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2011-08-01 13:15:00

CULVER CITY, Calif., Aug. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Christmas has fans everywhere, but only the country's biggest fan of Christmas will be chosen as the Face of the Fan® in the Arthur Christmas Face of the Fan Contest. One winner will be chosen to represent the fans at the premiere of the upcoming computer-animated movie Arthur Christmas, an Aardman production for Sony Pictures Animation. Arthur Christmas will be released in theaters nationwide on November 23, 2011....

2008-11-18 09:11:54

Britain's iconic Plasticine man-and-dog duo Wallace & Gromit are set to star in a new TV special to be shown on Christmas Day, The Times of London reported. The pair headline A Matter of Loaf and Death, a new 30-minute-long, stop-motion animation film to be shown on the BBC. The special marks Wallace & Gromit's fourth appearance in a short film and their first adventure since the feature-length movie The Curse of the Were-Rabbit hit theaters in 2005. The Times said the BBC also...

2008-08-11 12:00:46

IBC, the leading event in electronic media worldwide, has announced that its International Honour for Excellence 2008 will be presented to Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation SKG. The award will be presented during this year's event which takes place in Amsterdam in September. "I am thrilled to be among the distinguished list of recipients to have received an International Honour for Excellence," Katzenberg said. "At DreamWorks Animation we aim to create and deliver quality and...

2008-07-29 15:00:49

By DERRIK J. LANG, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Wallace & Gromit" are going on a new adventure. Telltale Games is creating an episodic video game based on Aardman Animations' Oscar-winning animated film series titled Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures. The popular stop-motion clay animated franchise stars the cheese-loving, hair-brained inventor Wallace (voiced by Peter Sallis) and his long-suffering loyal pooch, Gromit. "We're certainly going for the clay look with this," Telltale...

2008-07-26 12:00:39

By Derrik J. Lang Associated Press LOS ANGELES -- "Wallace & Gromit" are going on a new adventure. Telltale Games is creating an episodic video game based on Aardman Animations' Oscar-winning animated film series titled "Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures." The popular stop-motion clay animated franchise stars the cheese-loving, hair-brained inventor Wallace (voiced by Peter Sallis) and his long-suffering loyal pooch, Gromit. "We're certainly going for the clay look with this,"...

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2007-02-13 11:35:00

GLENDALE, Calif. -- A cocky race car that learns the wisdom of slowing down won the race for best animated feature Sunday at the 34th annual Annie Awards, honoring achievements in feature film and television animation. "Cars," from The Walt Disney Co. and Pixar Animation Studios, defeated a crowd of contenders that included "Happy Feet" from Warner Bros., "Over the Hedge," from DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. (DWA), "Monster House" from Sony Pictures, a division of Sony Corp. (SNE), and "Open...

2006-07-22 09:04:40

LONDON (Reuters) - One in four Britons went to the cinema at least once a week last year, making British film fans amongst the keenest in the world and defying a global decline in ticket sales, the UK Film Council said on Saturday. A raft of successful home-grown films like "Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire," "Wallace And Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit" and "Batman Begins" helped draw in audiences. Admissions around the world fell in 2005, by nine percent in the United...


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