Amazing Spider–Man 2 webs 92 million; DreamWorks expands library with DreamWorks TV; Disney Channel logo makeover to coincide with the premiere of Girl Meets World

 

 

Spider-Man strikes twice! I’m Realistic Fish Head. With the arrival of summer movie season, the web slinger got an 90 million head start on Friday to make sure the streets were safe. But now Spidey’s life is in danger as well as Peter Parker’s as Rhino and Electro plot to take him down! Will Spidey manage to outplay those scenarios Gene?

 

Gene:

 

Sony’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 started the summer movie season with an estimated $92.0 million debut this weekend. The expensive second film in Sony’s re-launched Spider-Man franchise opened towards the lower end of pre-release expectations. While The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was off to a solid start this weekend, the start was also relativity soft compared to other superhero films in recent years that have kicked off the summer movie season during the first week of May; the most recent of which, Iron Man 3, having opened with $174.14 million last May.

Comparing The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man is a bit tricky since that film opened on a Tuesday, but The Amazing Spider-Man 2 did debut in the same neighborhood as recent superhero films Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 debuted 7 percent stronger than the $85.74 million launch of The Dark World this past November and 3 percent below the $95.02 million start of The Winter Solider last month. Without adjusting for ticket price inflation, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 delivered the 14th largest opening weekend ever for the month of May.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opened with $35.5 million on Friday (which included an estimated $8.7 million from evening shows on Thursday), was down just 7 percent on Saturday to take in $33.1 million and is estimated to decline 29 percent on Sunday to gross $23.4 million. That gives the film an estimated opening weekend to Friday ratio of 2.59 to 1. Initial holding power for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was helped out by the film skewing a bit more towards family audiences and a bit less towards fan-driven audiences than is usual for a comic book based film on opening weekend.

Family audiences made up 33 percent of the film’s overall audience this weekend, while the non-family audience breakdown for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 skewed towards male moviegoers (61 percent) and slightly towards moviegoers under the age of 25 (51 percent). With a solid B+ rating on CinemaScore, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 also appears to be going over a bit better with moviegoers than it has with critics.  With that said, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will face major direct competition later in the month from both Warner’s Godzilla and Fox’s X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Fox’s The Other Woman continued its strong performance this weekend with a second place estimated take of $14.2 million. The modestly budgeted comedy starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton was down 43 percent, which represented a solid second weekend hold. With a stronger than expected ten-day start of $47.35 million, The Other Woman is running 17 percent ahead of the $40.34 million ten-day take of 2008’s What Happens in Vegas (which fell 31 percent in its second weekend to gross $13.88 million). Clearly, The Other Woman is successfully serving as an alternative choice to the summer’s early blockbuster fare, but the film will soon face more direct competition of its own when Universal releases Neighbors on Friday.

Heaven is for Real claimed third place with an estimated $8.7 million for the frame. Sony’s break-out faith-based drama was down 39 percent from last weekend, as it continued to hold up well. Like The Other Woman, Heaven is for Real will also hope to continue to serve as an alternative for moviegoers not in the mood for early summer blockbuster fare. Heaven is for Real continues to distance itself from expectations with a very strong $65.60 million through 19 days of release.

Disney’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier placed in fourth with an estimated $7.76 million. The blockbuster superhero sequel was down 52 percent from last weekend, as it understandably took a significant hit from the arrival of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in the marketplace. In the bigger picture, Captain America: The Winter Soldier continues to impress in a big way with a 31-day take of $237.14 million. That leaves the film just $12.86 million away from clearing the $250 million domestic mark.

Fox’s Rio 2 rounded out the weekend’s top five with an estimated $7.6 million and in the process surpassed the $100 million domestic milestone this weekend. The computer animated film from Blue Sky Studios was down 45 percent from last weekend, as it also took a significant hit from The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Rio 2 has grossed $106.47 million through 24 days of release and will hope to re-stabilize next weekend.

 

 

To recap, The Amazing Spidey, slings himself into 1st, The Other Woman who took Captain America by surprise moves 2nd, Cap moves 3rd after last week surprise, Heaven for Real is sprits high in 4th, and Rio 2 drops 5th as it falls right into Spidey’s web.

 

On March 27th we kept tabs on DreamWorks’ new partner, Awesomeness TV as Disney acquired Maker Studios for 500 smackers. This week, the studio expanded the entire film library with YouTube to thank for it. What’s coming soon to YouTube Johnny?

 

Johnny Trout (via Tube Filter)- DreamWorks Animation is expanding its online video presence through a new destination. The film studio will launch DreamWorks TV, a YouTube channel that will host a collection of family-friendly short-form videos.

DreamWorks TV will launch in the summer and will be headed up by Brian Robbins and his Awesomeness TV YouTube network (DreamWorks purchased Awesomeness TV last year for a base price of $33 million.) Robbins will bring to DreamWorks TV the same teen-friendly attitude that he has brought to Awesomeness TV. The channel’s initial slate featuring titles like  Prank Your Parents and sketch comedy series OMG; these shows represent an attempt to reach YouTube’s coveted teenage demographic.

DreamWorks’ iconic characters will come to YouTube as well. Short, bite-sized videos catered to mobile videos will populate the channel, with the likes of Shrek and Puss In Boots making appearances (albeit without their original voice actors).

The channel is DreamWorks boss Jeffrey Katzenberg‘s attempt to create a kids channel to complement his studio’s iconic films. Three DreamWorks characters are already getting their own animated web series thanks to a deal with Netflix that was announced back in March.

DreamWorks has recently paid a lot of attention to YouTube, taking a stronger position on the site than many other major film studios. In addition to its purchase of Awesomeness TV, it has worked with YouTube to co-produce YouTube Nation, a daily programs that rounds up the site’s best videos. DreamWorks TV represents the next step in DreamWorks’ online video plan, and it should be a forward-thinking complement to the studio’s colorful animated films.

 

 We previewed what’s going on inside Girl Meets World since ABC Family went back in time 2 weeks ago. Now the sequel is ready for the summer as well as a new on–air look for Disney Channel. What will the logo look like until the changeover Dan?

 

Dan Barry (via Nick and More)- We’ve noted before that Disney Channel’s on-air design is changing this summer with the arrival of Girl Meets World. Now, we know for sure that the logo is changing as well.

Disney Channel Germany updated their on-air design and logo on January 17 and now it seems Disney Channel USA will follow suit. Everything is the same, except the new Disney Channel USA logo will have Mickey Mouse ears on the “i” in Disney.

The new USA logo was first noticed today on the poster for the upcoming original movie Zapped, which premieres June 27 along with Girl Meets World. If we were guessing people, we’d say that June 27 is the likely date for the full launch of the new graphics. But it could always start sooner…

This will be the first major logo update in nearly 12 years. October 2002 was when the current logo started, but was updated to the app-like design in May 2010.

Turning to TV award news, the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards nominations were announced. Here’s some of your toon favorites who received their early Daytime Emmys:

 

 

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation: Winners

Ernie Gilbert, Character Design
Program: T.U.F.F. Puppy, Nickelodeon

Eddie Gribbin, Background Design, Marten Johnmark, Storyboard,
Stephen Robinson, Production Design, Program: Peter Rabbit, Nickelodeon

Jose Lopez, Character Design, Yasuhiro Motoda, Character Animator,
Program: Transformers Prime Beast Hunters, HUB Network

Jennifer Oxley, Production Design, Program: Peg + Cat, PBS

Christopher Voy, Color. Program: Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Cartoon Network

 

Here are some nominees to look for this year:

Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Series

Dino Dan Nickelodeon
Executive Producers
J.J. Johnson, Blair Powers
Co-Executive Producer
Christin Simms
Producer
Matt Bishop

The Fresh Beat Band Nickelodeon
Executive Producers
Scott Kraft, Nadine van der Velde
Consulting Producers
Heather MacGillvray, Linda Mathious
Producer
Susan R Nessanbaum-Goldberg
Line Producer
Chris Robinson

Sesame Street PBS
Executive Producer
Carol-Lynn Parente
Supervising Producer
Nadine Zylstra
Senior Producer
Benjamin Lehmann
Coordinating Producer
April Coleman
Producer
Mindy Fila
Line Producer
Stephanie Longardo

Yo Gabba Gabba! Nickelodeon
Executive Producers
Jon Berret, Michael Polis
Co-Executive Producers
Christian Jacobs, Scott Schultz
Producer
Ritamarie Peruggi, Justin Lyon
Line Producer
Irene Diaz Oncley

Outstanding Children’s Series

Animal Science SYNDICATED
Executive Producer
Steve Rotfeld
Producers
Matt Gibson, Robby Rotfeld

Game Changers with Kevin Frazier CBS
Executive Producers
Bryan Curb, David Doyle, Michael Herst, Dave Morgan, Chris Thorne, Gary Treangen
Co-Executive Producer
Peter Sniderman
Supervising Producer
Thomas N. Weber
Producers
Anneli Gericke, Larre Sterling, Brett Teal, Cindy Katz
Line Producer
Jane Bloom

R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series Hub Network
Executive Producers
Dan Angel, Kim Arnott, Billy Brown, Harvey Kahn, Dawn Knight
Supervising Producer
Dan Angel, Kim Arnott, Billy Brown, Harvey Kahn, Dawn Knight, Charles Lyall
Co-Executive Producers
Jane Stine, Joan Waricha
Supervising Producer
Dawn Knight, Charles Lyall
Series Producer
Oliver De Caigny

Sea Rescue SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Bryan Curb, David Doyle, Scott Helmstedter, Dave Morgan, Eric S. Rollman
Co-Executive Producer
Pete Sniderman
Senior Producer
Aidan Pickering
Consulting Producers
Darcy R. Bonfils, Christianna Reinhardt
Supervising Producer
Jane Bloom
Producers
Steve McPartlin, Roland Tieh

Outstanding Pre-School Children’s Animated Program

Curious George PBS
Executive Producers
Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Ellen Cockrill, Carol Greenwald, Dorothea Gillim,
David Kirschner, Jon Shapiro
Supervising Producer
Share Stallings
Coordinating Producers
Paul Higgins, Melissa Bush
Co-Producer
Matthew Baughman

Disney Sofia the First Disney Channel
Executive Producers
Jamie Mitchell, Craig Gerber
Line Producer
Clay Renfroe

Peg+Cat PBS
Executive Producers
Jennifer Oxley, Billy Aronson, Vince Commisso, Kevin Morrison
Supervising Producers
Alia Nakashima, Tanya Green
Producer
Jaclynn Demas
Animation Producer
Robert Powers
Line Producer
Christine Davis

The Wonder Pets! Nickelodeon
Executive Producer
Josh Selig
Supervising Producer
Mason Rather
Producers
Jennifer Oxley, Melanie Pal, Tom Brown, Jeffrey Lesser
Line Producer
Sharon Gomes Thomas

 

Outstanding Children’s Animated Program

Beware the Batman – “Secrets” Cartoon Network
Executive Producer
Sam Register
Producers
Glen Murakami, Mitch Watson
Line Producer
Amy McKenna

The Fairly OddParents Nickelodeon
Executive Producer
Butch Hartman
Supervising Producer
George Goodchild
Producers
Ray DeLaurentis, Randy Saba

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Nickelodeon
Executive Producer
Peter Hastings
Co-Executive Producer
Bret Haaland
Supervising Producers
Randy Dormans, Gabe Swarr
Producers
Joann Estoesta, Andrew Huebner

Monsters vs. Aliens Nickelodeon
Executive Producers
Bret Haaland, Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley
Supervising Producer
Chris Neuhahn
Producers
Andrew Huebner, Kellie Smith

Turbo FAST Netflix
Executive Producers
Chris Prynoski, Jack Thomas
Supervising Producer
Ben Kalina
Producers
Sharon Barrett Prynoski, Jennifer Ray

Outstanding Special Class Animated Program

Dan Vs. Hub Network
Executive Producers
Dan Angel, Dana Booton, Chris Pearson
Co-Executive Producer
Dan Mandel
Supervising Producer
Brian Sheesley
Producers
Taesoo Kim, Lizbeth Velasco

Peter Rabbit Nickelodeon
Executive Producers
Francesca Dow, Mary Durkan, Ronnie Fairweather, Cathal Gaffney,
Darragh O’Connell, Paula Rosenthal
Supervising Producer
Megan Laughton
Producers
Gillian Higgins, Karen Ialacci, Erik Vignau
Co-Producer
Sarah Blondine Mullervy

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Cartoon Network
Executive Producer
George Lucas
Supervising Director
Dave Filoni
Producer
Cary Silver
Line Producer
Athena Yvette Portillo

Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Hub Network
Executive Producers
Stephen Davis, Jeff Kline, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Shuzo John Shiota
Co-Executive Producer
Duane Capizzi
Producer
Shinji Santoh
Animation Producer
Therese Trujillo
Line Producer
Meiko Sato

Outstanding Special Class – Short Format Daytime Program

Deadman – “Deadman Catch” Cartoon Network
Executive Producer
Sam Register
Producer
Ben Jones
Written, Directed and Produced by
Carl Greenblatt

Friends For Change Disney Channel
Executive Producer
Cindy Bradeen
SVP/ CMO Disney Channels Marketing & Creative
Richard Loomis
Vice President, Disney Channel Marketing & Creative
Ron Pomerantz
Creative Director
Siobhan Murphy
Director
Artur Spigel

Make Your Mark Disney Channel
Executive Producer
Cindy Bradeen
SVP/ CMO Disney Channels Marketing & Creative
Richard Loomis
Vice President, Disney Channel Marketing & Creative
Ron Pomerantz
Creative Directors
Siobhan Murphy, Artur Spigel
Director
Jonathan Del Gatto

mI promise http://www.mIpromise.com
Executive Producers
Lauralee Bell, Scott Martin
Producers
Ash Christian, Anne Clements

Stella and Sam Sprout
Executive Producer
John Leitch
Supervising Producer
Michelle Melanson

Zou Sprout
Co-Producers
Wong Chi Kong, Seng Choon Meng
Executive Producer
Hélène Maret
Producers
Billy Sissmann, Pierre Sissmann

Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Episodic

2013 MTV Video Music Awards – Katy Perry MTV
Executive Producer
Kris Walter
Producer
Janie Brown Kelley
Director
Patrick Cummings
Writers
Allan Broce, Eric Chang, Steve Elliott, Dave Laden, Paul Wig
Editor
Erik Auli
SVP, MTV On-Air Promos
Amy Campbell
VP/Creative Director, MTV On-Air Promos
Lu Chekowsky
VP, Strategy, MTV On-Air Promos
Lauren Epstein
Director of Photography
Jeff Cutter
Production Designer
Dan Butts
Art Director
Rich Browd
Audio
Colin Thibadeau
Editorial Director, MTV On-Air Promos
Justin Russell

The Doctors SYNDICATED
Executive Producers
Jay McGraw, Carla Pennington, Dr. Phillip C. McGraw, Andrew Scher
Producer
Debbie Haderle, Mat Berris,
Associate Producer
Brian Smith
Editors
John Campbell, Jasen Frisby, Morgen Kassel, Rainbow Shalom Hayes
Graphic Design
Jake Infusino
Promo AE
Ryan Cates

Hispanic Heritage Month Campaign DisneyXD
SVP/CMO Disney Channels Worldwide
Richard Loomis
VP, Marketing and Creative DXD
Jill Hotchkiss
Creative Director
Vincent Aricco

Nature PBS
Producer
Kathryn Daily
Creative Director
Derrick Chamlee
Writer
Eric Yeater
Sr. Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Lesli Rotenberg
Senior Director, Primetime Strategy & Advertising
Jennifer Allen

World Wide Day of Play 2013 Campaign Nickelodeon
Senior Producer
Lynn McTeague
Producers
Karen Ammon, Devin Melillo
SVP, Creative Director
Jay Schmalholz
Writer
Danielle Luzzi
SVP, Creative Director- Design
Matthew Duntemann
VP, Creative
Anthony Gelsomino
VP, Editorial
Michael Pecoriello
VP, Production
Patty Henry-Robinson
VP, Creative Strategy
Laura Lundgren
Director of Project Management
Michael Tenney
Line Producer
Amy Heiss
Director of Production
Jennifer Bryson
Art Director
Stefanie Shank
Graphics Manager
Nicole Watson
Animators
James Bartley, Brent Chesanek, Dave Heiss, Bomi Jin, Jeremy Sawyer

Outstanding Promotional Announcement – Institutional

Awkward / It’s Your Sex Life – Gimme an “S” MTV
Producer
Matt Sears
Director
John Sinclair
Writers
Jessica Bianco, Liz Epp, John Sinclair
Art Director/Graphics
Rich Browd
Audio
John Wilkinson
Editor
James Emmerich
Director of Photography
Steve Gainer
Sr. Director, Public Affairs, MTV
Liza Vadnai
SVP, MTV On-Air Promos
Amy Campbell
SVP, Public Affairs, MTV
Jason Rzepka

General Hospital ABC
Executive Producers
Mark Feldstein, Brad Roth
Producer
Hema Mulchandani
Creative Directors
Jonas Morganstein, Ashley Rideau, Leeanne Irvin,
Art Director
Stephen Kirklys
Designer
Kenneth Lee
Production Manager
Karen Higginbotham

Nick 2013 Halloween Campaign Nickelodeon
SVP, Creative Director- Design
Matthew Duntemann
Director of Production
Sarah Jackson
Line Producer
Kate Brennan
Project Manager
Dana Burkart
Animation Director
Chris Papa
Associate Animation Director
Rob Kohr
Digital Animation Supervisor
Dennis Shelby
Illustrator
Martin Allais
Senior Producer
Dennis Shinners
Art Director
Shannon Macneilage
Animators
Jason Clarke, Nelson Diaz, Scott Kennel
Sound Design
Gina Zdanowicz
Sound Designer
Spencer Bambrick
SVP, Creative Director
Jay Schmalholz
VP Creative
Anthony Gelsomino
Digital Animators
Tyler Kakac, Pablo Smith
VP Creative Strategy
Laura Lundgren

Nick Letter IDs Nickelodeon
SVP, Creative Director- Design
Matthew Duntemann
SVP, Creative Director
Jay Schmalholz
Senior Producer
Lynn McTeague
Production Manager
Kate Brennan
VP Creative
Anthony Gelsomino
Animators
Miguel Cesti, Ruben Stremiz
Animation Director/Animator
Fernan Graziano
Director/Writers
Samuel Albert Borkson, Arturo Sandoval
Director of Project Management
Adam Weiner
Senior Project Manager
Randy Koshinskie
Art Directors
Santiago Graziano, Steve Saiz
Original Score/Sound Design
Norman Bambi
Art/Animatic Director
Gabriel Fermanelli

Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Series

Sesame Street PBS
LESLIE CARRARA-RUDOLPH, as Sigrid, Carrie, Flantine, Velvet & Old Lady

Spooksville Hub Network
KATIE DOUGLAS, as Sally Wilcox

Green Screen Adventures MeTV
JESSICA HONOR CARLETON, as Snail, Mouse, Monster, Cow & Lion

Sesame Street PBS
JOSEPH MAZZARINO, as Stinky, Murray and Davy Jones

Sesame Street PBS
DAVID RUDMAN, as Baby Bear & Cookie Monster

Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program

Peter Rabbit Nickelodeon
SARAH BOLT, as Jemima Puddleduck

Arthur PBS
ALAN CUMMING, as Sebastian Winkleplotz

Peg+Cat PBS
HAYLEY FAITH NEGRIN, as Peg

Peg+Cat PBS
DWAYNE HILL, as Cat

Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch Hub Network
ASHLEY TISDALE, as Sabrina Spellman

Outstanding Game Show Host

Let’s Make A Deal CBS
WAYNE BRADY, Host

The American Bible Challenge Game Show Network
JEFF FOXWORTHY, Host

Family Feud SYNDICATED
STEVE HARVEY, Host

Family Game Night Hub Network
TODD NEWTON, Host

Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series or Special

Beware the Batman Cartoon Network
Casting Director
Andrea Romano

Disney Sofia the First Disney Channel
Casting By
Brian Mathias

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Nickelodeon
Casting By
Sarah Noonan, Gene Vassilaros
Casting Supervisor
Meredith Layne

The Polar Bears Movie YouTube.com
Casting Director
Matthew Jon Beck
Casting By
Ruth Lambert, Robert McGee

Outstanding Writing in a Preschool Animated Program

Bubble Guppies Nickelodeon
Head Writer/Writers
Jonny Belt, Robert Scull
Writer
Clark Stubbs

Dinosaur Train PBS
Writers
Craig Bartlett, Joe Purdy

Disney Sofia the First Disney Channel
Writers
Doug Cooney, Laurie Israel, Erica Rothschild, Rachel Ruderman
Writer/Story Editor
Craig Gerber

Peter Rabbit Nickelodeon
Writers
Mark Huckerby, Nick Ostler

The Wonder Pets! Nickelodeon
Head Writer
Billy Lopez
Writers
Billy Aronson, Dustin Ferrer, Chris Nee, Melanie Pal

Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program

Arthur PBS
Executive Story Editor
Peter K Hirsch
Writers
Craig Carlisle, Jacqui Deegan, Matt Hoverman, Dietrich Smith

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Nickelodeon
Writers
Gene Grillo, Peter Hastings, Scott Kreamer, Doug Langdale, Paul Rugg

Martha Speaks PBS
Head Writer
Ken Scarborough
Writers
Joe Fallon, Raye Lankford

Wild Kratts PBS
Head Writers
Chris Kratt, Martin Kratt

Outstanding Writing in a Children’s Series

R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour The Series Hub Network
Writers
Dan Angel, Brandon Auman, Billy Brown, Rick Drew, Nicole Dubuc,
Jed Elinoff, John Esposito, Melody Fox, Harold Hayes Jr. ,
Natalie LaPointe, Jack Monaco, Erik Patterson, Craig Philips,
Jessica Scott, Tim Shell, Scott Thomas, Greg Yolen

Sesame Street PBS
Head Writer
Joseph Mazzarino
Writers
Molly Boylan, Annie Evans, Christine Ferraro, Emily Kingsley,
Luis Santeiro, Ed Valentine, Belinda Ward, John Weidman

The Aquabats! Super Show! Hub Network
Head Writers
Jason deVilliers, Christian Jacobs
Writer
Gerard Way

Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program

Beware the Batman – “Secrets” Cartoon Network
Supervising Director
Butch Lukic
Directors
Curt Geda , Sam Liu , Rick Morales
Voice Director
Andrea Romano

Curious George PBS
Supervising Director/Director
Jeff McGrath
Director
Andrei Svisloski
Voice Director
Susan Blu

Dan Vs. Hub Network
Supervising Director
Brian Sheesley
Directors
Stephanie Arnett, James Krenzke, Ashley Lenz
Supervising Animation Director
Hyeonsu Park

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Nickelodeon
Directors
Aaron Hammersley, Lane Lueras, Michael Mullen
Voice Director
Peter Hastings

The Scarecrow YouTube.com
Directors
Limbert Fabian, Brandon Oldenburg

Outstanding Directing in a Children’s Series

R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour The Series Hub Network
Directors
Neill Fearnley, Ken Friss, Jason Furukawa,
James Head, Michael Robison

Sesame Street PBS
Directors
Kevin Clash, Ken Diego, Joseph Mazzarino, Scott Preston,
Lisa Simon, Matt Vogel, Nadine Zylstra

Spooksville Hub Network
Directors
Ken Friss, James Head

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction/Set Decoration/
Scenic Design

The Ellen DeGeneres Show SYNDICATED
Production Designer
Anton Goss
Art Directors
Jay Heiserman, Zeya Maurer

R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour The Series Hub Network
Production Designer
James Hazell
Art Director
Teresa Weston
Set Decorator
Jonathan Lancaster

Spooksville Hub Network
Production Designer
Tink
Art Director
Alyssa King
Set Decorator
Terry Lewis

The Talk CBS
Production Designer
Jeff Hall
Art Director
Matthew Tognacci
Set Decorator
Kristen O’Malley

Outstanding Achievement in Main Title and Graphic Design

Beware the Batman – “Secrets” Cartoon Network
Animation Supervisor
T.J. Sullivan

Lalaloopsy Nickelodeon
Title Designer
Melissa Suber

The Mind of a Chef PBS
Director of Design
Adam Lupsha
Title Design/Graphic Artist
Daniel de Graaf, Mike Houston

Sabrina Secrets of a Teenage Witch Hub Network
Title Designer
Stan Lim
Graphic Artists
Rouja Koleva, Flavio Mandrola, Manny Mazaria

Superbook ABC Family
Title Designer
Manoj Menon
Graphic Artist
Aneesh Kurian
Graphics Producer
Marty Kossoff
Creative Director – Graphics
Owen Hurley
Director – Graphics
Ratheesh Kalathil

Outstanding Achievement in Lighting Direction

The Ellen DeGeneres Show SYNDICATED
Lighting Director
Marisa Davis

The Queen Latifah Show SYNDICATED
Lighting Designer
Bobby Dickinson

Sesame Street PBS
Lighting Designer
Dan Kelley

The Aquabats! Super Show! Hub Network
TBD

Wheel of Fortune SYNDICATED
Lighting Designer
Jeff Engel

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing – Live Action

Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade ABC
Production Mixers
Don Worsham, Pablo Munguia, Adam Young

Sesame Street PBS
Production Mixer
Chris Prinzivalli
Re-Recording Mixers
Michael Barrett, Michael Croiter
SFX Mixer
Dick Maitland

The Aquabats! Super Show! Hub Network
Re-Recording Mixer
Cameron Webb
SFX Mixer
Blaine Stewart

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing – Animation

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Nickelodeon
Production Mixer
Gary Falcone
Re-Recording Mixer
Thomas J Maydeck C.A.S.
SFX Mixer
Rob McIntyre

Monsters Vs Aliens Nickelodeon
Re-Recording Mixers
Fil Brown, Melissa Ellis

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Cartoon Network
Production Mixer
Cameron Davis
Re-Recording Mixer
David Acord
Foley Mixer
Frank Rinella
Scoring Mixer
Mark Evans

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Nickelodeon
Re-Recording Mixers
DJ Lynch, Jeff Shiffman

Turbo FAST Netflix
Re-Recording Mixer
Konrad Piñon

Young Justice Cartoon Network
Re-Recording Mixer
Carlos Sanches

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Animation

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness Nickelodeon
Supervising Sound Editor
Gary Falcone
Supervising Music Editor
Thomas J Maydeck C.A.S.
Sound Editors
Jessey Drake, Andrew Ing
Dialogue Editor
Anna Adams
Foley Editor
Roberto Alegria
Foley Artist
Cynthia Merrill
Sound Designers
Rob McIntyre, Marc Schmidt

Monsters Vs Aliens Nickelodeon
Dialogue Editor
Michael Petak
Sound Effects Editor
Robert Neal Poole
Foley Editor
Roy Braverman
Foley Artist
J Lampinen

Sanjay and Craig Nickelodeon
Supervising Sound Editor
Devon Bowman
Dialogue Editor
Mischelle Fordham
Sound Effects Editors
Ian Nyeste, Lawrence Reyes
Foley Editor
Aran Tanchum
Foley Artists
Tara Blume, Vincent Guisetti

SpongeBob SquarePants Nickelodeon
Supervising Sound Editor
Devon Bowman
Dialogue Editor
Mischelle Fordham
Sound Effects Editor
Jeff Hutchins
Foley Editor
Aran Tanchum
Foley Artist
Vincent Guisetti

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Cartoon Network
Supervising Sound Editor
Matthew Wood
Music Editor
Dean Menta
Sound Editors
Jeremy Bowker, Erik Foreman, Pascal Garneau, Steve Slanec
Foley Editor
Frank Rinella
Foley Artists
Dennie Thorpe, Jana Vance
Sound Designer
David Acord

Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition

The Backyardigans Nickelodeon
Music Director, Composer
Evan Lurie
Composer
Douglas Wieselman

Bubble Guppies Nickelodeon
Music By
Michael Rubin
Score By
John Angier

Disney Sofia the First Disney Channel
Composer
Kevin Kliesch

The Wonder Pets! Nickelodeon
Music Director
Jeffrey Lesser
Lead Composer
Larry Hochman
Composer
Josh Selig

Outstanding Original Song

Let’s Make A Deal CBS
“30,000 Reasons to Love Me”
Composer
Cat Gray
Lyricist
Wayne Brady

Sesame Street PBS
“ABC’s of moving”
Composer
Chris Jackson
Lyricist
Joseph Mazzarino

Disney Sofia the First Disney Channel
“I Belong”
Lyricist
Craig Gerber
Composer & Lyricist
John Kavanaugh

Sesame Street PBS
“Rhymes with Mando”
Composer
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Lyricist
Luis Santeiro

Peter Rabbit Nickelodeon
“Spring Has Sprung”
Composer & Lyricist
Peter Zizzo

Outstanding Original Song – Main Title and Promo

Disney Sofia the First Disney Channel
“Disney Sofia the First: Main Title Theme”
Lyricist
Craig Gerber
Composer & Lyricist
John Kavanaugh

PAW Patrol Nickelodeon
“PAW Patrol Theme Song”
Composer
Michael “Smidi” Smith
Lyricist
Scott Krippayne

Peter Rabbit Nickelodeon
“Peter Rabbit Theme Song”
Composer & Lyricist
Peter Luyre

Superbook ABC Family
“Superbook Open”
Lyricists
Mark Hammond, Marty Goetz

Opening Number Fusion
“We’re Fusion”
Composer
Adam Schlesinger
Lyricist
David Javerbaum

Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design/Styling

The Ellen DeGeneres Show SYNDICATED
Key Costumers
Ric Renae Huges, Brooke Weller
Wardrobe Supervisors
Maggie Kaiser, Jamie Salazar
Costume Designer
Kellen Richards

The Fresh Beat Band Nickelodeon
Costumers
Frank Alexander, Laura Flett, Kiki Garwood, Jessica Torok, Kacy Treadway
Costume Supervisor
Gene Barnhart
Costume Designer
Joyce Kim Lee

Green Screen Adventures MeTV
Costume Designer
Nancy McDonald
Costume Designer/Puppets
Jessica Honor Carleton

Sesame Street PBS
Costume Designers
Brian Hemesath, Jared Leese
Costume Designer/Muppets
Erin Slattery Black, Elizabeth Hara, Michelle Hickey, John Douglas James,
Rollie Krewson, Lara Mclean, Colette Nickola, Anny Ozar,
Connie Peterson, Jane Pien, Sierra Schoening, Polly Smith, Jason Weber

Spooksville Hub Network
Costume Designer
Rebekka Sorensen

Outstanding Achievement in Makeup

Green Screen Adventures MeTV
Makeup Artists
Jessica Honor Carleton, Scott Gryder

R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour The Series Hub Network
Key Makeup Artist
Debbie Lelievre

Spooksville Hub Network
Head Makeup Artist
Tana Lynn Moldovanos

The Talk CBS
Makeup Artists
Jude Alcala, Stephanie Cozart Burton, Michelle Daurio,
Dell McDonald, Ann-Marie Oliver

Outstanding Stunt Coordination

Spooksville Hub Network

Stunt Coordinator
Brett Armstrong

The Aquabats! Super Show! Hub Network

Stunt Coordinator
Skip Carlsen

The Aquabats! Super Show! Hub Network

Stunt Coordinator
Braxton McAllister

 

Checking the Penguins tally, 2,148 fans sign in as DreamWorks prepares to move into cyberspace with their collection of animated flicks.

 

 

Season finale week continues as we head towards Summer TV season 2014. We’ll bring you upfront news all month long to keep you on track on your favorite shows. This is Realistic Fish Head saying, this summer is about to heat up!

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