Everyone in New Zealand knows who cartoon character Lisa Simpson is and her distinctive voice.
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson will star as a cartoon detective, with a pigeon as a sidekick, in a new animated series, US cable network Adult Swim has said.
Ten years after it was first cancelled by Fox, Futurama is set again for its final delivery. Comedy Central announced that this seventh season would be the show’s last, finishing up in the US on 4 September.
If M can be a woman, why can’t James Bond be black Pierce Brosnan is recommending it, suggesting during promotions for the UK release of the film Love is All You Need, that when (and if) Daniel Craig should choose to put down the Walther PPK, actor Colin Salmon should get a shot.
The Walking Dead is back! Here is a list of a few things (5 to be exact) about the new season. The List 1. Fight the Dead, Fear the Living: We wish we could take credit for that clever tagline, but it wasn’t us. The third season will focus mainly on the evil […]
Sitting in his lively studio in western Seoul, veteran animator Nelson Shin is clearly proud of the fact that he’s helped animate The Simpsons since the show first aired in 1989. The iconic cartoon propelled his production company Akom into becoming an overseas contracting hub for a lineup of Saturday-morning classics, including X-Men, Tiny Toon Adventures and Animaniacs
Denmark is not exactly a global power center, but the former leader of the small, tidy nation is about to become a major player on the world’s diplomatic stage.
Birds of a feather flock to Rio, and so do audiences everywhere. Fox’s 3-D animated carnival, the high flyer at last week’s box office, saw nothing but blue skies its second time around; it earned $26.8 million, according to early studio estimates, to win the Easter weekend at North American movie theaters.
Bibendum, a tubby white cartoon man made of tires, made his annual voyage to America last week and awarded stars to 57 restaurants in New York City.
Correction appended: Jan. 20, 2011 An editorial cartoon in the Jan.