Eric Coleman will continue to lead Disney TV Animation in his new role of senior v-p of original programming.
A judge rule that animation artists can continue a case against studios which allegedly suppressed wages for decades through …
“We want to make the definitive version of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’,” says the film’s director Nathan Greno.
Charismatic leader Chairman Lasseter has launched his own clothing line.
“The Autobots” was a flop with Chinese audiences, but Disney lawyers are watching it closely.
Disney and Triggerfish are launching an animation development program exclusively for African directors and writers.
“Sword in the Stone” is the latest live-action Disney remake. Thankfully, we’ve got a chart to keep track of it now.
How often does Disney make sequels, spinoffs, and remakes based on its animated features? This chart explains.
Disneyland and animation have gone hand-in-hand for 60 years now.
Johnny Pemberton used a crude sexual insult to describe commenters of this site.
The actor let the news slip during a film festival in Ireland.
Disney is tearing down one of its last symbolic ties to the craft of hand-drawn animation.
The silver lining: Brad Bird is returning to animation.
CEO Bob Iger has driven the Disney Company to record profits. But how long will his strategy work?
A first look at Disney’s next feature film.
Rarities like “Lorenzo” and “Tick Tock Tale” will be released alongside recent favorites like “Feast,” “Paperman,” and “Frozen …
The complete restored soundtracks from all 75 Silly Symphony shorts will be available for the first time.
Starting in 2017, Disney’s popular retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale comes to life as an animated TV series.
The memorably phantasmagoric finale of Fantasia is getting its own live-action spinoff.
John Lasseter says that Disney and Pixar will aim to increase diversity onscreen—and hopefully offscreen too.
Does the Avenger owe his movie makeover to an independently created comic?
Ever imagined what classic Disney villains would be like as teenagers?
The sequences were originally supposed to appear in the film itself.
But the fight isn’t over yet. Animation artists have 30 days to produce new evidence.
Christopher Robin returns to the Hundred Acre Wood; what he finds there may surprise!