'Beowulf' Defies Animation Label

Nov 15, 2007 By RYAN PEARSON, AP Entertainment Writer
'Beowulf' Defies Animation Label (AP)
This photo provided by Paramount Pictures shows Ray Winstone during a scene from "Beowulf." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures)

(AP) -- The tagline for Disney's upcoming "Enchanted" could well be the motto for the latest push in animation: "The real world and the animated world collide."



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