Tag: Sony Pictures Animation
Genndy Tartakovsky’s feature continues to surprise everyone with stronger-than-expected box office numbers.
The two best-opening Sony Animation movies have now been directed by Genndy Tartakovsky.
A leaked Sony email reveals part of the decision-making process that led Sony executives to hire Kristine Belson as the head of their animation division.
LEGO and pixels move aside…it’s Emoji’s turn!
Mavis and company will arrive on TV in 2017.
Genndy Tartakovsky’s monstrous goofballs are going to California.
“Get Smurfy” is the title of Sony’s first all-CGI Smurfs film, and features a separate cast from its live-action predecessors.
Directed by “Cow and Chicken” creator David Feiss, “Open Season: Scared Silly” arrives next spring.
But the fight isn’t over yet. Animation artists have 30 days to produce new evidence.
An all-animal retelling of the Christian Nativity story has risen this Easter Weekend.
Director Kelly Asbury says the story “was not fully in the place we wanted it to be yet.”
The Oscar-nominated director speaks to Cartoon Brew about making an “online DVD.”
“It was hard to let Popeye go,” says Genndy Tartakovsky.
Our first look at Genndy Tartakovsky’s “Hotel Transylvania 2.”
In the role that he held for seven years, Osher oversaw Sony Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Sony Pictures Animation has named Kristine Belson as the new president of its Sony Pictures Animation division.
The major studios filed a motion last Friday in federal court asking a judge to dismiss the antitrust wage-fixing lawsuit that had been filed by animation industry employees.
“LEGO Movie” Phil Lord and Chris Miller turned down an offer to run Sony Animation because “it’s too hard to do great work there.”
Animation veteran Uli Meyer recounts what happened when he shared his wage with co-workers on “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”
Sony tries to trick animation students with “advice” on how to be a successful employee at their studio.
The wage-theft scheme operated by major American animation studios continues to grow with no end in sight.
Halifax, Canada-based media company DHX Media has signed a deal with Sony Pictures Animation to adapt “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” into a “traditionally-animated” TV series.
In a nice bit of Halloween-themed marketing savvy, Sony has released a free character rig of a zombie bellhop from “Hotel Transylvania.”
Sony Pictures Animation just debuted on its YouTube channel an exclusive animation test from Genndy Tartakovsky’s “Popeye” CG feature.
Sony Animation has posted this nicely produced nine-minute profile of Lauren Faust, who is developing their “Medusa” feature.
Shocking details of wage-theft conspiracy emerge in a class action lawsuit filed against DreamWorks, Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Digital Domain 3.0, Sony Pictures Imageworks and others.