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  • ARTaylor

    RIP Robert Taylor

    December 16, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Robert Taylor has died at the age of seventy on December 11th following complications from lung disease COPD. Taylor was an animator on the 1967 series Spider-Man. He is also known for his work on Fritz the Cat, DuckTales, and TaleSpin which earned him a Primetime Emmy in 1991. A memorial service will take place at 10 AM in Oakwood Cemetery in Chatsworth, CA. He is survived by his five children and three grandchildren.

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    Today is the twelfth anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek Nemesis. It is the last film featuring The Next Generation crew and the last part of the franchise before it was rebooted. The film featured the talents of Jonathan Frakes as William Riker and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as the voice of the computer as well was the last time for Brent Spiner as Data, LeVar Burton as Geordi LaForge, and Michael Dorn as Worf. Ron Perlman also joined the cast as Viceroy.

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  • ARTaylor

    Today the Golden Globes announced their nominations for the upcoming 72nd Golden Globes Awards. Among the nominations are Big Hero 6 for Best Animated Feature Film and J. K. Simmons for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for Whiplash.

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  • ARTaylor

    January marks the thirty-fifth anniversary of the debut of both Kitty Pryde and Emma Frost. Both first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #129 released in January of 1980. In the issue, Kitty is approached by Frost on behalf of the Hellfire Club and Professor X of the X-Men in the hopes of recruiting the thirteen year-old to their teams. However, Frost's attitude unnerves Kitty and she becomes an X-Man, to eventually be followed by Frost. Both went on to become some of the most popular X-Men characters.

    Kitty was first animated for Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends voiced by Sally Julian as Sprite. She was the title character of the failed pilot "Pryde of the X-Men" played by Kath Soucie. Her most significant appearance was by Maggie Blue O'Hara in th…

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the sixteenth anniversary of the release of Star Trek: Insurrection. It is the ninth film in the franchise and the third to follow The Next Generation crew. The film was directed by Jonathan Frakes who also appeared as William Riker as well as featuring the talents of Brent Spiner as Data, LeVar Burton as Geordi LaForge, Michael Dorn as Worf, and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as the voice of the computer.

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  • ARTaylor

    Walt Disney Animation Studios has gotten its own president. The Hollywood Reporter notes that Andrew Millstein, formely an executive vice president and general manager, will fill the newly created position. Millstein worked on several films including Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, and Big Hero 6. Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios president Ed Catmull said of him, "Andrew's leadership has been a major factor in the renaissance of Walt Disney Animation, and we're excited to see what wonderful films and technological advancements continue to emerge from that group under his leadership."

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  • ARTaylor

    Spider-Man Getting Animated?

    December 10, 2014 by ARTaylor

    The Wall Street Journal managed to get their hands on several emails that passed between the folks at Marvel Entertainment and Sony Pictures. Most of the discussion concerns the use of Spider-Man, whose film rights are owned by Sony rather than The Walt Disney Company, in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War film. However, the emails did reveal that Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are considering producing an animated Spider-Man comedy. The director duo is famous for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, 21 Jump Street, The Lego Movie, and 22 Jump Street. No further details were given.

    The Lego Spider-Man Movie anyone?

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  • ARTaylor

    Last Saturday was the fiftieth anniversary of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. The stop-motion special first aired on December 6th, 1964 making it the longest running Christmas special in television history. The special features the voices of Paul Soles as Rudolph's friend and dentist wannabe Hermey and Peg Dixon as Rudolph's mother and Mrs. Claus.

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  • ARTaylor

    December seventh, a date which lives in infamy. When the naval forces of Japan launched a surprise attack on the United States of America's forces stationed in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on this date in 1941. It resulted in the deaths of 2,403 with 1,178 more wounded. The attack became a rallying call for Americans causing the nation to declare war on Japan thus entering the Second World War. While the US eventually defeated Japan and Nazi Germany, it is still one of the most devastating losses in American military history.

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  • ARTaylor

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Association announced their awards. J. K. Simmons won Best Supporting Actor for his role as Terence Fletcher in the film Whiplash.

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the thirty-fifth anniversary of the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The film revived the franchise following the original series' cancellation and several attempts at creating another series. It features the talents of George Takei as Hikaru Sulu, Nichelle Nichols as Uhura, and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as Christine Chapel.

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-third anniversary of the release of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. The sixth film in the franchise is also the last time that the entire original crew appeared together. It features the talents of Nichelle Nichols in her last appearance as Uhura, George Takei as Hikaru Sulu, David Warner in his second Trek appearance as Klingon Chancellor Gorkon, and Michael Dorn as his The Next Generation's characters own grandfather Worf.

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  • ARTaylor

    Walt Disney's 113 Birthday

    December 5, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today would have been the one-hundred thirteenth birthday of Walter Elias Disney. While he did not do anything directly with Marvel, he died in December of 1966 when many Marvel characters were still getting started, you may have heard of this company he and his brother Roy started called The Walt Disney Company. The Disney corporation is one of the largest in the world and is the parent company of Marvel Entertainment.

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  • ARTaylor

    25 Years of New Warriors

    December 3, 2014 by ARTaylor

    This month marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the introduction of the New Warriors. The team first appeared in December of 1989 in the pages of The Mighty Thor #411. The original team featured Night Thrasher, Speedball, Marvel Boy, Namorita, Nova, and Firestar coming together to help the Thunder God stop Juggernaut.

    The New Warriors members Speedball, Darkhawk, Justice, and Rage first appeared outside the comics in the Fantastic Four episode "To Battle the Living Planet". However, the team's name was not used and they are otherwise implied to be members of the Avengers.

    Most recently, the team was seen on Ultimate Spider-Man as a team formed by Spider-Man. This version is comprised of Agent Venom, Iron Spider, Ka-Zar, Zabu, Cloak, Dagger.


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  • ARTaylor

    The nominations for the 42nd Annual Annie Awards have been announced and Big Hero 6 got a total of seven nominations. With the addition of the short film Feast, Walt Disney Animation Studios got a total of eight nominations this year. Big Hero 6 has the third highest number of nominations this year following The Boxtrolls and How to Train Your Dragon 2.

    • The film itself is nominated for Best Animated Feature.
    • Michael Kaschalk, Peter DeMund, David Hutchins, Henrik Falt, and John Kosnik are nominated for Animated Effects in an Animated Production.
    • Shiyoon Kim and Jin Kim are nominated for Character Design in an Animated Feature Production.
    • Don Hall and Chris Williams are nominated for Directing in an Animated Feature Production.
    • Marc E. Smith is nominated…
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  • ARTaylor

    November 2014 Poll Results

    December 1, 2014 by ARTaylor

    December is here and the November poll results are in. We asked who would win in a one-on-one fight, Hulk or Wolverine.

    1. People seem to think that Hulk really is the strongest there is as he won with 66.67% of the votes. Hulk has seemingly unlimited strength, healing factor, and the rage to relentlessly destroy anything in his way. Even the producers of Hulk vs Wolverine admit that Hulk probably won the ambiguous ending.
    2. The best there is at what he does, and what he does isn't very nice, wasn't a match as Wolverine only got 33.33% of the votes. The X-Man may have an unbreakable skeleton, his own healing factor, and six razor sharp adamantium claws (the only thing that can pierce Hulk's skin), but it doesn't seem like voters believe this is eno…
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  • ARTaylor

    Black Friday 2014

    November 28, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the first day of shopping season for Christmas, also known as Black Friday, eventually ending on Christmas Eve. If you choose to go out into the crowds please remember to stay safe. This is supposed to be a joyous time.

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  • ARTaylor

    50 Years of Star Trek

    November 27, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the very beginnings of Star Trek. On this day the filming began for the original pilot "The Cage". While this pilot was not picked up, it did eventually lead to a second more successful pilot that eventually spawned six series, twelve films, and numerous novels and comic books including some from Marvel Comics. "The Cage" featured the talents of Majel Barrett as first officer, credited only as Number One, who would later marry Star Trek Gene Roddenberry and continue working with the franchise up until her death. She is one of two cast members to return to The Original Series, though as a different role.

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  • ARTaylor

    Happy Thanksgiving 2014

    November 27, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Happy Thanksgiving Day one and all. On this day of thanks be sure not to miss all the fun at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade with the marching bands and parade balloons. At your Thanksgiving dinner enjoy your turkey, yams, and pumpkin pie. And for those intending to begin their Christmas shopping right away, have a safe time.

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-eighth anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. The fourth film in the iconic franchise continues from the third as it sees the original crew facing the consequences of their actions in the previous film when a powerful force threatens the Earth requiring them to travel back in time to save the planet. The film features the talents of original series regulars returning including Nichelle Nichols as Uhura, George Takei as Hikaru Sulu, and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry appearing briefly as Christine Chapel.

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  • ARTaylor

    Ron Wasserman Interview

    November 26, 2014 by ARTaylor

    You may not have heard the name, but if you grew up in the 1990s you certainly know the works of Ron Wasserman. He is the one who made the iconic theme music for X-Men as well as the themes for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Dragon Ball Z while most recently he has worked on America's Next Top Model and Hot in Cleveland. Marvel Entertainment's Patrick Cavanaugh had the pleasure of interviewing the composer about his life and making one of the most memorable cartoon theme songs.

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  • ARTaylor

    Stan Lee on Big Hero 6

    November 26, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Mashable spoke to legendary comic book creator Stan Lee about the recent film Big Hero 6. If you haven't seen it already, though why wouldn't you when it's doing so well, then consider this a spoiler alert. Lee spoke about the post-credits scene featuring his role as Fred's superhero father.

    You can see the video interview at the link below.

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  • ARTaylor

    16 Years of A Bug's Life

    November 26, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the sixteenth anniversary of A Bug's Life. The second film by Pixar Animation Studios, now a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, was directed by John Lasseter. The film features the talents of Jack Angel as Thud, Lasseter as Bug Zapper Bug #1, as well as Jess Harnell and Phil Proctor doing additional voices.

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  • ARTaylor

    22 Years of Aladdin

    November 26, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-second anniversary of the premiere of Aladdin. It is the thirty-first film by the Walt Disney Animation Studios and the fourth film in the famous Disney Renaissance. The film features the talents of Frank Welker as Aladdin's monkey friend Abu, Jasmine's pet tiger Rajah, and the Cave of Wonders, Jim Cummings as captain of the Guard Razoul and Farouk, Charles Adler as the thief Gazeem, Corey Burton as Prince Achmed, as well as Jack Angel and Phil Proctor doing additional voices.

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  • ARTaylor

    15 Years of Toy Story 2

    November 25, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the fifteenth anniversary of the release of Toy Story 2. The third film by the highly acclaimed Pixar Animation Studios features the voice talents of Wayne Knight as the villainous Al the Toy Collector, Mary Kay Bergman doing the yodels for Jessie, Corey Burton doing the Woody's Roundup announcer, John Lasseter returns to direct and plays the blue Rock 'Em Sock 'Em robot, Phil Proctor as the airline representative and Mr. Konishi, as well as Jack Angel and Jess Harnell doing additional voices.

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  • ARTaylor

    Big Hero 6 Still Number Two

    November 24, 2014 by ARTaylor

    In its third weekend, Walt Disney Animation Studios's latest feature Big Hero 6 stayed in second place behind once again only being beaten by the newcomer The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. On Friday the movie earned $4,484,000 while the weekend total came to an estimated $20,086,000 dropping only 42.1%, bringing the movie's total gross to an estimated $135,708,000. It lost one hundred twenty-three theater screens making an average of $5,503 per screen. Internationally, Big Hero 6 is currently the thirty-fifth highest grossing film of the year.

    This coming weekend, the film will face its first true competition with the family-oriented The Penguins of Madagascar. If estimates hold up, it should finish with about $200 million.


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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-third anniversary of Beauty and the Beast. The film by Walt Disney Animation Studios was the first animated feature to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. It features the talents of Mary Kay Bergman as Babette, Tony Jay as Monsieur D'Arque, Kath Soucie as Bimbette, Frank Welker as Footstool, as well as Jack Angel and Phil Proctor doing additional voices.

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  • ARTaylor

    19 Years of Toy Story

    November 22, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the nineteenth anniversary of the release of Toy Story. The film launched the highly successful Pixar Animation Studios, now a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. Directed by John Lasseter, it features the talents of Jack Angel as Shark and Rocky Gibraltar as well as Phil Proctor as the bowling announcer and Pizza Planet guard.

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    Today is the eighteenth anniversary of the release of Star Trek: First Contact. The film, the eighth in the iconic franchise, features The Next Generation crew going back in time to stop their archenemies, the Borg, from changing the past to destroy the future. It features the talents of Jonathan Frakes as William Riker, Brent Spiner as Data, LeVar Burton as Geordi LaForge, Michael Dorn as Worf, James Cromwell as Zefram Cochran, Neal McDonough as Hawk, Dwight Schultz as Reginald Barclay, and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as the voice of the computer.

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    Last Tuesday was the twentieth anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek Generations. The seventh film in the iconic franchise, the film saw the original crew teaming up with The Next Generation crew to stop a solar system destroying maniac. It featured the talents of Jonathan Frakes as William Riker, Brent Spiner as Data, LeVar Burton as Geordi LaForge, Michael Dorn as Worf, Malcolm McDowell as the villain Soran, Tim Russ as an unnamed lieutenant, and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry as the voice of the computer.

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  • ARTaylor

    7 Years of Enchanted

    November 21, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the seventh anniversary of the premiere of Enchanted. The film by The Walt Disney Company is both an homage and parody of the classic princess films from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The film features the talents of Jeff Bennett as Pip and Fred Tatasciore as a troll.

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    20 Years of Spider-Man

    November 21, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Yesterday was the twentieth anniversary of the Spider-Man premiere episode "Night of the Lizard". The episode remains one of the best reviewed of the series, and ranks highly among many Marvel animated premieres. Created to showcase the potential of the series, it features noticeably superior animation compared to the rest of the series.

    In the episode, Spider-Man discovers that his friend and mentor Dr. Curt Connors has transformed into the Lizard. He must cure the professor before the over-ambitious Eddie Brock can uncover proof of the transformation exposing him in The Daily Bugle.

    The series went on to become one of the most beloved animated superhero shows. It eventually reached five seasons and sixty-five episodes making it the second lon…

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  • ARTaylor

    Edward Asner Turns 85

    November 19, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Last Friday was the eighty-fifth birthday for Spider-Man actor Edward Asner.


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  • ARTaylor

    26 Years of Oliver & Company

    November 19, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-sixth anniversary of the release of Oliver & Company. Based on the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist, the film is the twenty-seventh from Walt Disney Animation Studios. It features the voices of Roscoe Lee Brown as the bulldog Francis and Frank Welker as Carlo, Louie the sausage vendor, and various animal sounds.

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Walt Disney Animation Studios classic The Little Mermaid. The film was the first in what is known as the Disney Renaissance, when the company had a creative resurgence in their animation department as well as restored public and critical interest in the company. The beloved movie won two Academy Awards. It features the voices of Christopher Daniel Barnes in his first film role as Prince Eric, the love interest of the title mermaid. The film also features the talents of Frank Welker as Eric's dog Max as well as Ed Gilbert, Charles Adler, Jack Angel, Jim Cummings, and Mark Hamill doing additional voices.

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    Today is the thirty-sixth anniversary of the premiere of The Star Wars Holiday Special. The television special was notoriously hated by franchise creator George Lucas and only aired once and was never released on home video, though it is greatly bootlegged among fans. The special features Mark Hamill returning to his most famous role as Jedi-in-training Luke Skywalker as well as Don Francks as the bounty hunter Boba Fett in his first appearance.

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  • ARTaylor

    Big Hero 6 Stays Big

    November 17, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Big Hero 6 enjoyed a strong second weekend at the box office. The film remained in the top spot for the first seven days, which included Veterans Day where children had the day off from school and many families went to the movies. However, the movie was not able to withstand the nostalgic power of the sequel Dumb and Dumber To, which reach the number one spot this weekend. Big Hero 6 dropped a respectable thirty-six percent to earn a total of $111.7 million. While the drop is lower than that of Wreck-It Ralph it is comparable to Megamind from 2010. The film also opened in Mexico, Malaysia, and Singapore, the latter two featured the biggest opening ever for any Disney or Pixar animated film. The weekend also featured a significant benchmark for Di…

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  • ARTaylor

    Brian Keith's 93 Birthday

    November 14, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today would have been the ninety-third birthday for Uncle Ben actor Brian Keith. The Spider-Man guest star was born on this day in 1921, though he passed away June 24, 1997 at the age of seventy-five.

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    Veterans Day 2014

    November 11, 2014 by ARTaylor

    In the United States of America, today is Veterans Day. Set on the anniversary of the official end of World War I, it is a federal holiday to honor those who have served in the armed forces.

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    Today is the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The game re-releases the four previous games Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, an anniversary edition of Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4, each one focusing on the iconic hero Master Chief played by Steve Downes. The series also features the talents of Keith David as reluctant ally and playable character the Arbiter, Dee Bradley Baker as series villain Gravemind, Kevin Michael Richardson as the second game's villain Tartarus, Ron Perlman as Lord Hood, Robin Atkin Downes as the Prophet of Regret, Miguel Ferrer as the Heretic Leader, Jennifer Hale as Sarah Palmer, Kate Higgins as Doctor Owen, Yuri Lowenthal as Kamal Zaman, Kari Wahlgren as Janissary James and Ivanoff, Travis Willingham as Jul'M…

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the release of Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. The third game in the series features the voices of Troy Baker as Batman, Clancy Brown returning to the role of Lex Luthor, Adam West as the classic Batman and Grey Ghost, Laura Bailey as Wonder Woman and Catwoman, Dee Bradley Baker as Brainiac, Josh Keaton as Green Lantern and Shazam, Roger Craig Smith as Bat-Mite, Travis Willingham as Superman, Hawkman, and Booster Gold, Fred Tatasciore as Solomon Grundy and Killer Croc, Jean-Benoît Blanc as Swamp Thing, and Marc Worden as Sinestro.

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  • ARTaylor

    Big Heroic Debut

    November 10, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Big Hero 6 topped the weekend box office beating fellow debut movie Interstellar. The Walt Disney Animation Studios film opened in 3761 locations to an estimated $56.2 million over the weekend, amounting to an average of $14,943 per theater. Seventy-two percent of the viewers were made up of families. Interstellar topped Friday with $17 million to Big Hero 6's $15.8 million.

    This is up fifteen percent from Disney's previous effort Wreck-It Ralph, which opened around the same time in 2012. Though this is down from Frozen's opening last year. Box Office Mojo predicts that if it continues to compare equally with Wreck-It Ralph it would end up with over $215 million. It's largest competition was Interstellar, which also opened to an estimated $50 million…

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  • ARTaylor

    10 Years of Halo 2

    November 10, 2014 by ARTaylor

    Today is the tenth anniversary of the release of Halo 2. The hugely popular game greatly helped the expansion of online competitive multiplayer gameplay on consoles. The game features Steve Downes returning to the role of Master Chief as well as Keith David as reluctant ally Arbiter, Dee Bradley Baker as series villain Gravemind, Kevin Michael Richardson as the game's villain Tartarus, Ron Perlman as Lord Hood, Robin Atkin Downes as the Prophet of Regret, Miguel Ferrer as the Heretic Leader, Yuri Lowenthal as Kamal Zaman, Kari Wahlgren as Janissary James, and Tara Platt as Genie, Isabel, and Cassie. To honor the anniversary, Microsoft is re-releasing the game with update graphics as part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the thirtieth anniversary of the release of A Nightmare on Elm Street. The iconic film launched a popular horror franchise that was followed by five sequels, a meta-sequel, a crossover with the Friday the 13th series, and a remake. It launched several novels, video games, a television series, and several comic books including some from Marvel Comics. All but one of the films and television series has featured the talents of Vulture actor Robert Englund as the powerful villain Freddy Kruger, his most iconic role to date. The series also featured Lisa Zane as Freddy's daughter Maggie Burroughs in Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare and Clancy Brown as one of Freddy's killers, Alan Smith, in the 2010 remake. Little known fact, David Warne…

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  • ARTaylor

    Big Hero 6 Released

    November 7, 2014 by ARTaylor

    In case you haven't been paying attention on this site, Walt Disney Animation Studios has a movie coming out based on Marvel Comics called Big Hero 6. Well, today is that day. Directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams, the latest from the House of Mouse features Hiro Hamada and Baymax forming a team of technical-powered superheroes to save the city of San Fransokyo from the criminal Yokai. This is the first theatrical animated film for Marvel and the first Disney-produced Marvel feature.

    The cast includes Ryan Potter as Hiro, Scott Adsit as Baymax, T. J. Miller as Fredzilla, Jamie Chung as GoGo Tomago, Damon Wayans, Jr. as Wasabi, Genesis Rodriguez as Honey Lemon, Maya Rudolph as Aunt Cass, Alan Tudyk as Alistair Krei, James Cromwell as Profes…

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  • ARTaylor

    The soundtrack for the film Big Hero 6 is now available for purchase. The album contains the Fall Out Boy song Immortals.


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  • ARTaylor

    The Walt Disney Company has submitted Big Hero 6 for consideration for Best Animated Feature for the 87th Academy Awards. The nominations will be announced on Thursday, January 15th, 2015 while the ceremony, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will be held Sunday, February 22nd.

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  • ARTaylor

    Election Day 2014

    November 5, 2014 by ARTaylor

    In the United States of America, today is election day.

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    If you haven't been paying attention to Marvel Comics recently, they have been offering teaser images for some big event next summer. Most have dealt with revisiting comic book stories throughout the years. But the most recent one hints at reviving X-Men, that 1992 animated series which also happens to be the longest running Marvel animated series.

    As you can see below, the teaser image features the X-Men members Wolverine, Professor X, Rogue, Gambit, Storm, Cyclops, and Jubilee in the designs from the acclaimed series. Though both Jean Grey and Beast are missing.

    Will the longest running series become even longer or will they be visiting others in the multiverse? Only time will tell now.


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  • ARTaylor

    Today is the release of the app Big Hero 6: Bot Fight. The game is available for the App Store, Google Play, and Windows Store.

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