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An unfinished trailer for Ted 2 has leaked online, giving us an early look at the Seth MacFarlane-directed comedy sequel, complete with unrendered CGI and puppetry; check it out here, before it gets taken down…
Ted 2 will see MacFarlane retuning as the voice of the titular bear alongside Mark Wahlberg as John Bennett, while Sam Jones (Flash Gordon) will once again cameo. Joining the cast are A Million Ways to Die in the West stars Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson, in addition to Morgan Freeman (Now You See Me), Patrick Warburton (Family Guy), Dennis Haysbert (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: The Next Generation) and David Hasselhoff (Baywatch).
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- Gary Collinson
Shortly after revealing details on Game of Thrones, Telltale Games has changed gears to focus on another of the studio’s episodic titles currently brewing in development: Tales from the Borderlands.
Inspired by Gearbox Software’s wonderfully meta franchise, the series was initially revealed late last year and since then, we’ve gradually learned more about Telltale’s space-faring adventure, after details on the game’s rather eye-catching voice cast emerged. Now, though, the studio has revealed the first footage for Tales from the Borderlands, which hints at the vault hunting storyline that will underpin Telltale’s new franchise.
Maintaining the gleefully violent nature from its galactic forebearers, the trailer also reveals some of the leading stars of the upcoming series, which is to take place on Pandora after the events of Borderlands 2. Here’s a round-up of the voice actors:
Troy Baker (Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, The Last »
- Michael Briers
Telltale Games is a busy studio. While hard at work on a Game of Thrones title, the game developer is also taking on a much more light-hearted franchise-Borderlands. The company is putting its story-first gameplay mentality to good use in Tales from the Borderlands, the latest entry in the franchise created by Gearbox Software. The series is already known for its irreverent humor and impossibly high number of firearms, but Telltale is taking the shooting franchise in a more narratively focused direction. Set after Borderlands 2, Tales puts players in control of Rhys (voiced by Troy Baker) and Fiona (voiced by »
- Jonathon Dornbush
Maslow will portray a loner seeking redemption from his past and searching for his sister’s killer who finds himself entangled in a game of seduction and revenge on the Los Angeles underground electronic dance music circuit. The screenplay is written by Gregory Ramon Anderson, Rashad El Amin, Hannah Macpherson and Joshua Michael Stern.
Maslow was a finalist on Season 18 of ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” and stars alongside Jesse Bradford and Patrick Warburton in the Sony Crackle series “Sequestered.” He is currently in production on “Seeds of Yesterday,” the fourth installment in the “Dollanganger” series for Lifetime.
Maslow is repped by CAA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners. »
- Dave McNary
Smit-McPhee plays an emotionally troubled boy whose connections with a mysterious kid (Ross) and a fellow patient of his shrink’s (Fuhrman) help him wrestle with the death of his father.
The story follows around two jaded crusaders who wander east, »
- Garth Franklin
Yep, there's a CG animated movie coming out called Animal Crackers, which is based on the classic kids snack food. I think it hilarious that Hollywood is now moving in the direction of adapting food into movies. I think the Peeps feature was the last one to be announced.
Animal Crackers will feature the voices of Sylvester Stallone, Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito, Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, Raven-Symoné, and Harvey Fierstein. This is the synopsis that was released:
Animal Crackers follows a family whose life is turned upside down when they inherit a rundown circus and a mysterious box of Animal Crackers, which magically change the person who eats them into the animal they have eaten — including monkeys, giraffes, lions, tigers and bears.
I guess that's the way to go for a movie like this. I guess there's a chance it could be a fun flick to watch. The project is »
- Joey Paur
The movie will centre around a family that inherits a run-down circus and a box of old Animal Crackers.
They discover that the snacks can transform them into different animals.
"When I was writing Animal Crackers I had specific voices in my head," said Sava. "Certain characters I wrote with actors in mind.
War on Everyone
Garrett Hedlund and Michael Pena are attached to star in "The Guard" and "Calvary" director John Michael McDonagh's black comedy "War on Everyone" at Bankside Films. Filming begins in New Mexico in March 2015.
The story follows two corrupt cops in New Mexico who frequently blackmail criminals. They run into trouble when they take on an outlaw more dangerous than they are. Chris Clark and Flora Fernandez Marengo will produce. [Source: Screen]
Rapaceplays a CIA interrogator who unwittingly gives info to terrorists and must race against the clock to stop their biological warfare attach on London. Peter O’Brien penned the script and filming began this week. [Source: Deadline]
- Garth Franklin
Here's a recording session we'd like to sit in on: animated family adventure Animal Crackers has just announced its voice cast, and top of the pile is an unlikely team comprising Sir Ian McKellen, Sylvester Stallone and Danny DeVito. Animators Scott Christian Sava and Tony Bancroft will direct the madness, from a screenplay by Sava and Dean Lorey (Arrested Development).Harvey Fierstein, Patrick Warburton, Tara Strong, Lydia Taylor, Gilbert Gottfried and Arnold Taylor make up much of the rest of the vocal roster. The story involves a family who inherit a rundown circus and are transformed into animals when they tuck into a magic box of the titular biscuits.Stallone working alongside McKellen sounds as good as, if not better than, when he co-starred with Woody Allen in Antz back in 1998. “When I was writing Animal Crackers I had specific voices in my head," says Sava. "Certain characters I wrote with actors in mind. »
Blue Dream Studios announced today that its new animated movie Animal Crackers will feature a voice cast including Sylvester Stallone, Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito, Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, Raven-Symoné, Harvey Fierstein, James Arnold Taylor, Tara Strong and Lydia Taylor.
Tony Bancroft and Scott Christian Sava will direct from a script co-written by Sava and Dean Lorey. The story centers on a family whose lives are turned upside down when they inherit a circus along with a mysterious box of Animal Crackers. They soon realize that the person is changed into whatever animal they eat, including monkeys, giraffes, lions, tigers and bears.
If you believe that snacks on the whole don’t encompass more of the creative human experience, then fear not, because Blue Dream Studios and Storyoscopic Films are producing an animated version of Animal Crackers! Directing the children’s flick are Scott Christian Sava and Tony Bancroft, based on a script co-written by Sava and Dean Lorey.
Deep in production, the film “follows a family whose life is turned upside down when they inherit a rundown circus and a mysterious box of Animal Crackers, which magically change the person who eats them into the animal they have eaten — including monkeys, giraffes, lions, tigers and bears.”
It’s a cute idea that’d be even cuter if it wasn’t such a blatant merchandising tie-in. However, cynicism aside, with a very impressive list of actors providing the vocal stylings for that array of beasties – it could be quite good fun. Already »
- Gem Seddon
Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito, and Sylvester Stallone will lend their voices to Animal Crackers, EW has confirmed. Scott Christian Sava and Dean Lorey wrote the script for the film, which Sava and Tony Bancroft will direct. The story follows a family that inherits a rundown circus and a mysterious box of animal crackers. The crackers turn the people into the animals they eat, including lions, and tigers, and bears—oh my. Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, Raven Symone, Harvey Fierstein, James Arnold Taylor, Tara Strong, and Lydia Taylor round out the voice cast. Sava is producing through his Blue Dream Studios »
- C. Molly Smith
Forget the reveal of the new Star Wars title and forget the news of a fourth Toy Story movie - today we celebrate something bigger. We celebrate finding out about a movie called Animal Crackers (not the great Marx Bros. feature), an animated tale about a mysterious box of Animal Crackers! Now before you get on the phone and text all your friends, wait until you hear who is voicing this masterpiece. Sir Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito, Sylvester Stallone, Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, »
- Graham McMorrow
Animated feature Animal Crackers has added some heavyweights to its voice cast. Sir Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito, and Sylvester Stallone will lend their voices to the Blue Dream Studios film about a family whose life is turned upside down when they inherit a rundown circus and a mysterious box of Animal Crackers that turn the person who eats them into the animal they’ve just snacked on. Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, Raven-Symoné, Harvey Fierstein, James Arnold Taylor, Tara Strong, and newcomer Lydia Taylor round out the line-up for co-directors Scott Christian Sava and Tony Bancroft. Sava and Dean Lorey are co-writers; Sava is also producing with George Lee and Marcus Englefield from Storyoscopic Films, Jamie Thomason, and Leiming Guan. Odins Eye Entertainment is repping international sales.
- Jen Yamato
Who even knew the animated movie Animal Crackers existed? However, now that it’s been announced that Sir Ian McKellen, Danny DeVito, Sylvester Stallone, Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, Raven-Symoné and Harvey Fierstein are all part of the voice cast, that’ll likely change big time. Then again, a movie about a magical box of animal crackers that turns people into the animal they eat may be a tough sell. Hit the jump for more on the Animal Crackers casting announcement and to check out the first poster for the film as well. It doesn’t have a release date just yet, but is expected to be completed in the summer of 2016. Animal Crackers also features the voices of James Arnold Taylor, Tara Strong and Lydia Taylor. This one comes from Scott Christian Sava and Blue Dream Studios. Here’s what Sava had to say about his voice cast: "When I »
- Perri Nemiroff
Blue Dream is producing with Beijing Wen Hua Dongrun Investment Co. and China Film Co. Odin’s Eye Entertainment is handling international sales at Afm.
The film is about a family whose life is turned upside-down when they inherit a rundown circus and a mysterious box of animal crackers, which magically change the person who eats them into animals. Sava is co-directing with Tony Bancroft (“Mulan”) from a script he co-wrote with Dean Lorey.
Production has launched on the film, set to be completed in the summer of 2016.
- Dave McNary
Sylvester Stallone, Danny DeVito and Ian McKellen will lend their distinctive voices to the animated feature “Animal Crackers,” it was announced Thursday by Blue Dream Studios. The voice cast also includes Patrick Warburton, Gilbert Gottfried, Raven-Symoné, Harvey Fierstein, James Arnold Taylor, Tara Strong and Lydia Taylor. Scott Christian Sava and Tony Bancroft will co-direct from a script Sava wrote with Dean Lorey. “Animal Crackers” follows a family whose life is turned upside down when they inherit a rundown circus and a mysterious box of Animal Crackers, which magically change the person who eats them into the animal they have eaten — including monkeys, »
- Jeff Sneider
Out of Afm we're getting some more info on a new movie we glimpsed by poster a few months back called Playing It Cool. We already knew it featured Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan, but now we have an expanded cast list and it's a doozy. Via an announcement that the picture was picked Vertical Entertainment we have an official cast list that includes Martin Starr, Aubrey Plaza, Patrick Warburton, Topher Grace, Luke Wilson, Anthony Mackie, Ioan Gruffudd, and Philip Baker Hall. We previously reported on some of this casting over two years ago when the picture was still called A Many Splintered Thing, but titles, like all things, change. The film was directed by Justin Reardon and written by Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair. Hit the jump for more on Playing It Cool and to check out the trailer, which we missed a few months back but are putting »
- Evan Dickson
Vertical Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Justin Reardon.s Playing It Cool (formerly A Many Splintered Thing), which stars Chris Evans, Michelle Monaghan, Martin Starr, Aubrey Plaza, Patrick Warburton, Topher Grace, Luke Wilson, Anthony Mackie, Ioan Gruffudd, and Philip Baker Hall. The deal was announced by the company.s Co-President.s Rich Goldberg and Mitch Budin, who plan to release the film in theaters in the first quarter of 2015. »
Formerly known as A Many Splintered Thing, the film will open theatrically in the first quarter of 2015 and also stars Patrick Warburton, Topher Grace, Luke Wilson, Anthony Mackie, Ioan Gruffudd, and Philip Baker Hall.
Playing It Cool follows an imaginative young man who meets the (engaged) woman of his dreams at a dinner where he pretends to be a philanthropist and resolves to win her heart. Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair wrote the screenplay.
“We are looking forward to working with Chris Evans and the rest of the cast for the Us release of Playing It Cool,” said Vertical co-president Mitch Budin. “We think audiences will appreciate the unique storytelling and the honest intimacy »
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
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