Between “The Secret Life of Pets” and “Finding Dory,” animation is owning the U.S. summer box office season.
The holidays can be very stressful in the ’70s or ’80s or whatever.
Chris Renaud talks about comic influences on “The Secret Life of Pets,” Illumination’s unconventional workflow, and the studio’s fluid production process that allows humor to be added in during every stage of production.
Almost 80,000 people in France showed up for the first week of Michael Dudok de Wit’s “The Red Turtle,” made in collaboration with Studio Ghibli.
The independent short film made by two Pixar artists has won the top prize at this year’s SIGGRAPH.
China’s most expensive animated feature of all-time is at the center of a war between Chinese entertainment conglomerates.
Will Laika score big with “Kubo and the Two Strings”?
30 years of work, 2,500 items on display—this is a must-visit for any Ghibli fan.
The moment young Ivan saw Evie, it was love, then rivalry, at first sight.
Now we know what “Batman: The Killing Joke” would’ve looked like if they’d followed the styling of the original graphic novel.