“The Secret Life of Pets” makes no bones about its aim to launch an arsenal of non-stop animal gags.
The most extensive look yet at Steve Martino’s reinvention of “Peanuts.”
“Get Smurfy” is the title of Sony’s first all-CGI Smurfs film, and features a separate cast from its live-action predecessors.
Patrick Osborne, armed with an Oscar, brings Noelle Stevenson’s comic to the screen.
A first look at Disney’s next feature film.
Directed by “Cow and Chicken” creator David Feiss, “Open Season: Scared Silly” arrives next spring.
Scheduled for arrival in late 2016, Zeptolab’s CG-feature film explores Om Nom’s origin story.
Check out this exclusive movie poster premiere for “The Prophet,” which hits U.S. theaters on August 7, 2015.
The fairytale mashup will be distributed by Shout! Factory .
The memorably phantasmagoric finale of Fantasia is getting its own live-action spinoff.
The film arrives in American theaters this November.
The director of “Juno” and “Up in the Air” will make an animated feature based on the Caldecott-winning children’s book.
The classic Hanna-Barbera TV series will get new life as a live-action feature film franchise.
Nick Park’s iconic design style has gone prehistoric.
French filmmakers offer their twist on American superhero films.
The Hungarian animation director opens up on his more than 50 years in animation.
The video game stars are finally getting their long-awaited big screen outing.
A small team of Cape Town-based artists are set to pitch their feature film at Annecy.
Hasbro’s treatment of series creator Christy Marx is nothing to sing about.
An Australian in New York City makes his first animated feature.
Robin Williams also stars, in what appears to be one of his final performances, as a horny talking dog.
The two companies will work together to create films that “both entertain and encourage children across the world.”
The brakes have been applied on the new project from the ‘Ice Age’ director.
The stop-motion director takes on his first feature film since ‘Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit’.
The debut stop motion feature from an Aardman alum will screen in competition at Annecy.