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Pixar’s Emotional New Short Will Make a Pet Lover Out of You

Those of us who have them know that pets are basically like best friends who are guaranteed to never desert you, and will always do their best to make you feel better when times are rough. That’s a big part of what makes it difficult to see people who abuse animals. Read More >>

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Happy Saturday, Here’s a Minute of Princess Leia Kicking Animated Arse

The latest Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures short isn’t really just an adaptation of a single scene from the movies, but a truly delightful celebration of the Princess/Rebel/General of our hearts, Leia Organa. Read More >>

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The Latest Sneak Peek at Toy Story 4 Shows How Big the World Is for a Toy

The last Toy Story may have ended with Andy’s favourite toys getting a new, loving home, but the latest peek at Toy Story 4 shows the next adventure may be a lot bigger than Bonnie’s backyard. Read More >>

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Meet a Guy Who Taught Himself to Animate His Own Sci-Fi Web Series

Back in high school, Denver Jackson got the idea for a science fiction and fantasy movie called Esluna: A World Beyond, about a land ruled by people with the power to control the wind. Eventually, that idea turned into a web series that recently launched its first season – something Jackson animated by himself. Read More >>

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The Lego Movie 2 Somehow Lives Up to Its Impossible Expectations 

The first Lego Movie is so good there’s a chance you don’t remember just how good it was. Not only did it tell a smart, hilarious, original story with a wildly famous IP, but it was filled with heart, eventually revealing itself to be a deeper story of a boy and his father bonding and the nature of the toy brand itself, as both a child’s plaything and an adult collectable. The movie is legitimately genius. Read More >>

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A Would-Be Astronaut Dreams of Space Travel in This Charming Animated Short

A little boy obsessed with space travel suddenly sees exactly what he requires to make that longed-for journey: a coin-operated rocket ship ride sitting in front of a grocery store. Of course, those rickety things can’t really fly—or can they? Read More >>

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The Refreshing Earnestness of Last December’s Blockbuster Genre Movies

In a year filled with some fantastic genre movies, December 2018 went out on a high for me, dragging me into a cinema again and again over the month. Bumblebee, Aquaman, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse each surprised me as some of my personal favourites of the year, but what surprised me most was the exuberant sincerity that bound them together. Read More >>

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We Have Some Sweet Images From the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Art Book

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is our favourite movie of the year. It’s so amazing in so many ways that we simply can’t stop thinking about it. Thankfully, Titan Books is here to help, with their newest title, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - The Art of the Movie by Ramin Zahed. And we has some exclusive images to show you. Read More >>

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See Hayao Miyazaki Meet His First CG Creation in This Clip From Never-Ending Man

The story behind animation legend Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement from Studio Ghibli—and nascent return to work on new animation mediums and deliver one last film—is well known at this point. But a new documentary wants to show the world the personal struggle behind Miyazaki’s latest quest, and we’ve got a brief look. Read More >>

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Netflix’s Carmen Sandiego Reboot Has a New Premiere Date and Some Mysterious Teaser Images

It seems like it was forever ago when Netflix swooped in out of nowhere and dropped a piece of mysterious teaser art announcing its upcoming Carmen Sandiego reboot. Since then, there hasn’t been all that much revealed about the new series, but today, the studio announced a new release date and dropped a handful of interesting new images. Read More >>

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The Team Behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Thrived on Your Lowered Expectations

Hype and superhero movies go hand in hand. Fans eagerly anticipate every tiny piece of information about these films to a point where it’s become almost comical. Months and months before release, we’re dissecting every little detail, building up anticipation and expectations to a level that’s rarely achieved. But, for some reason, that didn’t happen in the same way with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Read More >>

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A Blade Runner Anime Series? Sure, Why Not?

The world of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner is a dystopia that just won’t go away. On the heels of Titan’s recently-announced Blade Runner comics series, Adult Swim has just revealed its plans for a new animated series set before the events of the recent sequel film, Blade Runner 2049. Read More >>

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The Original Star Wars Films Have Been Turned Into Animated Shorts

Star Wars fans who have kids that aren’t quite ready to sit down for multiple two-hour movies can rejoice today. Disney has announced Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures, a series of animated YouTube shorts using original dialogue and sounds from the Star Wars films to introduce the franchise to a new generation. Read More >>

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Miles Learns Web-Swinging on the Job in a Glorious Clip From Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Look, when a decidedly Dad-ish Peter Parker becomes your Spider-Mentor, there are going to be certain things that you learn as you go along. Like, say, how to avoid death from calamitous falls/angry scientists with laser guns through the power of webs. Read More >>