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    BD Horror News - 'The Goon' Hasn't Moved An Inch

    It's amazing that David Fincher cannot get funding for this. Probably because they are staying true to the source material. I would rather it never get made than have it be comprimised, hopefully persistence will pay off.
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    More Goon news...

    Eric Powell and David Fincher Say ‘The Goon’ Adaptation is Not Dead, Paul Giamatti Apologizes for Sparking Rumors | /Film

    Fincher, for his part, sent Powell a quick note saying that “The things that make the Goon so completely unique are, unfortunately, more than mere concerns to corporate hollywood… But I am undeterred–this atom can be split.”

    So take heart, Goon fans: it appears the comic could be headed to the big screen yet. Though I still can’t say I’m all that optimistic about seeing it happen sooner rather than later…
    Here are Powell’s words:


    David Fincher and Blur still have the option for the Goon film and are still actively looking for funding… It’s been a while since anyone spoke to Giamatti about the project and I guess he wasn’t kept in the loop as to what was going on. So zip up your fly, Internet. The Goon is in the exact same position it’s been in for the past couple of years. Prepping the design and script while searching for funding.



    I don’t have a role in acquiring the funding for the film, but I speak to Tim Miller at Blur, Fincher, and Mike Richardson with Dark Horse Entertainment every few weeks to get an update on the status. And last I spoke with Fincher and Miller they were gearing up for another round of meetings to try to acquire funding. We have to find the right people that get what we’re trying to do and will give us the budget we require. It’s going to take time when you’re dealing with a project like the Goon film. An animated (and not aimed towards toddlers) gangster film with monsters, murder, and tons of dark humor… where have you seen that before?

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    More Goon news...

    Eric Powell and David Fincher Say ‘The Goon’ Adaptation is Not Dead, Paul Giamatti Apologizes for Sparking Rumors | /Film

    Fincher, for his part, sent Powell a quick note saying that “The things that make the Goon so completely unique are, unfortunately, more than mere concerns to corporate hollywood… But I am undeterred–this atom can be split.”

    So take heart, Goon fans: it appears the comic could be headed to the big screen yet. Though I still can’t say I’m all that optimistic about seeing it happen sooner rather than later…
    Here are Powell’s words:


    David Fincher and Blur still have the option for the Goon film and are still actively looking for funding… It’s been a while since anyone spoke to Giamatti about the project and I guess he wasn’t kept in the loop as to what was going on. So zip up your fly, Internet. The Goon is in the exact same position it’s been in for the past couple of years. Prepping the design and script while searching for funding.



    I don’t have a role in acquiring the funding for the film, but I speak to Tim Miller at Blur, Fincher, and Mike Richardson with Dark Horse Entertainment every few weeks to get an update on the status. And last I spoke with Fincher and Miller they were gearing up for another round of meetings to try to acquire funding. We have to find the right people that get what we’re trying to do and will give us the budget we require. It’s going to take time when you’re dealing with a project like the Goon film. An animated (and not aimed towards toddlers) gangster film with monsters, murder, and tons of dark humor… where have you seen that before?

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    2012 Los Angeles Animation Festival to Feature TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE, AKIRA and More

    THE LOS ANGELES ANIMATION FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES DATES,

    LINE-UP, AND THIS YEAR’S ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, SEAN LENNON



    Festival Will Screen West Coast Premiere of “A Monster in Paris” as well as Revivals of “Team America: World Police,” “The Iron Giant,” “Fantastic Planet,” “Akira,” and First Animation Oscar Winner “Shrek” The 3rd Annual Event will Honor Celebrated Animator and Academy Award Nominee, Bill Plympton, For His Contribution To The World Of Animation



    LOS ANGELES, CA, FEBRUARY 7, 2012 – The beloved Los Angeles Animation Festival (LAAF) returns for its 3rd annual event with new screenings of animated feature films & shorts from around the world, exclusive panels, and parties celebrating the animation community. The Festival will run from Wednesday, March 7th through Sunday, March 11th at the historic Regent Showcase in Hollywood. LAAF announced they have enlisted longtime LAAF supporter, Sean Lennon, as Artistic Director and will honor Bill Plympton at this year’s festival.

    This year’s Artistic Director, Sean Lennon, has been a supporter of LAAF from its inception. Lennon is an admirer and connoisseur of great animation, even working as an animator on his music video Would I Be The One, inspired by Fantastic Planet which was screened at the first LAAF for Lennon, as it’s a film that resonates through much of his art and music. This year, LAAF will screen the film again, with an entirely live score featuring six musicians and five actors on stage. Lennon has also hand selected several films this year which have not been screened in quite some time. Lennon will personally introduce these unique films which have impacted him and his career.

    Events honoring Bill Plympton will include the West Coast premiere of Adventures in Plymptoons, a documentary on Plympton’s career by Alexia Anastasio, and a special screening of Plympton’s first animated feature film, The Tune, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Additional events include a cast and crew screening of The Iron Giant; a revival of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s Team America: World Police; a screening of Shrek honoring its 10th Anniversary and it’s win of the first Oscar® for Animated Feature; a behind the scenes look at the making of web sensation Dick Figures which currently has 85 million views and counting; and MTV’s Liquid Television-sponsored event featuring classic and new material from this iconic brand.

    “Beyond celebrating the world of animation, LAAF provides up and coming animators the opportunity to connect with industry professionals and showcase their work,” said John Andrews, LAAF Founder & Co-Director. “This year we’re excited to honor one of the greats of animation, Bill Plympton, whose work and independent career have inspired so many of us in the field of animation.”

    “We’re so proud LAAF is celebrating its 3rd year and has developed into the biggest international Animation Festival in California,” said Miles Flanagan, LAAF Founder & Co-Director. “This has been a labor of love for us, and we’re so thrilled to have such an amazing line-up at the festival, and the vision of this year’s Artistic Director, Sean Lennon.”

    FESTIVAL COMPETITION

    MTV’s Liquid Television is sponsoring a competition offering a $5,000 development deal. This year’s complete contest categories include Best Short (20 minutes or less), Best Feature, Best TV episode (11-30 minutes), Best Animated Music Video and the special category, Best “Animation on the Edge”. This category is sponsored by MTV’s Liquid Television and looks to recognize an animator’s work that is on the cutting edge of humor, story-telling or technique aimed at a teen or adult audience. Selected entries will play before each of the festival programs. All category winners will receive Toonboom software packages. Details on entering can be found at Los Angeles Animation Festival. All entries must be postmarked by February 14, 2012.

    NOTABLE PROGRAMMING & LINE-UP:

    Wednesday March 7th:

    Opening Night Party: Hosted by Tom Kenny (voice of SpongeBob SquarePants) featuring celebrities on stage, and live band Nylon Pink.

    Teaser reels of LAAF and cartoon contributions from Jerry Beck.

    Thursday March 8th

    Akira: presented by Sean Lennon.

    Friday March 9th

    The Iron Giant: Special Charity Screening with cast and crew.

    MTV and Titmouse present Liquid Television past and present.

    Saturday March 10th

    Dick Figures: Six Point Harness presents the web sensation—with cast & crew LIVE recording.

    Cal Arts: Special current and historical screening.

    World Premiere of Adventures in Plymptoons: with honoree Bill Plympton and director, Alexia Anastasio.

    Shrek 10th Anniversary and Oscar® Celebration Event: Gala, special event and feature screening.

    A Monster in Paris: West Coast premiere with cast.

    Team America: World Police with special guests from the film.

    Sunday March 11th

    Asifa-Hollywood presents the screening of a classic animated feature.

    LAAF Awards Ceremony and 20th Anniversary Screening of Honoree Bill Plympton’s The Tune: Plympton will accept award in person.

    Fantastic Planet: Presented by Sean Lennon with live score by Jesus Makes the Shotgun Sound.

    Passes to attend the festival will be available shortly to the general public. Festival passes provide access to all screenings, events, panels and receptions. For details, visit Los Angeles Animation Festival. Festival passes and tickets to all individual events can also be purchased in person at the Regent Showcase beginning on Wed 7th March.

    ABOUT THE LOS ANGELES ANIMATION FESTIVAL

    The Los Angeles Animation Festival was founded in 2007 by John Andrews and Miles Flanagan. Frustrated by the lack of a cohesive animation festival in Los Angeles, the founders sought to create a festival experience that allowed unknown animators to meet and mingle with industry professionals. LAAF is now the largest International Animation Festival in Los Angeles and offers a unique social and business experience to those attending, celebrating both mainstream and independent animation with special screenings, events, panels, awards and contests. More information regarding the festival can be found at Los Angeles Animation Festival

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    Final Round of SXSW Films Includes ‘Searching For Sugar Man,’ ‘Safety Not Guaranteed’ and ‘Nature Calls,’ With Patton Oswalt | /Film

    Yellow Submarine (1968) Newly Restored (UK)
    Director: George Dunning
    Once upon a time in an unearthly paradise called Pepperland, the Blue Meanies threaten to destroy all
    that is good. Enter John, Paul, George and Ringo to save the day! Armed with their humour, songs,
    and yellow submarine, the Fab Four tackle the rough seas in an effort to bring down evil.
    Cast: The Beatles, Paul Angelis, John Clive
    Oh please...God, if you are out there...a Bluray would be lovely!~

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    Bart Simpson's Chalkboard Quotes
    Happy 500th Simpsons!!!!



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    First Trailer for The Suicide Shop | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    While it’s about a family run business that profits from helping people kill themselves, Patrice Leconte‘s first animated feature The Suicide Shop actually looks like it wants a PG audience. Bold stuff, really. I’m sure the American studios, Pixar included, would never try such a thing.

    Here’s the first full French trailer for the picture.


    Click the link for a dubbed/lower quality version.

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