The Japanese blockbuster is off to a great start in the United States.
Pot, poop, and dicks.
The new rule changes could make the animated feature category much less friendly to independent and foreign animated films.
The project, with new animation by Mark Henn, Eric Goldberg, and Randy Haycock, debuts May 12.
Losses on the film could climb in excess of $100 million.
Eyeing big profits, another live-action production company joins the animation fray.
Last night, The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the winners of the 5th International Emmy Kids Awards.
Nickelodeon has announced a greenlight for an “Invader Zim” made-for-tv movie.
In a land where every species of animal and plant answers to its own respective monarchy, one mysterious king with seemingly no subjects goes on a violent crusade to claim as many crowns as possible.
Meet the new boss of the box office.