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Category: Feature Film
The Rob Schneider-vehicle from Lionsgate features a polar bear who goes to New York City.
The Pez feature will “touch the hearts of many,” claim its producers.
Director Ash Brannon, animation studio Reel FX, and actors Luke Wilson and Eddie Izzard are all involved in this Chinese animated feature.
Chinese distributor Flame Node is also expected to co-produce Wizart’s “Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice.”
It’s the second high-profile feature directing gig for Patrick Osborne this year.
It’s the fifth feature in a cartoon series that you probably haven’t heard about in the West.
Critics pretty much couldn’t stand Adam Sandler’s videogame vehicle, but who couldn’t see that coming?
The film promises Chinese animation like you’ve never seen before.
Egg-citing news from Mexico!
LEGO and pixels move aside…it’s Emoji’s turn!
Our first extended look at the world of Pixar’s “Good Dinosaur.”
A cheese-loving man and his genius dog get the Hollywood love they deserve.
The actor let the news slip during a film festival in Ireland.
The ‘Minions’ is a hit with audiences and a miss with critics. Who got it right?
Illumination has optioned Mofac Alfred’s online hit ‘Johnny Express’ and made a first-look pact with the studio.
Illumination/Universal’s push to make its Minions a household name is reaching into some kooky corners.
Remastered with two new scenes, Brad Bird’s animated masterpiece of war and peace is returning for a very limited engagement.
How many Americans even know ‘Shaun the Sheep’ has a feature film coming out in less than a month?
Alvin, Simon, and Theodore are going on a road trip…
The follow-up fantasy-noir thriller from the makers of “A Cat in Paris” will receive a North American release.
Sanrio plans to release the film in 2019.
“Top Cat Begins” arrives October 9 in Mexico from Warner Bros. Pictures.
Studio 4°C and Ankama’s kinetic adaptation of the French comics hit arrives 2017 in France.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s monstrous goofballs are going to California.
Pete Docter’s latest smashes opening weekend box office record for an original film.