Did you know Dr. Seuss penned a lesser-known book of nudes? Or about his advertising work? (Hopefully you’re not at work today.) Related posts: Quite the Crossover Artist Before Dr. Seuss penned the Lorax who spoke for the... More Steve Jobs In 1985, Steve Jobs was interviewed for Playboy. Show More Summary
Nathan Shields, a master of the art of the pancake, celebrated the 109th birthday of Theodor Geisel. Whenever Mr. Shields has pancake fun, so do his kids. At the link, you can view one of them eating a Lorax pancake. Link
After the rage-inducing financial success of The Lorax, Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures is apparently on a mission to ensure that Dr. Seuss' most popular books all know the touch of CG. The next Seussian project on their slate is another remake of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Mr. Grinch's expression up there says it all. More »
Illumination Entertainment (The Lorax) is developing a computer-animated remake of the Dr. Seuss holiday classic 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas'.
After teaming up to bring Dr. Seuss' tales such as The Lorax and Horton Hears a Who to the big screen, Universal Pictures and Illuminaton Entertainment are teaming up again to animate one of the authors rhyming stories. However, this time will mark the first collaboration adapting a book that has already seen two different versions made. Show More Summary
Following the success of last year's The Lorax, Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment are making plans to adapt another classic Dr. Seuss tale. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that an animated version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas! is in the works with newcomer Peter Candeland directing. First published in 1957, the Dr. Show More Summary
(SANTA MONICA, CA & TOKYO, JAPAN) September 5th, 2012 -Illumination Entertainment, creators of Universal Pictures’ Despicable Me and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, and Fuji Television, Japan’s leading broadcast television network and film production company, today announced a strategic alliance in Japan. Show More Summary
It looks like a handful of select apps have outed Mountain View's Labor day plans: Google Play's End of Summer Sale. SwiftKey 3, The Lorax -- Dr. Seuss, Square Enix's Crystal Defenders, and other apps are now brandishing deep discounts, almost uniformly attributing the savings to the End of Summer Sale. Show More Summary
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Before Dr. Seuss penned the Lorax who spoke for the trees, he drew ads for Standard Oil, General Electric, and a host of other large corporations who spoke for a considerably different constituency. This great collection of advertising artwork from Theodore Seuss Geisel courtesy of the Mandeville Special Collections Library at the University of California, San Diego. [...]Show More Summary
Who is John Galt? The Lorax knows, from College Humor. Remembering Gore Vidal with his Ali G. interview. This world map of money would look good on your wall. What are we going to do about the ozone layer, from The Onion. Barack Obama tries out some new Olympics material at an open mic. [...]
We'll choose 10 winners! Enter by August 31st. Enter to win 1 of 10 of The Lorax blu ray combo packs! Valued at $34.98 each. From the Creators of 'Despicable Me' and the imagination of Dr. Seuss comes "Dr. Seuss' THE LORAX" on Blu-ray and DVD August 7. Show More Summary
CDBS has been tweaked to accept pleadings relating to applications. Dr. Seuss fans know that the Lorax speaks for the trees. And in that capacity, the Lorax is likely saying “thanks” to the Media Bureau. That’s because the Bureau has...Show More Summary
Having enjoyed quite a bit of success with their recent adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, Illumination Entertainment and Universal are re-teaming to bring another beloved childhood figure to the big screen. The companies have just hired Matt Lopez (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) to pen a live-action/animation hybrid feature centered around Clifford, the big red dog. [...]
We’ve been napping on the Efron job, it seems — between Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax, and Nicholas Sparks’ The Lucky One, he’s been out and about a surprising amount lately. I do find myself wishing those projects would borrow from each other a little, though. Can you imagine if it was Nicholas Seuss’s The Lucky Read More...
Zac Efron, 24, broke into the world of acting, and the hearts of many young girls, when he starred in the popular High School Musical, as well as acting in Charlie St. Cloud and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, hates being called a heartthrob. He appeared on CBS’ Sunday Morning, and declared that: “I can’t explain to you what it’s like [...]Show More Summary
Frank Segers "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" finishes No. 3; "Pirates! Band of Misfits" debuts an animated No. 4. read more
PETA was sad to learn that a statue of the Lorax, Dr. Seuss' emblematic character from the eco-centric tale of the same name, was stolen from his widow's California yard. To help ease her pain, the animal rights' group has just offered Audrey Geisel use of their "crippled chicken statue," which they hope she'll display in the meantime. [ more › ]
SAN DIEGO (AP).- They took the Lorax, made of bronze, the thieves they came, and now he's gone. A 2-foot statue of Dr. Seuss' Lorax character was stolen from the San Diego backyard garden of the 90-year-old widow of the beloved author whose real name was Theodore Geisel. Show More Summary