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Aliens Battle It Out in Cartoon Network’s Latest DVD Release

Ben 10 Omniverse: Aliens at War

Available November 5, 2013, This Two-Disc DVD Includes 10 Action-Packed Episodes Plus “Alien Database” Bonus Feature

Cartoon Network announced today an all-new DVD release starring its most beloved hero Ben Tennyson with the release of Ben 10 Omniverse: Aliens at War. Available November 5, 2013, the two-disc DVD features never-before-seen Omnitrix aliens, and includes 10 action-packed episodes from the series’ second and third seasons plus an “Alien Database” bonus feature. The long-running action adventure series stars Ben, his arsenal of alien alter-egos, his by-the-book alien-plumber partner Rook, and a colorful underground world filled with intergalactic life. Ben 10 Omniverse: Aliens at War will be available on DVD for the out-of this-world suggested retail price of $19.97 and with a retailer order due date of October 1, 2013.

The episodes included in the two-disc Ben 10 Omniverse: Aliens at War DVD are:

1. T.G.I.S.

2. Tummy Trouble

3. Store 23

4. Vilgax Must Croak

5. Ben Again
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6 Scenes We Love From ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’

Yesterday was the 25th anniversary of the theatrical release of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. An innovative co-production between Walt Disney (via Touchstone Pictures) and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment based on the novel “Who Censored Roger Rabbit?” by Gary K. Wolf, the live-action and animation hybrid has already been officially celebrated this year with a commemorative Blu-ray and DVD release hitting stores back in March. But this is the weekend to truly honor both the film and your memory of seeing it for the first time, amazed by the interactions between humans and toons and the mix of real and illustrated props and sets and the idea that you might be turned on by a two-dimensional redhead. Roger Rabbit is not regarded nearly enough these days outside of the reporting of any latest news on its sequel ever actually happening. The Oscar-winning effects don’t astound as much as they did in 1988 (it was one of the
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Review: Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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Every now and then an anniversary comes along and it makes you pause and realize just how much time has passed and how much the world has changed. Twenty-five years ago, the idea of mixing animation and live-action was nothing new, but using computer-enhanced animation was a fresh approach. Then there was the mind-blowing idea of mashing up every animated icon from the golden age of animation. Yes, Disney and Looney Tunes side by side. The Fleischer Studios creations hobnobbing with the others. It had never been attempted before and was cause for celebration.

In the two and a half decades that have passed, Disney’s attempt to turn Gary K. Wolf’s protagonist into a cartoon perennial has petered out. Roger Rabbit was first born in Wolf’s 1981 novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit? and was turned into a major player thanks to Robert Zemeckis’ ambitious adaptation followed by a
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Blu-ray Review: ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ Gets Long Overdue Release

Chicago – When “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” was released 25 years ago, it was a revolutionary critical and commercial smash on its way to four Oscars, including a special Academy Award created just for its amazing technical achievement (live-action and animation may be as common as McDonald’s commercials now but not in 1988). However, not every film from the late ’80s has held up well. In fact, most of them work more as nostalgia than anything else. (Case in point, the recent-to-Blu-ray “Willow”). Does “Roger Rabbit” still work? Does it ever. Watching the film on this long-overdue Blu-ray release, I was stunned by how great it still works in every way. It’s a classic.

Rating: 4.5/5.0

Why has Robert Zemeckis’ classic held up while others have not? I think the lack of ’80s-specific references really helps the piece feel timeless and the performances and fantastic script would work in any era. “Roger Rabbit” is just a fun,
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Wamg Interview: Charles Fleischer – The Voice of Roger Rabbit

Interview conducted by Tom Stockman March 6th, 2013

It all began in 1986 at the Comedy Store in La where director Robert Zemeckis saw Charles Fleischer perform his stand-up comedy act. The act consisted of a lot of voices and sound effects, but what most impressed Zemekis was what he called ”his vocal presence.” And so when auditions began for the human star of Zemeckis’ upcoming live action/animated hybrid murder mystery noir film Who Framed Roger Rabbit — the part eventually played by Bob Hoskins — they called Fleischer. Not to read for that part, but to read with the actors auditioning for that part. Fleischer eventually got the part providing the voice for Roger.

That was 25 years ago. Charles Fleischer went on to voice Roger in some Roger Rabbit shorts and has acted in movies such as Dick Tracy, Straight Talk and Zodiac and recently provided one of the voices in Rango.
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Blu-ray: Who Framed Roger Rabbit 25th Ann.

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: March 12, 2013

Price: Blu-ray/DVD Combo $26.50

Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

1988 comedy movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit has been discontinued on DVD for years, so this Blu-ray is very welcome. Jessica Rabbit in high-definition? What’s not to love?

In case you don’t remember the sultry red-haired cartoon who was just drawn bad, PG-rated Who Framed Roger Rabbit mixes animation and live action. The film stars Bob Hoskins (Made in Dagenham) as Eddie Valiant, a detective who hates toons. When toon Roger Rabbit is accused of murder, Valiant is unfortunately the only one who can help.

Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future movies) and Jessica Cassidy (Blade Runner) also star, along with the voices of Sherlock Holmes producer Joel Silver and Kathleen Turner (Romancing the Stone) as the sultry red-head. Directed by Robert Zemeckis (Forest Gump), Who Framed Roger Rabbit is based on the novel
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Blu-ray Debuts March 12th, 2013

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Blu-ray Debuts March 12th, 2013
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is releasing Who Framed Roger Rabbit? on Blu-ray March 12, 2013. The studio is also releasing two-packs featuring The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Hunchback of Notre Dame II, Mulan and Mulan II and Brother Bear and Brother Bear 2 on the same date. Take a look at the artwork and release details for these four new Blu-ray's.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Blu-ray - $26.50 Srp

A toon hating detective is a cartoon rabbit's only hope to prove his innocence when he is accused of murder. Four time Academy Award Winner (1988) for Best Film Editing, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound Effects Editing and Special Achievement in Animation Direction.

Special Features:

The Roger Rabbit Shorts (Digitally Restored) - Tummy Trouble, Roller-Coaster Rabbit & Trail Mix-UpWho Made Roger Rabbit?Theatrical TrailerDeleted Scene: "Pig's Head"On Set! Benny The CabBehind The Ears: The True StoryBefore & After Split-ScreenToon Stand-InsFeature Audio CommentaryToontown
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mulan, Hunchback Of Notre Dame and Brother Bear Debut on Blu-ray March 12, 2013

Disney has announced the Blu-ray release of the following films on March 12, 2013: Who Framed Roger Rabbit - The 25th Anniversary edition of director Robert Zemeckis' classic crime comedy that blended live action and hand-drawn animation. Mulan - The 15th anniversary of the 1998 film from directors Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook that featured the voice talents of Ming Na, Eddie Murphy and Bd Wong. Combo also includes Mulan 2. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - The 1996 animated adaptation of the classic Victor Hugo tale that starred the voices of Demi Moore, Jason Alexander, Kevin Kline and Tom Hulce. Combo also includes The Hunchback of Notre Dame II. Brother Bear - Featuring the voices of Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Suarez and Rick Moranis, the Oscar-nominated Brother Bear turned a main character into a bear long before that other movie did. Combo also includes Brother Bear 2. Hit the jump for Blu-ray cover art,
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'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' and more modern Disney classics head to Blu-ray

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'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' and more modern Disney classics head to Blu-ray
March 12 will be a banner day for fans of Disney's millennial output, as a handful of animated films -- and their inferior straight-to-video sequels -- are making their way to Blu-ray and DVD. Likewise, the beloved "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" is also making its debut in the format with some new bonus features.  "Roger Rabbit," Robert Zemeckis' landmark '80s combination of live-action and animation is getting the deluxe Blu-ray treatment for its 25th anniversary. The set includes the digitally restored "Roger Rabbit" shorts, "Tummy Trouble," "Roller-Coaster Rabbit" and "Trail Mix-Up." Other bonus features include "Who Made Roger Rabbit?," the theatrical trailer, deleted scenes,...
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Rob Minkoff Talks The Lion King 3D

Rob Minkoff Talks The Lion King 3D
Director Rob Minkoff discusses The Lion King's 3D conversion, his thoughts on motion-capture, Chinese Odyssey, and more

Last month, I got to see one of the greatest animated movies of all time in a way I had never seen it before. Back in May, Disney announced that the 1994 classic The Lion King will be re-released in theaters with a brand new 3D conversion, for a limited two-week run starting on September 16. The Lion King will then make its debut in Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D on October 4, along with an eight-disc trilogy set as well. I was invited to a special early screening of The Lion King 3D, and a press day where we were able to speak with some of the filmmakers and artists responsible for this classic, and the new 3D conversion. While I'll hold off on my reaction to this new 3D experience, I thought I'd share
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Donald Duck is 76

Do you prefer "Daffy" or "Donald"? I can't say I've ever been much of a fan of either of the famous Ducks (maybe Howard, briefly, in the 80s). Maybe sea fowl just aren't my thing? I was, however, totally into Chip & Dale (and chipmunks) as a child. So here's seven minutes of funny Toy Tinkers (Best Animated Short Film Nominee, 1949) starring all three to start your morning:

Here's a list of the ten best Donald Duck cartoons from a real fan. And if you've never seen Donald's only Oscar-winning short, Der Fuehrer's Face (1942) you can watch it on YouTube.

The Disney and Warner Bros characters used to get Oscar nominated a lot in the Animated Short category. In the past couple of decades the closest thing we have to a perennial in that category is Wallace & Gromit or Pixar as a studio, if that counts, though their characters don't repeat.
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