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    Guillermo del Toro Talks Animated Ode to Mexico 'Book of Life' (NEW TRAILER)

    The Mexico of new animated Halloween film "The Book of Life," producer Guillermo Del Toro promised, "is not just as folklore memory. It's punk, scat, rock 'n roll modernity. It's a colorful and playful celebration of the life of all those who came before us."

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    Studio Ghibli Speaks Up About Future Plans: Will We See More from Miyazaki? (UPDATED)

    Studio Ghibli producer, manager and erstwhile president Toshio Suzuki, who brought Hayao Miyazaki out of obscurity and into the light in the 1980s, has spoken up about what the upcoming changes at the animation house really mean. And we may be seeing more from Miyazaki.

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    Are Studio Ghibli's Days Numbered? Say It Ain't So

    It seems impossible to think that one of the world's most beloved animation studios might shut its doors and stop making films, but that's what one Japanese news site says might happen to Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli.

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    Women in Animation Rolls Out Mentorship Program

    Seeking applicants now!

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    BBC Works Around the Gender Problem of Reboots By Turning Some Male Characters Female

    A reboot of the "Danger Mouse" cartoon will feature more female characters than the original series.

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    PREVIEW: Pixar's 'Inside Out'

    Thursday night at the Directors Guild, Pixar provided the same sneak peek of Pete Docter's "Inside Out" that was presented at the Annecy festival last week, except we were also treated to the first screening of the short that will play in front of it (next year to the day): the lovely Hawaiian-theme...

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    DreamWorks Animation Acquires Classic Toon 'Felix the Cat'

    The problem is that publicly-held DreamWorks Animation's fortunes rise and fall with each individual release. When "Mr. Peabody" disappoints overseas, the company takes a $57-million write-down. So under pressure to diversify in order to improve DreamWorks Animation's financial performance, Katzenbe...

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    French Animated Pic 'Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart' to Get North American English-Language Release

    When it comes to animated films, most people here in the U.S. think of the big names: Pixar, Disney, DreamWorks, Blue Sky, perhaps Japan's Studio Ghibli. The great films being made abroad either don't come to the states, or they don't get much play because they're not in English.

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    Lauren Faust to Direct Animated Comedy About Medusa

    It looks like Maleficent has paved the way for Medusa.

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    Pixar to Release Its Second Movie With a Female Protagonist Next Year

    Slated for a summer 2015 release, "Inside Out" will focus on an 11-year-old girl's painful move from the Midwest to San Francisco and the emotions -- voiced by Amy Poehler and Mindy Kaling, among others -- provoked by the life change.

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