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Given "G" Rating by MPAA
Earlier this year, Disney (which is distributing Monsters, Inc.) moved the release date for Monsters, Inc. up to November 2 in order to avoid going head to head with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Pixar is encouraged by early screenings of Monsters, Inc. which has received higher scores than the mega-successful Toy Story 2 when it test screened.
The only "G" rated movie released over the summer was Disney's live action The Princess Diaries which will cross the $100 million mark this weekend to become one of the most successful films of the summer, beating out other high profile movies like A.I.
to Premiere in London
The movie, which is
just over two hours in length, has received a PG rating by the Motion
Picture Association of America. It opens in the U.S. on November 16, 2001.
Blood: The Last
Vampire Coming to DVD
Preorders for Blood:
The Last Empire are now being accepted. For details, click
News Link of the
Day - The Cat That Got The Cream For Devon Animation Company
"A brand new children's animation series has just hit our television screens and it has been made by a Devon company. Honeycomb productions, based at Cullompton, created the new programme for the BBC.
'Binka' is the tale
of a cat, a very large cat. He's been brought to life using the labour
intensive technique of animation, in a small studio in Cullompton..."
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