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  • An unusual departure for beloved Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki

    An unusual departure for beloved Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki
    The busiest moment in the history of Twitter happened in August when multitudes of Japanese users tweeted the word "balus" while watching a TV broadcast of director Hayao Miyazaki's 1986 animated movie, "Castle in the Sky." In an indicator of Miyazaki's...
  • TV Review: 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth'

    Spike Lee's presentation of Mike Tyson's one-man autobiographical stage show is messy, energetic, muscular -- in many respects, bearing a resemblance to the different stages of the former heavyweight champ's style in the ring. Yet while Tyson has been...
  • Will 'Harry Potter' Stamps Succeed Where 'The Simpsons' Failed?

    The United States Postal Service took a major financial hit when it released a series of commemorative postage stamps celebrating the 20th anniversary of "The Simpsons" four years ago. But the USPS isn't giving up on offering up fan-friendly characters...
  • John Goodman: A Force of Nature

    Most of America first came to know John Goodman as the blue-collar patriarch of the Midwestern family on "Roseanne." Playing the role of big-hearted, hard-working contractor Dan Connor on the ABC sitcom for eight seasons could have typecast him as TV dad...
  • Inside the magical world of Martellus Bennett

    Inside the magical world of Martellus Bennett
    Like a stylish mad scientist, Martellus Bennett tinkers in his laboratory. It's away from football and in the basement of his suburban home where his creative mind flourishes. It's where the self-proclaimed "visionary architect" paints, doodles and...
  • Disney Turns to Apps Like 'Frozen' Storybook to Get Kids into Movie Theaters

    Disney is hoping story time will mean movie time. The Mouse House has released an app for Walt Disney Studios' animated "Frozen," on Apple's iTunes, that enables young readers to explore the story told in the upcoming toon before it's released on Nov. 27...
  • Warburton Set to Host Annie Awards

    Actor Patrick Warburton, known for his role in "Seinfeld" and numerous voice work on such animated fare as Disney's "The Emperor's New Groove" and TV's "Family Guy," will host the 41st Annie Awards on Saturday, Feb. 1, at Royce Hall on the UCLA campus....
  • 'Despicable Me 2′ Director: Minions Were Supposed to Be 'Army of Orc-Like Brutes'

    "Despicable Me 2" collaborators Chris Meledandri, Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud and Pharrell Williams shared some of their creative processes following a showing of their toon Nov. 14 at the Variety Screening Series. Williams couldn't stop gushing about...
  • Universal Sets New Domestic Box Office Record

    With the boffo success of "Despicable Me 2" and "Fast and Furious 6," Universal Pictures has posted a record-setting year at the domestic box office, with $1.352 billion so far, the studio announced Monday. Universal's new Stateside benchmark surpassed...
  • Lori MacPherson to Leave Disney as Studio Restructures Home Entertainment Group

    The changing of the old guard continues to take place inside Hollywood's homevideo divisions. Lori MacPherson, a 23-year-vet of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, is leaving the company as executive VP, global product management at the end of the...
  • Reel China: Beijing film festival opens with international emphasis

    BEIJING -- The Beijing International Film Festival kicked off in the Chinese capital on Wednesday, opening with the French production "Beauty and the Beast" directed by Christophe Gans and starring Léa Seydoux and Vincent Cassel. In only its fourth...