“Despicable Me,” the most financially successful theatrical animation franchise of all-time, has unlikely roots in an independent Spanish studio.
Illumination, makers of “Sing” and “Secret Life of Pets,” doesn’t play by the standard rules of Hollywood feature animation. Here’s one way they’re breaking the rules.
The Producers Guild of America likes Disney Company animated films—A LOT.
Why is a guy who made his reputation in vfx taking over a character animation studio? We’ve got some theories.
Chris deFaria, the voice of Peppermint Patty in 1970s Peanuts specials, is now top dog at Dreamworks Animation.
The complete list of songs that appear in Illumination’s “Sing.”
We’ve got a lot to talk about.
A Comcast deal could potentially spell the end of Dreamworks’ feature animation division.
Imagine ‘American Idol’ with an all-animal cast.
2016 is shaping up to be the year of the animated animal feature, and “Sing” just might be the quirkiest film of the bunch.