Stop-motion animation is booming in Los Angeles, so why are artists left to fend for themselves when it comes to negotiating their employment agreements with the various studios. Cartoon Brew investigates.
A Hollywood screenwriter was unable to convince a judge that Disney stole “Zootopia” from him.
A child development specialist has sued Disney claiming that “Inside Out” is based on her concept, “The Moodsters.”
This Trump crony admits he broke ethics rule when he promoted “The Lego Batman Movie.”
Gary Goldman, a screenwriter of “Total Recall,” alleges Disney’s 2016 hit “Zootopia” was based on his own project, also titled “Zootopia.”
The artists win!
What does an indie artist do when America’s second-largest department store won’t stop stealing your work?
An effort to organize the artists at Burbank, California-based Stoopid Buddy Stoodios has gained momentum in recent weeks.
Disney and its subsidiaries like Pixar and Lucasfilm are the only companies who are still fighting artists.
After receiving a Facebook apology and little else for having his work stolen, Max Hattler has filed a lawsuit against DJ and record producer Bassnectar.