“Storks” didn’t connect with audiences. Was it simply a poor film or another WB marketing goof-up?
Warner Bros. is getting ready to launch its first feature since “The Lego Movie.”
From new visions to revivals of lost wonders, next year’s incoming animated features reach far and wide.
Directed by Doug Sweetland and Nicholas Stoller, the film will debut next September.
It’s a unique instance of animation and live-action directing talent co-directing a film.
If you love animation, you’ll want to check out this list of animated features that will be released in 2015.
Following the success of the “LEGO Movie”—$457 million to date—Warner Bros. is getting back into feature animation in a big way.