PRESS RELEASE: Nickelodeon and California State University, Fullerton’s Begovich Gallery present “Happy Happy Joy Joy: 25 Years of Creator-Driven Animation,” an exhibit that goes behind the scenes and into the minds of the creators who ushered in a new era of groundbreaking animation on TV, beginning in 1991 with the launch of Doug, Rugrats, The Ren & Stimpy Show, and continuing on with landmark hits like Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold!, SpongeBob SquarePants and more. The public retrospective exhibition will be open from April 16 through May 22 at Begovich Gallery located on the Fullerton campus. Admission is free.
Who didn’t love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series from the 80s? Okay, granted, kids who were born in the last decade or those who were too young to watch the show when it originally aired, probably could care less. Those same people may have mad love for the current Nickelodeon TMNT series that has been running for the last couple of years. Now the generations can finally come together as the greatest TMNT teams of two different centuries crossover this month.
This weekend, Walt Disney Animation Studios released Zootopia on the world, and the box office responded with ticket sales that broke Frozen’s 2013 $67.4 million debut. The feature films take on bias and stereotypes was well received by everyone at the Major Spoilers HQ, and many Spoilerites gave their thumbs up as well. What did you think?
This week’s episode is the season finale and names Wonder Woman “Hero of the Month.”
Walt Disney Studios took a lot of photos last night during the Disney’s Zootopia premiere in Hollywood.
Yesterday, Disney XD announced it was bring Star Wars to the small screen. “Big deal,” you say? What if I told you it was LEGO Star Wars? “Again, big deal Stephen. LEGO Star Wars movies have been all over the network over the year.” Yes, that’s true, Dear Reader, but this will be a weekly series. “WHAAAAAAAA!?”
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the world premiere of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Cosmic Clash, will happen on February 13, 2016 in Los Angeles.
DC Entertainment has released a new animated DC Super Hero Girls shot that puts Bumblebee front and center a Hero of the Month.
Batman: Bad Blood premiered worldwide tonight and not only does Barbara Gordon Batgirl have a surprised appearance in the movie, but she appears in the updated Cameron Stewart-designed costume that lit up the internet with its popularity. Granted, Batgirl is a very minor figure in Batman: Bad Blood with not a word to her name. Instead the movie houses on Nightwing, Robin, Batwoman and Batwing and it will be nice to introduce another female character into the DC Animated Universe for use going forward and to highlight this character at a peek in her popularity. Are your as excited as we are