In the Land of Ooo, a human boy and his magical dog friend set out to become righteous adventurers.
Currently in its sixth season, with a seventh on the way, it was announced last night that Warner Bros. is bringing its hugely successful animated series Adventure Time to the big screen with the producers of The Lego Movie. The Adventure Time Movie will be animated, with Chris McKay and Roy Lee serving as the driving force behind the project.
Adventure Time is one of Cartoon Network's most popular original series. It follows the adventures of 12 year old Finn and his best friend Jake the Dog. The duo go on epic quests to protect their beloved land of Ooo, usually fighting off the evil Ice King, who is on a constant search for his Princess Bubblegum.Read More
Cartoon Network announced today the first - and second - Blu-ray release for its hit comedy series, Adventure Time, as the company will bring the first two seasons of the Emmy Award-nominated animated series to Blu-ray on June 4. Adventure Time: The Complete Second Season will debut on both DVD and Blu-ray, complete with absolutely algebraic bonus content created by series creator Pendleton Ward, including a featurette filmed by Ward that provides exclusive access to and interviews with members of his talented show team, as well as episode commentaries for all 26 season two episodes from Ward and the Adventure Time team. Also that same day, Cartoon Network will release Adventure Time: The Complete First Season on Blu-ray, bringing that fan-favorite home video release to the high-definition market with stunning HD-quality audio and video. Both Blu-ray titles will also include a free Ultraviolet HD digital copy for each episode. Both Adventure Time: The Complete First Season and Adventure Time: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray releases will be available for the suggested retail price of $32.07, while the two-disc Season 2 DVD will be priced at $26.95.
As one of Cartoon Network's most popular series, Adventure Time continues to thrive with a massive on-air audience, very active fan base and strong retail presence. The television series' popularity continues to grow as the recent season five premier was the #1 show for the day with boys 2-11, and kids and boys 6-11, 9-14 and 12-17, and the show consistently ranks number one its time slot with boys 6-11 and boys 9-14, according to Nielson Media Research. Socially, the brand builds its fan base virtually every day with more than 6 million fans on Facebook, popular Adventure Time games on CartoonNetwork.com, and innumerous fan sites and blogs devoted to the show. In addition, Adventure Time's presence at top retailers across the country is continually expanding though the property's comprehensive line of hard and soft consumer products which includes toys, apparel, accessories, interactive games, youth electronics, comic books, posters and much more.Read More
How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris lends his voice to a special episode of Cartoon Network's hit animated series Adventure Time.
The episode premieres Monday, Sept. 5 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). No appearance by Neil Patrick Harris would be complete with out a song.Read More
What time is it?! It's Adventure Time! While at SDCC 2011, Creator Pendleton Ward joined his voice cast, including Jeremy Shada (Finn), Hynden Walch (Princess Bubblegum), and Olivia Olson (Marceline the Vampire Queen), for a chat about upcoming episodes from this popular Cartoon Network animated series. Check out our exclusive Adventure Time interviews below.Read More
Sunday is family day at Comic-Con, and this year for the first time, Warner Bros. Entertainment will partner with Time Warner sister company Cartoon Network on a daylong "booth takeover" initiative. On Sunday, July 24, at Comic-Con International: San Diego, the Warner Bros. booth - with its distinctive 30-foot tall replica of the iconic Warner Bros. water tower - will transform overnight into the Cartoon Network booth to create a fun, family friendly environment designed just for kids.
Live demonstrations by cartoonists and other artists, including iconic "MAD" illustrator Sergio Aragonés.Read More
Cartoon Network is ordering new seasons of the much-loved and hugely successful Monday night animated comedy series Adventure Time, Regular Show and MAD; it was announced today by Cartoon Network chief content officer Rob Sorcher.
The Emmy nominated Adventure Time (8:00 p.m. ET/PT) continues to build in popularity among kids. In its first two seasons the series ranked #1 in its timeslots on all of television - broadcast and cable - among kids and boys 2-11, 6-11, and 9-14. Adventure Time has also generated substantial growth versus same time period last year with K2-11 (+74%), K6-11 (+78%), K9-14 (+75%), B2-11 (+82%), B6-11 (+88%), and B9-14 (+85%) according to Nielsen Media Research. Adventure Time introduced viewers to unlikely heroes Finn and Jake, buddies who traverse the mystical Land of Ooo and encounter its colorful inhabitants including the Ice King, Princess Bubblegum and fan favorites Marceline the Vampire Queen and Lumpy Space Princess. Created by Pendleton Ward and executive produced by Fred Siebert, Adventure Time is currently in its second season and is now greenlit for a third.Read More