Thursday, April 30, 2009
End of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Steve Fritz does this write-up on the long-running Craig McCracken series. Craig spills a little bit about his plans for the future now that Foster's will be airing its last ep this Sunday after a planned six-hour marathon.
UPDATE: Damn, Toonzone--you're good.
Toonzone has beat me to the punch with the Newsarama McCracken interview and the news of Foster's finale. Still, you can get at it from here or from Toonzone. Always nice to have choices.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Pixar's UP Will Be PG
The MPAA has rated Up PG for "Some Peril and Action".
Gee, MPAA, how about that? Prince Caspian (incidentally, from the same studio that's gonna deliver UP to us) deserved a PG-13 but got a PG. Sorry if I'm calling the carriage before the horse on this one (haven't seen the final cut of the film, and one won't exist until hopefully, unlike Wolverine and the Fox studio's piracy scandal, the film is released in late May), but it's extraordinarily unlikely that UP will contain anything remotely earning a PG upon its release.
I fully expect to be vindicated when, after you see this, you'll likely end up agreeing with me. Case you don't, there's always my Comments section if you want to share your grievances!
Monday, April 20, 2009
Still thinking (agonizing is more like it) about my next posts to this still-neglected blog and Gather. Boy, if this isn't writer's block, I dunno what is!
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
Variety Blogger Lowry Writes About CN's Upcoming Lineup
Like Mr. Harris, Brian Lowry isn't too keen on "Cartoon" Network's upcoming slate of programs; however, he does damn the masterminds behind it with faint praise for its handling of Clone Wars.
And for not changing the name of the channel to something stoopid like Syfy.