“The Nut Job 2” broke an all-time cinematic record for people NOT seeing a film.
Bow to your new cartoon overlords: Gru and his minions have become the top-grossing animation franchise of all-time.
Nothing can keep Americans from watching “The Emoji Movie.”
With over $600 million in global box office, “Despicable Me 3” is a success, but one aspect of the film’s performance should cause concern for Universal.
Chinese audiences are turning out for Gru and his Minions.
“Cars 3” opened more poorly than the other two films in the Disney-Pixar-franchise, but it’s still a big winner for Disney.
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.
Illumination doesn’t publish ‘art of’ books for its films, but you can still get a behind-the-scenes look at how their films are designed.
Defying critics, box office pundits, and even the studio that made the film, audiences have turned out to see “Monster Trucks.”
Why is a guy who made his reputation in vfx taking over a character animation studio? We’ve got some theories.