A seasoned Dreamworks exec will attempt to give Paramount Animation a fresh start.
“Captain Underpants” marks a couple of historic firsts for Dreamworks Animation, and for L.A. feature artists, they could be worrisome firsts.
“The animation market is exploding worldwide,” says Nigeria’s culture minister, and he wants the country to be a part of it.
Facebook’s two-year-old vr content production arm is no longer.
Production I.G recently made a couple of major announcements.
Losses on the film could climb in excess of $100 million.
Eyeing big profits, another live-action production company joins the animation fray.
Comcast NBCUniversal is looking to get rid of its ownership stake in Oriental Dreamworks.
There’s more than a few ways to fund an animated feature nowadays, but the surest one of all is to simply be the child of a billionaire.
“It’s not going to look like a Pixar movie, where you see money on the screen,” says “Ernest & Celestine” director Benjamin Renner.