Monday, March 25, 2013

Roger Rabbit back at Disneyland!


Remember that post in which we speculated about Roger Rabbit being back at the Disney parks?

Well, speculate no more: HE IS INDEED BACK!!

Disney Echo shared a couple of pics in which the Roger Rabbit costumed character makes his comeback to Disneyland (click on the links for the pictures). It’s maybe for a limited time, but it’s nice to see good old Roger back again =)

Thursday, March 21, 2013

The Who Framed Roger Rabbit Bluray release

Daniel here.

I preordered the Blu-ray for Roger Rabbit in February, hoping for bigger things in store, not just the definition, but new things. I was hoping for everything to be sunnier in Toontown, hoping that with the movie back on store shelves, it would bring new fans. I still hope that.

But, there's some bits that you should know. If you want to know the special features besides the Hi-def versions of the three Roger Rabbit shorts, there's also the Before and After of Toontown feature, a thing explaining the Toon-stand ins, a commentary recorded years ago, and a few other things also from the 15th anniversary DVD set. Basically, the only difference is that it's in a better quality, the shorts were restored, and they put new menus and a loading screen with Roger's bowtie spinning.

And if you have both the 15th anniversary DVD set and the Blu-ray DVD pack, you basically have the same thing. The DVD for the Blu-ray is the first disc of the 15th anniversary set repackaged without the film reel look.

I have not lost faith in this set. Because of it I saw a few things I didn't notice before. Like, when Eddie Valiant is in the elevator, and it's speeding up, in one shot you can see an outline of The Road Runner, and a few seconds later you can see an outline of Wile E. Coyote.

With news of The Stooge, I hope they will do more with the characters of Roger and Jessica. But right now, it looks a little bit lessened.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

“The Return of Roger Rabbit” on MousePlanet


If you’re a hardcore Roger Rabbit fan like us, maybe you’d like to read this excellent article from Jim Korkis at MousePlanet. He give us all the info we know about the 25th. Anniversary of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, the gossips about the proposed sequels (Robert Zemeckis and Gary Wolf’s ones) and the troubled life or a rabbit which only purpose in life is making people laugh.

But he also interviews Gary Wolf about the motivation to write a new novel involving the wacky rabbit and his friends, the proposal for “The Stooge” and how he sees Roger Rabbit in his own mind. It’s definitively worth a read, so you can’t miss this article if you love good old Roger or if you want to know a little more about the man behind the rabbit =)

Monday, March 18, 2013


Toonbusters by ~Itchyscratchy on deviantART

I really loved this great piece of art, and if you ask me I didn’t see this coming… But it actually works =)

Great job, Alex!! =3

Friday, March 15, 2013

Roger Rabbit back at Easter on Disneyland


Facebook fan page Characters Photos Blog recently published some interesting news: if those are true and not only rumors, then the Roger Rabbit costumed character will be back at Disneyland for the upcoming Easter season, along with his friends Br’er Rabbit (from Song of the South and Splash Mountain) and Mr. Easter Bunny himself. Also, he will be part of the “Happiness is Here Parade” on Tokyo Disneyland for the park’s 30th. anniversary. There is a slight chance he travels to Disneyland Paris too.

Let’s wait for a confirmation from official sources, but let’s hope for the best too =3

P.S. Thanks to for the info =D

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Random Roger Rabbit news – Part Deux

Well, we can expect several new interviews with Charles Fleischer, Gary Wolf or any other person related to Roger Rabbit in the following days. Meanwhile, I’ll bring you the newest ones:

Stay tooned for more news and interesting articles!! =3

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Random Roger Rabbit news

Have you already got your Blu-ray copy of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit – 25th. Anniversary Edition” which was released yesterday? Not yet? Then you’d love to read the following links before going to your nearest store:

And in the least interesting history of the bunch… YES. I’M BACK =3

The Stooge poster

Gary Wolf has posted the poster art for The Stooge. Splendid, simply splendid! Digging that old-school painted look.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Charles Fleischer interviewed again.

In celebration of the film's 25th anniversary, NBC interviewed our old pal Charles Fleischer. So hurry over and check it out folks. 

Thanks again to Bunnyfriend for the heads up

Friday, March 8, 2013

Fleischer not sure about The Stooge

Charles Fleischer was interviewed by regarding "The Stooge", where he goes on to say it could be just a rumor.

But don't throw yerselves in the Dip yet kiddies, from the looks of things it seem he's just speculating. Based on what I've read so far the project is in it's very early stages, so there probably hasn't been any need to contact any voiceactors yet. So hold in there until we get more news on this. Keep your fingers and ears crossed and hope Gary Wolf can get Roger back in action again.

Thanks again to Bunnyfriend for the heads up.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

The Dvd shelf movie reviews: Roger Rabbit

An in-depth review of our favorite film has been posted over at The Agony Booth. And this must be one of the best ones I've seen so far. In addition to expressing his love for the film, David Rose also go on to tell us about the making of it in great detail. A very enthusiastic video made by someone with great admiration for the film.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Roger Rabbit Cast reunion.

The Academy of Motion Picture Art and Science isn't letting the 25th anniversary of Who Framed Roger Rabbit go on unnoticed. They have a special celebration planned with the people behind the film. Check it out for yourselves over at Animation Magazine:

Academy Plans ‘Roger Rabbit’s’ 25th Anniversary Reunion

Thanks to our old pal Bunnyfriend for the news.