Dreamworks Animation – Puss In Boots
In this episode of How It Should Have Ended, we learn that Cap tends to be frigid when it comes to long-term relationships. Keep an eye out for some extra special guests (back by popular demand) and listen out to an awesome burn by Captain America at the end
Disney have decided to re-release the Animation Epic “Lion King” but this time in 3-D. The Movie will be appearing in cinemas and then released on Blue-ray 3-D.
The Blue-ray disk is due for release October 4th, be sure to pick up a copy as Disney are only releasing them for a certain period of time.
Now for the video you’ve been waiting for: The “Lion King” Bloopers, Enjoy
Before Today not much was known about “Monsters University”. Fans Know it’s the prequel to Pixars much-loved “Monster Inc.” but other than the logo for Monsters University fans have had nothing else.
That is until now, keep reading for extended information about the upcoming release or skip to the bottom to view the Images.
The film focuses on the early relationship between Mike and Sulley, during a time when they were enemies. They met in grade school and when they both show up at the same university, fireworks and hilarity ensue.
John Lasseter (Pixar’s Creative Director) recently described Monsters university:
“Monsters University is like an Animated college movie.”
With this being a prequel the character designs had to be changed to ensure they appear younger than in the previous film.
Mike is now shorter, has freckles on his cheeks, while also wearing a retainer.
Sulley on the other hand has been made thinner and looks shaggier (an effect which really shows off the talent Pixar has at its disposal)
During researching locations for the film Pixar people visited many of the elite schools, including M.I.T and Havard. This was in order to try to help with the design of the Monsters University.
Voice Actor Billy Crystal told fans the film is:
“Really funny, “really great,” and “really different from Monsters, Inc.”.
Article Sources: D23 2011 & Pixar Times
Yes everyone’s favourite stoners are back, this time in 3-D. Although this is a live action movie we thought we’d feature the trailer, seeing as it features a clay animation scene, in which Harold and Kumar are, you guessed it, stoned.
Check out the trailer for this epic 3-D adventure due for release November 4th
While watching the other Harold and Kumar films, I never stopped and thought to myself “hmm… you know what, this would be epic in 3-D”.
But, if everybody else is doing it, then why shouldn’t they? Leave your comments below
Legendary Comedian Eddies Murphy has taken on the part of “Hong Kong Phooey” the lead character in this new Animated Comedy.
Hong Kong Phooey was originally a TV series produced by Hanna-Barbera’s and aired in 1974. However the show only lasted for 16 episodes. Which makes you wonder if it is the smartest choice to convert this TV series into a Movie.
Either way this project is going ahead and with Eddie Murphy voicing the main character this animation certainly has a chance to make a big impact.
Check out the opening sequence for the original Hong Kong Phooey
Following the hugely successful film “WALL-E” back in 2008 we now have a real life version of the little robot. You may have seen other Wall-E toys that mimicked the famous character but i assure you that none will be as advanced or as likeable than this version brought to us by DJ Sures.