The Golden Globes, awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., has revised its rules for the animated feature category. The winner of the category has gone on to win the Oscar in six of the last seven years.
The Wind Rises
The DreamWorks feature “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” directed by Rob Minkoff, opened in the United States this weekend with an estimated $32.5 million. The film settled for second place behind “300: Rise of An Empire.”
It’s a special day for directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. Their film “Frozen” will win the Best Animated Feature Oscar on the day that it crosses $1 billion in global box office revenue. It becomes, along with “Toy Story 3,” only the second animated feature to achieve this distinction, and the 18th film overall.
Oscar-nominated “The Wind Rises,” Hayao Miyazaki’s last feature film (until he makes another one), opens in limited release today.
See which animated features, shorts, and VFX films from 2013 are nominated for an Oscar!
From mainstream releases to independent foreign productions, we’ve got a guide to the animated feature releases that you can look forward to in 2014.
This morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominations for its Golden Globes award. The 71st edition of the Golden Globes will be presented on Sunday, January 12.
The Boston Society of Film Critics and Los Angeles Film Critics Association have announced their best animated features of the year.
Yesterday, the New York Film Critics Circle announced their 2013 award winners, and their choice for the year’s best animated film was Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Wind Rises.”