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    IFC announces the amazing voice cast for its new animated show, Out There | BoingBoing



    Out There chronicles the coming-of-age misadventures of socially awkward Chad (Ryan Quincy), his little brother Jay (Kate Micucci) and his best friend, Chris (Justin Roiland). Living in the small town of Holford, the boys wander its surreal, bleak landscape waiting out their last few years of adolescence. Along the way, viewers meet Chad’s conservative parents, Wayne (John DiMaggio) and Rose (Megan Mullally), as well as Chris’s single mother, Joanie (Pamela Adlon) and her disastrous boyfriend, Terry (Fred Armisen). They also meet the object of Chad’s affection, Sharla (Linda Cardellini).

    Out There premieres on Friday, February 22 on IFC.
    Pamela Adlon, eh? Might have to check this out.

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    Fox Sets Premiere Date For Animated Late-Night Block - Deadline.com

    Ok. This is special. Clearly an attempt to mimic the successful Robot Swim format...Fox is really embracing the cable model with this and The Following being the first 12 episode drama, so far, on network.


    and Adgy...not only are they making an AxeCop cartoon...look at the damned cast, oh and CRAP!!! The guys behind the terrific Drawn Together are showrunning...WIN.

    AXE COP
    From the unfettered imagination of a five-year-old boy comes AXE COP, an action-comedy about the most badass superhero who ever existed! Operating on only two minutes of sleep a night and fueled by a diet consisting solely of birthday cake, AXE COP and his loyal partner, FLUTE COP, unleash their unique brand of vigilante justice on bad guys everywhere – including stopping Hitler from creating an army of evil zombie robots and helping BAT WARTHOG MAN find the villain who stole all his best friends! AXE COP is the unique comic phenomenon created and written by Malachai Nicolle (age five) and his brother, Ethan Nicolle (age 30). What started as a small passion project between two brothers quickly evolved into an online sensation and was later published as a graphic novel by Dark Horse Books. AXE COP was developed for television by Nick Weidenfeld and Judah Miller (AMERICAN DAD). Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser (“Drawn Together”) serve as executive producers/showrunners. The series ensemble cast includes Megan Mullally (“Children’s Hospital,” “Will & Grace”), Patton Oswalt (“Young Adult,” “Ratatouille”), Ken Marino (“Children’s Hospital,” “Party Down”), Peter Serafinowicz (“Shaun of the Dead”) and weekly guest stars such as Giancarlo Esposito (“Revolution”); rapper Tyler, The Creator; Jonathan Banks (“Breaking Bad”); Rob Huebel (“Despicable Me”); and Dan Harmon (“Community”).
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    Who knew this even existed...hell, I have an almost encyclopediac memory when it comes to '70's cartoons and I don't even remember this...



    BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KIDS (1973) Sing along with WAC! “I pick that axe and then I get a call. Some bad guy’s gonna take a fall. One by one, we’re gonna meet them all and solve that mystery! Come along with me, Butch Cassidy.” And now’s your chance to answer that siren call thanks to this 2-Disc, 13-Episode collection of the complete Hanna Barbera animated rock and dagger series. An undercover teen superspy poses as the biggest teen pop star in the world while a sentient supercomputer named Mr. Socrates sends him and his band on missions — and is their manager. While this Seventies Saturday morning staple has nothing to do with a certain cowboy duo, it plays more like an alt animated spin-off of the little seen The Phynx mixed with a dash of Scooby since there’s a dog, too. The Monkees’ Mickey Dolenz lends his pipes to the proceedings playing the essential Shaggy role.

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    Of all the shows Fox has lined up for their Animation Domination High Definition comedy block, the one I’m most eagerly looking forward to is Axe Cop. Nick Offerman voices the titular hero, who along with his partner Flute Cop does things like stop Hitler’s zombie robot army. A new short offers an idea of the kind of humor and badassery we’re in for, as Axe Cop explains what he’d do if he were president. Also featuring the voices of Megan Mullally, Patton Oswalt, Ken Marino, and Peter Serafinowicz, Axe Cop debuts July 27.

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    The Shadow King Is Trying To Escape The Disney Vaults - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Just check out this plot blurb, and then imagine it rendered in stop motion of Selick’s caibre:

    The Shadow King is a deliciously magical tale about nine-year-old New York orphan Hap who hides his fantastically weird hands with long fingers from a cruel world. But when a living shadow girl teaches him to make amazing hand shadows that come to life, his hands become incredible weapons in a shadow war against a ravenous monster bent on killing Hap’s brother Richard and ultimately destroying New York.

    Surely that alone would sell tickets? If all this film had for a poster was that blurb, typed out in totally bland type on a big bit of white paper, I still think there’d be an audience.

    And it’s bound to look great too with Peter Sorg as cinematographer and Monsters Inc. and The Incredibles‘ Lou Romano in charge of production design.

    Selick has now working with the sales agents at K5 international to try and get the project going again with new funding. From the press release cut and paste at Deadline, it does seem that they’ll be able to retrieve work from Disney rather than start again. There’s also a hint that animation has started up again:

    The Shadow King until recently in hiatus after Disney exited the project, is already a good way into production.

    K5 International is bringing Henry Selick to the European Film Market at Berlin to conduct special presentations to selected buyers with exclusive clips from the film screened behind closed doors as part of the presentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    In the original Fantasia black people are racist caricatures.

    In the new edited Fantasia, black people don't exist at all. You've come a long way, Disney.


    I don't care if those old movies have racist stereotypes, leave them in instead of pretending they never existed.
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