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The Governator - the series that may never be
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 19:21

Governator

Never say never, but the chances of this happening are slim at best.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's past caught up with him after it was announced that he was going to the central character of a brand animated series to debut next year. Unfortunately, the scandal that erupted involving his personal life in fathering a child by a woman other than his wife during his marriage rocked his world and www.sspsap.sk the prospects for the series.

None the less, there's the trailer that we can always look back upon and wonder, what if...

Follow this link to the AN Forums to see the trailer for 'The Governator' animated series, and also check out the canada drugs no prescription levitra video of Arnold as he promotes the series only a few weeks before it was cancelled.

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John Celestri's Batman commercials circa 1988
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 03:44

Batman - John Celestri

Long time ANer Rob Lamb posted a great topic in the Forums today, featuring John Celestri's Batman commercials produced in the late 1980s for a Canadian toy retailer.

John also has a history with AnimationNation, being a member of overnight shipping cialis our forums from years ago. Now he has a blog of his own that showcases his remarkable work as an animator spanning a career of more than 35 years in the business.

Head on over to the General Discussion Forum to see several videos of the Batman commercials John created for Zellers, and follow the link that Rob posted to John's blog to read his account of the production.

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What's wrong with Disney?
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 20 July 2011 19:00

Sad Micky Mouse

They used to be the standard by which all animated films were judged.

But lately, Disney films are more like also rans when it comes to feature animation. They still produce great movies, and they certainly have the capacity to do anything they want at any level they want. But it seems to me that just may be the problem. It seems like they don't want to. There doesn't appear to online drugstore without prescription be the burning, overwhelming desire to consistently produce truly great animated entertainment that's beyond what anyone else would do.

Their latest effort, the 'Winnie the cialis online uk Pooh' movie which was released in the US last Friday, had a poor showing of only $8 million, placed sixth overall among the top box office films for the weekend, and was even outdone by Pixar's 'Cars 2' sequel which had been in release four weeks already.

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'A Monster In Paris' coming October 2011
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 20 July 2011 10:03

Monster in Paris

Animation is worldwide, and great feature films are being produced all over the globe. Here's another one we can look forward to. 'A Monster In Paris' is being produced... where else? In France. Bibo Films is the production company along with several others including Eurpoa Corp and Walking the Dog.

It's a 3D-animated movie set in Paris in the year 1910 and centered on a monster who lives in a garden and his love for a beautiful, young singer. Very reminiscent of Phantom of recommended site the Opera, it looks to be a retelling of the classic story through the contemporary animation process. Its release date is scheduled for October 19 of this year. It will likely open in Europe prior to the US.

Meanwhile, take a look at this website for more images and concept art from the cheap propecia online prescription film. Also check out the topic we're maintaining on the Forums to see some trailers. They're very impressive.

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Is the San Diego Comic Con Worth It?
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 22:20

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The annual Comic Con in San Diego, California is a huge affair. The event attracts more than 100,000 people and has been growing in popularity every year. This year however, there are signs that perhaps the Con has gotten too big for some to participate in and enjoy. The overwhelming crowds, the long waits, the effort that it takes to engage in the event is turning some people away. 

As the Con takes place this weekend, I ask the rhetorical question... Is it worth it?

Follow my commentary on the AN Forums and feel free to add your own perspective on cheap levitra prescription the subject. If you're not registered for the Forums, follow this link for more information about how to www.cialis.com establish an account with us.

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