If you described today’s announcement of a “Lion King” remake as a ‘live-action film,’ you really shouldn’t be covering the film industry.
The Jungle Book
“Zootopia” reached the milestone just two days before its Blu-ray release.
Will Rovio’s big gamble on “Angry Birds” pay off?
Rainmaker’s approach to video game adaptations may need a rethink, while Disney is obliterating box office records in 2016.
The ninth weekend of Disney’s “Zootopia” outperformed its new competition, “Ratchet & Clank.”
What do you call a ‘live-action’ film that’s 90% animated?
Both of Disney’s animated films in theaters right now are huge hits.
Another animated film takes over the top spot at the U.S. box office.
Jon Favreau’s dark reboot screens like a terrorized tale drained of humor, compared to Wolfgang Reitherman’s amiable 1967 feature.
In his never-ending quest to be recognized as a serious thespian, character actor Andy Serkis continues to minimize the role of the animators who make his performances possible. With each interview he gives, Serkis seems to do more and more of the work, and the animators less and less. About the only thing Serkis doesn’t do at this point is build his own motion capture rigs and provide his own craft services.