coming from different sources, so we figured we'd gather the most interesting bits...
Everyone who isn't one of the Warners' celebrity targets has been enjoying Wellesley Wild's Animaniacs reboot on Hulu since it launched four days ago. But yesterday, viewers noticed something was up: Episode 6 had suddenly gone missing. Social media...
It seems like every year or so now there is a reboot or sequel series being put on by a network or streaming service. At times, it's just a money grab, at times, it's aimed to truly continue what...
Warner Bros. has owned Tom & Jerry for a while now and they haven't always known what to do with them. That infamous crossover with Willy Wonka was certainly a thing, but it's not like previous owners didn't have...
In the 1980s, DC tried an interesting stunt with the Batman comic. Their new Robin, Jason Todd, was a controversial figure -- some liked the little punk, some hated him. So DC published a story called "Death in the...