Friday, December 2, 2016

...And that's why I'm not posting here anymore


http://www.cinemablend.com/news/1591290/why-who-framed-roger-rabbit-2-probably-wont-happen-according-to-robert-zemeckis

So there it is. Disney couldn't care less about Roger Rabbit, and definitively we won't see anything from him (and of course from Jessica) as long as the Sun still shines over our noggins.

Okay, I was done with Roger Rabbit before this, and now I'm totally done. Good luck Alex and Daniel: the blog is totally yours.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

The Roger Rabbit video game...An underrated classic?

Does the Who Framed Roger Rabbit video game deserve the reputation as one of the worst games in history or is it actually not that bad? One reviewer has taken a closer look at it and see if the hate is warranted.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Happy 28th Birthday Roger!

Yes, today is, in fact, the 28th anniversary of the release of Roger Rabbit! Of course we all know that it turned into a huge hit, and a minor problem caused the character to barely get used since. But we're here today to watch a few trailers for the film, and maybe a few ads too!










And a video from Channel Frederator:







Saturday, March 26, 2016

Cinema Sins did a video on Roger

Cinema Sins is a channel on Youtube that talks about flaws in movies. Usually they talk about both new releases and older films, and they recently did Roger Rabbit.




We do realize that taste is subjective, so we will admit that the film does have a few flaws. So enjoy, and don't take it hard!

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Roger's comic strip cameo.

A neat reference in the comic strip Mother Goose and Grimm just came to my attention. 

Monday, February 22, 2016

New Roger Rabbit show at Disneyland

It's been a while since Roger appeared at the park and he recently made a comeback during "AP days" where he did a little dance number and met and greeted guests. And even had a backdrop based on "Something's Cookin'". Watch the video below and head over to Inside the magic for more info and pictures from the event.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Rest in peace Joe Alaskey

Voiceactor Joe Alaskey has sadly passed away. Fans here might remember him for his role as Yosemite Sam in the scene where Eddie visits the Acme factory. Sam's regular voiceactor; Mel Blanc was unable to do it due to his age so Alaskey took over. He would later go on to voice more Looney Tunes characters in other films and series.
Cause of death was cancer. He was 63 years old. Thanks to Screenrant for the info.