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.
Who says animators can’t be tech entrepreneurs?
The makers of last year’s CG Astérix and the upcoming “Little Prince” has been snapped up.
The studio says the executives were let go as part of a “restructuring” effort.
If K-pop music can become popular around the globe, why not K-anima?
European politicians are paying attention to the animation industry.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says that it has been “the hardest, most difficult, most painful eight weeks in our 20-year history.”
In the role that he held for seven years, Osher oversaw Sony Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Sony Pictures Animation has named Kristine Belson as the new president of its Sony Pictures Animation division.
New York-based commercial production company Hornet has opened up a new outpost in London’s Shoreditch district.
The Chinese government has granted co-production status to “Kung Fu Panda 3.”
DreamWorks just announced to it staff that it will shut down one of its main studios, PDI DreamWorks, in Redwood City, California.
Major layoffs are coming up at DreamWorks Animation; hundreds of people could potentially be let go.
DreamWorks announced this afternoon that veteran producers Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria, the respective lead producers of the studio’s “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Madagascar” franchises, will oversee creative development and production for DreamWorks Animation’s theatrical releases.
“LEGO Movie” Phil Lord and Chris Miller turned down an offer to run Sony Animation because “it’s too hard to do great work there.”
The Canadian animation scene became more consolidated today with the news that Halifax-based DHX Media will buy Vancouver-based animation studio Nerd Corps Entertainment for a cash-and-stock deal worth CAD$57 million.
Troubling new details about the abruptly-halted merger talks between DreamWorks Animation and Hasbro have been revealed.
The wage-theft scheme run by big animation studios is finally receiving some mainstream media attention after a significant piece was published today by Bloomberg News.
The Hasbro giveth, and the Hasbro taketh away.
Although Japan’s SoftBank wasn’t successful in its bid to purchase DreamWorks Animation, DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg continues to seek a buyer for his animation studio.