Technicolor has acquired The Milll, the world’s largest advertising vfx studio, in a deal valued at nearly $300 million.
Film producer Sam Mercer has been hired to run ILM’s four studios in San Francisco, Vancouver, London, and Singapore.
Eric Coleman will continue to lead Disney TV Animation in his new role of senior v-p of original programming.
The layoffs will not affect anyone working on “The Angry Birds Movie,” which the company hopes will be a big hit.
The Irish animation producer of “Doc McStuffins” and “Henry Hugglemonster” has been acquired by a Canadian company.
A leaked Sony email reveals part of the decision-making process that led Sony executives to hire Kristine Belson as the head of their animation division.
Magallanes will oversee properties like “Popples,” “Luna Petunia,” and “Emojiville” in his new role.
Responsible for shepherding “Welcome to the Wayne,” James Stephenson will oversee animation development and creation at Nick’s Burbank studio.
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Viacom, the parent company of Nick, MTV, and Comedy Central, insists it’s still relevant. No one else thinks so.
Illumination has optioned Mofac Alfred’s online hit ‘Johnny Express’ and made a first-look pact with the studio.
The two companies combine staffs into a worldwide workforce numbering over 525 artists.
Nickelodeon and Norwegian Cruise Lines are breaking up.
How smooth were negotiations? They began Monday and finished Wednesday.
The silver lining: Brad Bird is returning to animation.
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An investment analyst asked DreamWorks execs why they’d gone creatively astray; this is what they told him.
Meghan McCarthy’s success with the “My Little Pony” franchise leads to a much bigger role at Hasbro.
The two companies will work together to create films that “both entertain and encourage children across the world.”
San Francisco’s cartoon art-championing institution is searching for a new home.
The growing Austin animation studio is adding more space and employees.
Dick Cook Studios will produce family-friendly entertainment funded by the Chinese government.
The struggle is real at DreamWorks.
The Chinese are turning the Hollywood sex symbol into a CGI cartoon character called Mini Marilyn.
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