A pet chicken named James rode around the living room on a Roomba robot vacuum without ruffling a single feather. According to his human, James somehow started the Roomba himself. I’m in the laundry and I hear the robot vacuum cleaner going which I found confusing as I was home alone! This is what I […]
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We’ve seen Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken take on DC superheroes a multiverse of times, including three separate specials, but The CW has finally earned itself a place as well. A new clip from Sunday’s outing sees both Arrow and The Flash going stop-motion for Robot Chicken, as well as a host of other sexy CW series. Continue reading…
“Godzilla vs. Jason Voorhees” is a stop-motion animated short by Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim show Robot Chicken where the unkillable Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th is shown taking on the classic movie monster known as Godzilla. Like you wouldn’t shell out FILTHY money to see this.
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The co-creator of Adult Swim's stop-motion satire discusses the show's third DC Comics special, the new season, and almost playing Nightcrawler.
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The multiverse plays a significant role in Robot Chicken DC Special 3: Magical Friendship, with Batman and Superman accidentally causing a dimensional collision, but it may not be too long before we start seeing it have an effect on live-action comic book movies and television shows as well.Click To Continue Reading
Seth Green and the rest of the "Robot Chicken" team talk "Robot Chicken DC Comics Special III: Magical Friendship," which debuts on Sunday.
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Magical friendships for Superman and Batman, as well as Superman and Lex Luthor -- wait, say what?!
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Magical Friendship debuts on October 18, and co-creator Seth Green and DC's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns are choosing favorites in a segment of the new DC All Access episode.
Breckin Meyer remains surprised DC allows the show to get away with so many jokes, while the series' producer and director share a never-to-air Joker skit.
Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard and Zeb Wells will write the hybrid live-action/stop-motion feature based on the hit video games and TV series.
Sony Pictures and Ubisoft have teamed up to bring the publisher’s noisy mascots to cinema. IGN reports the movie will be a hybrid live-action, stop-motion affair called The Rabbids. The script is being written by Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard and Zeb Wells – three of Robot Chicken’s writers. No timeframe was given for the project. […]
'Robot Chicken' trio Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard and Zeb Wells are re-teaming on the 'Rabbids' live-action/stop-motion hybrid movie.
Ubisoft’s Rabbids—terrifyingly impulsive and eccentric rabbit-like aliens that exist to cause nothing but havoc—have been around in the video game world for a while, initially popping up as enemies in Rayman games. However, their constant...Show More Summary