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- October 26, 2001
Opens Next Friday
Pixar stock started the year at $30 a share and despite the economic downturn and world events, it is currently trading at $40 a share as investors react to positive early reaction from analysts who have seen the movie.
Digital Media FX will
begin extensive coverage of Monsters, Inc. starting next Tuesday.
Chuck Jones Timber
Wolf Flash Series
"The show introduces us to Thomas T. Wolf, a character who sees the world as his oyster, despite being cursed with trees falling on him whenever he says his middle name, 'Timber.' As much as Thomas yearns for a peaceful life of leisure, nothing is as easy as he thinks it should be. While the series is centered around Thomas, there are many other creatures that inhabit the woods in Thomas' world. Of course none so great, refined or noble as Thomas -- at least in his opinion."
Jones is noted for his work on past classic Looney Toon cartoon series and is responsible for helping to bring famous characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and Porky Pig to life.
There's a new episode in the series that is uploaded every Monday. Besides Jones, the following people were also involved in the series:
Stephen Fossati (executive
producer, supervising director, co-writer)
Click here to go to the Warner Bros. Timber Wolf site.
(Note: this story was a result of an alert reader who took the time to email the news tip to Digital Media FX. If you have an animation news tip, please email it to email@example.com).
News Link of the
Day - Waking Life is 'My Dinner with Andre' on Acid
"For a movie heralded as the cutting edge of visual innovation, "Waking Life" is disappointingly dull in every other respect.
It's a tricky movie
to describe. Think of "My Dinner With Andre" on acid. Then convert
the photos to rudimentary drawings amassed in a flip book -- except you
have sticky fingers that cause the images to jump around rather than flow
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