Children's Entertainment News: Page 2This is page 2 of the children's TV and movie news from Watchers Watch
Harry Potter to Overtake Bond as Top Grossing Franchise (2009-07-13): Variety reports that Harry Potter is poised to overtake the James Bond film franchise with the opening of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Ziggy Marley Releases Children's Album (2009-06-02): Singer Ziggy Marley released a children's CD called Family Time because he wants to be able to reach the future leaders of the world.
Pixar Cars Short Appears Ahead of Bolt (2008-12-17): Pixar premiered its first Disney Digital 3-D short film called Tokyo Mater at theatres this past week.
Sprout Offers Snooze-a-Thon to Help Kids Sleep on Christmas Eve (2008-12-08): Sprout is an airing an 11-hour straight "Snooze-A-Thon" on Christmas Eve for parents trying to get their over-excited little ones settled down and ready for bed.
New Pajanimals Show Stars Four Cuddly Puppets (2008-10-07): PBS Kids Sprout has announced Pajanimals, a show featuring a new group of puppet characters from The Jim Henson Company.
Jo Jo Turned Down Hannah Montana Role (2008-08-11): ITV reports in the video below that young singing sensation Jo Jo (aka Joanna Levesque) actually turned down the opportunity to star in Disney's hit TV show Hannah Montana.
Adam Sandler Pelted With Gumballs (2008-08-08): This scene of Adam Sandler being pelted with gumballs is from an upcoming fill called Bedtime Story.
Bee Movie Wins the Weekend (2007-11-12): Jerry Seinfeld's Bee Movie buzzed into the top box office spot in its second week of release, making an estimated $26,000,000.
CBS' Kewlopolis Includes Teens That Transform into Dinosaurs (2007-09-11): CBS, DIC Entertainment and American Greetings Properties (AGP) have launched Kewlopolis on CBS, a branded programming block of animated shows for Saturdays.
Shaun the Sheep Arrives in U.S. (2007-07-11): An animated kids show called Shaun the Sheep will soon be seen by U.
Shrek the Third Tops the Box Office (2007-05-22): Shrek the Third ruled the box office this past weekend, making $121,629,270.
Nickelodeon to Launch Bubble Guppies (2007-05-16): Nickelodeon is debuting a new animated kids show in 2008 called Bubble Guppies.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Rule at the Box Office (2007-03-26): The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ruled the box office this past weekend, making an estimated $25,450,000.
Night at the Museum Tops Box Office Again (2007-01-08): Ben Stiller's Night at the Museum topped the box office for the third week in a row, making an estimated $24,000,000.
Night at the Museum Tops Box Office (2007-01-02): Night at the Museum topped the recent three-day weekend box office, making $46,700,000 in its second week, bringing its total take so far to $125,755,000.
Jim Henson's Hoobs to Debut on Sprout (2006-12-22): The Hoobs is a new series created by the Jim Henson Company.
Penguins and Spies Stay Atop Box Office (2006-12-04): Happy Feet and Casino Royale continued to dominate the box office this past weekend.
SpongeBob Special Gives Nickelodeon Its Best Day Ever (2006-12-01): Nickelodeon is giddy about the "Best Day Ever" SpongeBob SquarePants special that aired earlier this month.
Dancing Penguins Rule the Box Office Again (2006-11-28): The animated film about a dancing penguin, Happy Feet ruled the box office this past weekend, making $37,038,046.
Jim Carrey and Steve Carell in Who-ville (2006-11-11): Jim Carrey and Steve Carell, who were hilarious as dueling news casters in Bruce Almighty, are lending their voice talents to an animated feature film based on Dr.