Anastasia is the very first cartoon movie produced by the 20th Century Fox, known to have also distributed, later, Titanic and some other big successes.
Produced in 1997, the movie hitted the theaters in November of 1997.
The history of the cartoon is inspired by the born legend authors of the elimination of Romanov during the Russian Revolution : A rumour circulates in Russia, claiming that Anastasia has survived.
The movie thus redraws the route of the girl of Empress Marie, young orphan in search of her identity. She is helped by Dimitri, who sees at first in her only an interest to grow rich by receiving the ransom of the Empress, and Vlad, the young heiress will travel of St Petersbourg in Paris to discover whom she truley is..
There are no sequels are planned to this day, but a spin-off (DTV Sequel) have been released, as Bartok as the main character.
Ginga Source is opened!
I'm happy to announce the first anime-related page on Animation Source.
Ginga Source is now open! Ginga Source is a site dedicated to two animal-centered anime series, Ginga Nagareboshi Gin and Ginga Densetsu Weed.
I want to thank Miahii, Eska and Saske Italian Wolf - great builders who made Ginga Source possible!
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Anastasia musical planned for May 2016!
There were rumors of this happening years ago, but it's been confirmed : a musical inspired from the Don Bluth animated film "Anastasia" is planned!
It's been announced that it will premiere at Hartford Stage in Connecticut in May 2016 and run for a month.
I hope this means we'll get new versions of famous songs like "Journey to the Past"!
More information here : http://fr.eonline.com/news/650393/anastasia-musical-is-in-the-works-get-the-details[...]
Ratchet & Clank - In Theatres, 2016!
Ratchet & Clank, the upcoming animated feature based on the hit PlayStation video game franchise, has been confirmed by the official PlayStation Blog that it will be releasing in US theatres on April 29, 2016. Universal Pictures subsidiary Focus Features (who are known for distributing Laika’s stop-motion films, and Shane Acker’s 9) have picked up the rights to distribute in the United States.
Along with a confirmed release date, a number of famous actors have been announced to provide voiceovers in the movie, including Paul Giamatti, John Goodman, Bella Thorne, [...]
Rule Reminder -Comments-
It has come to the moderators attention that there have been some comments, either on the shoutbox or scattered around the site, that are not following the rules and are even inappropriate in a few cases. This is a reminder that bringing up, creating or continuing to make these comments (semi-sexual and spammish), or creating drama (whether on purpose or by accident) is not allowed anywhere on the sources, shoutboxes included. Personal problems, as well as anything related to a relationship with another member should be taken, discussed, and kept to private messages. [...]
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Music player updated
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NIMH News - fan works!
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Ice Age Source now live!
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A New Layout for HTTYDS!
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Introducing Site Boosters!
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