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New ‘Axe Cop’ Trailer: ‘Breaking Bad’s Giancarlo Esposito is “Army Chihuahua,” and More!

Axe Cop Trailer FOX
FOX

Earlier today we caught a glimpse of FOX's major new fall offerings, but those weren't the only trailers on display the the recent Upfront presentation! FOX Animation Domination HD's Nick Offerman-voiced 'Axe Cop' will chop his way onto TV screens beginning July 27, and we've got a brand new trailer featuring the voice talents of 'Breaking Bad' and 'Revolution' star Giancarlo Esposito! Preview 'Axe Cop's TV debut inside!

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Charlie Brown Hitting the Big Screen For a ‘Peanuts’ Movie

'Peanuts' movie
ArcaMax

Though Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang are turning 62 this November 25, it's 2015's celebration that 'Peanuts' fans should anticipate. Peanuts Worldwide, the joint venture of Charles M. Schultz Creative Associates and Iconix Brand Group, Inc., is planning to bring these beloved characters to the big screen in a feature film event a couple years from now.

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‘Frankenweenie’ Character Posters Are Scary Good

Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Pictures

This is a huge year for fans of stop-motion animation. Not only is the medium alive and well, it's been kicking major butt with studios and proving to critics that you don't need fancy CGI and 500 new software patents to make a killer animated movie. 'Frankenweenie' will be the 3rd stop-motion flick to be released this year, and these new character posters and descriptions give us a hint of the madness we can expect when it hits theaters.

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Universal Tries Again With ‘The Cat In The Hat’

Universal Pictures
Universal Pictures

The Dr. Seuss children's books not only taught kids of many generations how to properly count or name colors of the rainbow but taught us how to love and care for others. Easily one of the biggest characters to leap out of the pages and onto the big screen is 'The Cat in the Hat.' The iconic character was brought into theaters in 2003 by Universal Pictures in a live-action feature that did anything but amaze box office and audience-wise. But now, Universal is looking to try again.

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‘Community’ Goes Animated With Three New Online Shorts

Community - Abed's Master Key
NBC

Am I the only one who would totally watch 'Community' as an animated series?  It was incredible enough for the NBC comedy to go stop-motion for 2010's "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas," but somehow those crazy cats and Greendale human beings seem perfectly apt to make the leap to artists' imaginations.

Hot off the heels of their 2012 PaleyFest panel, 'Community' has announced that it will air on Hulu and NBC.com three animated shorts that make up one story entitled "Abed's Master Key," in anticipation of the show's glorious March 15 return to the airwaves. 

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