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James Cameron knows movies in general, and he knows 3D CG movies in specific. So if James Cameron likes your 3D CG film, you've probably done something special. If he calls your movie "majestic" and "epic in every sense," then you're Shinji Aramaki,
Following the anime master's announcement that his filmmaking days are over, the movie increased its weekend take 13.6 percent, despite being in theaters for two months. Hayao Miyazaki 's The Wind Rises took another $4.5 million at the Japanese box
Plus, one of the weirdest scifi shows to grace the BBC, a live-action movie of one of Japan's weirdest anime, and an aquarium full of severed heads, all in this week's DVD releases! Elementary: The First Season We all know about how great Benedict
Just in case you weren't convinced that Japan's Captain Harlock movie would be the awesomest scifi movie of the year, here's a new three-minute trailer featuring more Harlock cutting through bad guys, more incredible space battles, more of Harlock's
The CG anime Captain Harlock movie has a new trailer out, and it's somehow even more phenomenally badass than the first two. I honestly don't know what I can say about this thing that I haven't said already, other than it may be the best scifi flick
but space pirates are probably the coolest...From Doctor Who 's captain in "The Pirate Planet" to Captain Harlock, space pirates just always rule...Please include pictures, or you may be forced to walk a space plank!
It turns out that the only sci fi flick we really need to be looking forward to is Toei's CG movie remake of the classic anime Space Pirate Captain Harlock , which just had its first English language trailer released. Sure, Harlock doesn't have the
Few companies made a larger splash at early June's Annecy Animation Festival than Japan's Toei Animation. A billboard proclaiming its flagship anime movie, 3D sci-fi adventure-fantasy "Space Pirate Captain Harlock," framed the fest's main Bonville
Multimedia Flowering early and felled by pancreatic cancer in 1994 at the age of 32, the comedian Bill Hicks stepped onto his first stage as an awkward 15-year-old with a Woody Allen fixation and an unstoppable ambition. Yet Paul Thomas and Matt
Soon, robots will milk cows in farms, say scientists. A team in Australia has developed a robotic rotary which it claims will automate most milking tasks, enabling the job to be performed as a background activity, without presence of a human operator.