Surrounded by nothingness, a knight lives with his wife in a small house. Every day he must defend their home against attacks of other knights. What he gets as reward is love and a satisfying meal.
While there are currently no wholly animated films in the top ten of the U.S. box office, Laika’s “The Boxtrolls” began its foreign rollout in eight territories last weekend.
DreamWorks Animation continues to expand its footprint in the world of fashion through strategic partnerships with trendy fashion labels, like its new Jeremy Scott x Shrek line.
The crew of the Adult Swim series “Rick & Morty” ratified a new labor agreement last Monday with the Animation Guild.
Animation historian John Canemaker talks about the process and challenges of creating the monumental new biography “The Lost Notebook: Herman Schultheis & the Secrets of Walt Disney’s Movie Magic.”
They say cats have nine lives.
A bit of advice to John Lasseter.
If you didn’t like the Disney Company’s make-believe version of Walt Disney in “Saving Mr. Banks,” fret not, an independent company has now produced their own fantasy Walt biopic: Walt before Mickey.
As part of the Tokyo International Film Festival’s animation focus this year, they will host the 3D premiere of “PIKMIN Short Movies” produced by videogame legend Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Nintendo’s Mario, Donkey Kong, and The Legend of Zelda.
The average child or adult animation fan with an untrained eye might look at the animated feature “Foodfight!” and think to themself, “That’s not the greatest animated film I’ve ever seen in my entire life.” That’s precisely why the average child or adult animation fan with an untrained eye doesn’t work in a movie studio.