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The Songs of "Spellbound": Q&A with Producer Kevin Bannerman

22 April 2014 12:09 PM, PDT | Hollywonk | See recent Hollywonk news »

Spellbound, the animated test movie from Amazon Studios features five original songs. We asked producer Kevin Bannerman (Anastasia, Ice Age) about the role the songs played and how they shaped the film.

How do songs help shape a movie?

It helps shape the movie’s tone. They can often show screenwriters a side of the character that hasn’t been explored. With a lyricist, the characters can develop a sense of humor and personality through their songs.

What song is the most pivotal in the movie?

Each song is unique in its own way because each individual song has its own special reason for being. “New Breeze Blowing” is important because it takes the relationship between Lottie and Bastien to new heights (pun intended). But “The Road to Riches” is just as important for several reasons: it gives us an insight into Horace, it allows Lottie and Horace to have »

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13 April 2014 11:54 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

For those who don't check in enough, don't miss these highlights from the week. It was a slow week, I know, but next week will be madness: the Podcast returns, the Smackdown (finally), The Letter (1940) for "Best Shot" (join us!), a cool behind the scenes interview and more for Easter Week including the beginning of the Tribeca Film Festival.

• "Poor Ivy" Andrew on August: Osage County's Mvp

• April Showers wanna shower with young Josh Brolin? Patricia Arquette does

• Home on the Range Tim on the death of traditional animation

Decoding Annie Parker Samantha Morton is back

• Colin Firth has six movies out this year. 40+ before that; How many have you seen?

• 1963 Oscar Flashbacks to Tom Jones and Oscar night glamour

• TCM Festival Anne Marie & Diana hit the opening night premiere

...and the previous week's highlights »

- NATHANIEL R

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Ten years later: Home on the Range

10 April 2014 4:01 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Tim here, to celebrate, and by “celebrate”, I mean “lament” the ten-year anniversary this month of the film that more or less killed traditional animation at Disney. Back in April, 2004, all that anybody could talk about was anything else imaginable other than Home on the Range, a Western comedy feature the voices of Roseanne, Judi Dench, and Jennifer Tilly that during its opening weekend only managed to scrape itself up to the #4 spot at the box office. This was to be expected. Disney had already announced prior to the release of Brother Bear the previous fall that once they cleared out the pipeline, they’d be abandoning 2D animation forever, and given the quality of most of their work in the 2000s, nobody could really be terribly offended by that decision for any strong reason other than nostalgia. Let me put it this way: I, in 2004, was easily the biggest Disney lover I knew. »

- Tim Brayton

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Why Jesse Plemons Is The Only Choice For 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

13 March 2014 7:53 AM, PDT | MTV Movie News | See recent MTV Movie News news »

Rumors and possible casting choices for "Star Wars: Episode VII" have started to leak out, with no piece more important than who will be taking the lead in the new movie. And while we were able to report that five actors are possibilities for the lead good-guy Jedi, only one choice is the right choice: Jesse Plemons. Here's why: Home On The Range Plemons has shown an insane amount of range in his performances, from ...

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Fascinating Disney animated films that never were

3 March 2014 9:44 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Mark Harrison 5 Mar 2014 - 06:39

For every animated movie that gets made, there are dozens more that never make it. Mark looks at some failed Disney projects...

In the age of the internet, Hollywood studios are much quicker to announce the projects they have in development than they used to be. Now that the demand is there, there's a huge turnover of movie-related news every day, and if you follow it in any significant way, there are probably a whole bunch of projects that you've heard about, maybe even gotten excited about, that never came to fruition.

Still, it's not only via the easier availability of such information that we know about projects that never came to be. At a studio like Disney, projects will get as far as being fully developed in animatic form before falling apart, and the artefacts left behind from such abridged projects have made for some fascinating reading. »

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