We heard it through the grapevine…the California Raisins are headed to the bigscreen!
A lawn deer and a garden gnome play a game of checkers.
The studio says the executives were let go as part of a “restructuring” effort.
Disney’s latest feature has grossed over $620 million globally.
“It was hard to let Popeye go,” says Genndy Tartakovsky.
The bank that bought the campus just a few weeks ago is attempting to flip the property for a $65 million profit.
Chinese animation studio Light Chaser Animation previews its first feature “Door Guardians,” set for 2016 release. .
Disney’s promotional campaign for “Inside Out” is heating up with the release of both a new trailer and commercial.
“Everything about my life is utterly horrible,” says an American animator working in Japan, and that’s how he likes it.
“The Donald Duck Principle” attempts to explain the lasting success of Donald Duck.
Some skateboarding history squeezed into a few minutes of visuals.
MGM is developing a live-action/CGI hybrid of the children’s novel “Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH.”
European politicians are paying attention to the animation industry.
Mel Crawford spent decades drawing the world’s most famous cartoon characters, but he didn’t do it at any animation studio.
A young boy has an erotic fixation with a classmate boasting breasts on her back.
Computer graphics have evolved more than you think.
Cartoon Brew readers receive an exclusive discount on screening tickets.
Urban Looney Tunes—they’re back!
Finn and Jake are about to get a lot bigger.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says that it has been “the hardest, most difficult, most painful eight weeks in our 20-year …
The 13-year DreamWorks veteran Alessandro Carloni will now co-direct “Kung Fu Panda 3″ with Jennifer Yuh.
The challenges of creating CGI SpongBob for ‘SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.’
In the role that he held for seven years, Osher oversaw Sony Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Warner Archive will release John Korty’s cult 1983 feature “Twice Upon A Time” onto home video this spring.
A yellow sponge makes his bid for the bright lights of Broadway.