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Academy Award-winning Hollywood heavyweights George Clooney ( Up In The Air ) and Meryl Streep ( It’s Complicated ) lend their voices to the hilarious, heartwarming and dazzling stop-motion animated adventure from visionary director Wes Anderson (
As children become more technologically adept and access new entertainment options, Hollywood is vying for their attention with movies exhibiting increasing levels of maturity and sophistication...Successfully creating a movie that appeals to this
Though they've yet to demand a giant trailer or fancy craft services, the puppets used in "Fantastic Mr. Fox" have all the hair and makeup needs of much taller stars. And that's where puppet groomer Deborah Cook and her case of custom-made tools come
House fires in Indiana and Michigan on Saturday killed 6 children as well as another person...In Indianapolis, a man trying to find a way out his burning home got trapped in its bathroom Saturday and could only listen in horror to the screams of two
Tariq, old buddy – which 10 films are going to be nominated for best picture this year?” “I’m working on my list, and will let you know as soon as it’s ready," I reply. "And tell Mrs. O'Reilly I said hello.” Okay, so maybe the “Factor” host hasn’t
As the credits of Fantastic Mr. Fox began to roll and the Bobby Fuller Fours Let Her Dance blared through the theater at a recent showing of the movie, a young girl leapt to her feet and joined the onscreen characters, dancing in the aisle.
As the credits of "Fantastic Mr. Fox" began to roll and the Bobby Fuller Four's "Let Her Dance" blared through the theatre at a recent showing of the movie, a young girl leapt to her feet and joined the on-screen characters, dancing in the aisle.
Animated movies came to life in a big way in 2009, with a diverse array of widely acclaimed ("Fantastic Mr. Fox," "Coraline," "Pon- yo") and commercially successful ("The Princess and the Frog," "A Christmas Carol," "Monsters vs...The field is so
When he won a prize at the National Board of Review this week, he did a stop-motion animation acceptance speech in the style of Fantastic Mr. Fox . It’s a very cute idea, but beyond that I love that in just this short clip he’s using those note-
But this year, unexpectedly, animation is becoming a hotly contested race. The biggest reason is “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” Wes Anderson ’s quirky adaptation of the Roald Dahl novel. The film, from 20th Century Fox and the producer Scott Rudin , is soaking