"Piney: The Lonesome Pine" is a terrific 26-minute animated special that is currently looking for U.S. distribution. It's also in the hunt for this year's Best Animated Short Film Oscar. Directors Todd Edwards ("Hoodwinked!") and Timothy Hooten adapt a beloved book into this CG short perfect for the holiday season.
I join JT The Brick on his popular sports radio show to talk "The Irishman", "Doctor Sleep", "Midway", "Joker" and "Downton Abbey". We also preview awards season and the big movies opening in the rest of the 2019.
Netflix has a major awards season contender on their hands with "I Lost My Body". The French animated feature that debuted to rave reviews at Cannes and Annecy this summer is getting an English-language version that opens in select theaters Nov. 15 and streams on Netflix Nov. 29. Co-writer and director Jeremy Clapin discusses his innovative, moving film.
Longtime animator Sergio Pablos ("Hercules", "Tarzan") makes his directorial debut with passion project "Klaus". It's a new animated holiday film now in select theaters and on Netflix Nov. 15. Pablos shares his vision of this new spin on the Santa story - and how he originated the "Despicable Me" universe.
"Blue's Clues" is back! One of the original show's creators, Traci Paige Johnson, also returns for the re-vamped "Blue's Clues and You", premiering Nov. 11 at 1pmET on Nickelodeon. She reveals everything you ever wanted to know about the iconic program and its new incarnation.
Wayne Brady, of "Let's Make a Deal" and "Whose Line is it Anyway?", is back at Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady this Saturday night. He talks about his improv show, meeting Al Pacino, and his new role on The CW's hit series 'Black Lightning'.
Amos Sussigan is the director, and Dan Lund is the co-writer, of the Oscar-qualified animated short film 'Coaster'. Sussigan also shares details on two of his upcoming projects: the Netflix 'Green Eggs and Ham' series and 'Space Jam 2'.
IMDb is getting into original, scripted programming. Their first series is the short-form, animated "You're Not a Monster". The first four episodes are now streaming, and the entire season will be available on October 16. Four-time Emmy winning "Colbert Report" writer Frank Lesser is the creator and director, bringing fellow Emmy winners Kelsey Grammer and Eric Stonestreet together in the voice booth for this unique comedy.