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The actor let the news slip during a film festival in Ireland.
It is a hot Sunday by the lake. His father is fishing, his mother is sunbathing, and Irvine envisions a magnificent death for himself.
Whether in the U.S. or abroad, audiences can’t stop watching “Minions.”
“There’s nothing inherently wrong or right about a method, whether it be pencil drawings or 3-D CG,” Miyazaki says.
It’s a buddy comedy with a pickle and a peanut.
Alvin, Simon, and Theodore are going on a road trip…
A short animation for Global Health Media Project about the dangers of Ebola.
A personal project, loosely based on the poem by Edgar Allan Poe “The Raven.”
Meet Amaro and Walden, two rowdy boy racer-hipsters who don’t give a bleep.
The ‘Bartkira’ meme goes to the next level: an animated trailer.
“Ceci n’est pas une banane.”
A music video from Japan for Sasanomaly’s “The Synesthesia Ghost.”
An uninformed commentary about the visual effects industry goes viral.
Rule #1 for becoming U.S. president in 2016: Do good cartoon impressions.
The mundane story of a heartbroken man, an online gambling addict, an alcoholic kleptomaniac, and an anxious loner living in the same apartment building.
There’s no official “Samurai Jack” film coming anytime soon, but that’s not stopping fans from creating their own work.
When Theresa Burroughs came of voting age, she was ready to cast her ballot. But in the Jim Crow era, she had a long fight ahead of her.
The Looney Tunes characters don’t entertain anymore, but they’ll sell you $200 kicks.
Not one, but two animated features are currently raking in big box office bucks.
Cartoon Brew has put together a list of all the known members of the Academy’s animation branch.
Official video music for “Shapes” by the band Metismatic.
Male artists and the Disney Company continue to dominate the Academy’s animation and vfx branches.
A lost soul stumbles drunken through the city. In a park, Death finds him and shows him many things.
These shorts debuted last week at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
Floyd Norman made history when he started working at Disney in 1956 — and he’s still working in the industry today.