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  1. Disney's Bob Iger, John Lasseter Rev Up Cars Land at California Adventure

    6:18 pm 6/15/2012

    “You can always spot the Imagineers among Disney execs,” one guest observes. “They’re wearing jeans, jackets and comfortable shoes, while the rest are in suits.”Read more

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  2. The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' Resurfaces On DVD in May

    4:45 pm 3/20/2012

    The 1968 animated odyssey arrives on DVD and Blu-ray after a frame-by-frame restoration by Apple Records.Read more

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  3. Kristen Bell Set to Star in Stage Adaptation 'Some Girls', Animated Feature 'Frozen' (Exclusive)

    12:08 pm 3/5/2012

    The "House of Lies" actress plays a jilted ex-girlfriend in a big-screen version of Neil LaBute's play, then plans to sing her way through Disney's upcoming animated odyssey.Read more

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  4. THR's Animation Roundtable: 7 Top Filmmakers Debate R-Rated Toons and If 'Tintin' Should Be Eligible for Ani Oscar

    5:45 pm 12/21/2011

    The directors of "Winnie the Pooh," "Cars 2," "Puss in Boots," "Kung Fu Panda 2," "Rio," "Rango" and "Tintin's" animation supervisor also discuss their influences and 3D.Read more

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  5. Award Season Roundtable Series: Animation

    12:24 pm 12/16/2011

    Our guests Stephen J. Anderson (Winnie the Pooh), Jamie Beard (Tintin), John Lasseter (Cars 2), Chris Miller (Puss in Boots), Jennifer Yuh Nelson (Kung Fu Panda 2), Carlos Saldanha (Rio) and Gore Verbinski (Rango) weigh in on motion capture.Read more

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  6. Award Season Roundtable Series: Animation Part 2

    12:23 pm 12/16/2011

    With 'Rio' costing $90 million to make and 'The Adventures of Tintin' $130 million, we ask the roundtable if animated films cost too much to make.Read more

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  7. Award Season Roundtable Series: Animation Part 3

    12:17 pm 12/16/2011

    Our guests share their desire to make a R-rated animated feature but explain the cost and limited audience are the major stumbling blocks. Read more

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  8. BAFTA Los Angeles' Britannia Awards Honor Ben Stiller, Helena Bonham Carter

    11:21 am 12/1/2011

    There were plenty of laughs at the 19th annual event on Wednesday, with Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Robert Downey Jr. and a giant stuffed giraffe all in attendance.Read more

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  9. Hollywood Studios Accused of Pushing Liberal Agenda Through Children's Films

    7:04 pm 11/30/2011

    Conservatives are striking out against what they perceive as left-wing propaganda aimed at their kids, and a movie about adorable penguins isn't their only target.Read more

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