Seibert has played a key role in the development of many hit series, including “Adventure Time,” “The Powerpuff Girls,” and “The Fairly Oddparents.”
Post-pandemic, the British studio will adopt a new flexible work model. Co-founder Tom Box tells us how it will work.
Thirty-nine territories across Latin America and the Caribbean will get HBO Max in June.
Disney will no longer complete production on Blue Sky’s “Nimona.”
The “Rick and Morty” co-creator is cooking up an adult series set in ancient Greece.
Around 150 workers in Los Angeles and Montreal are reportedly affected by the shutdown.
Keane’s newly created post is executive vice president of production and operations.
It’s about “a boy named Sunny who must learn to control his emotions because his emotions control the sun.”
A new report by Deloitte found that Americans are changing the streaming services they use more frequently than ever.
Quaroni spent 24 years at Pixar, most recently as its vice president of software r&d.
The executive was previously overseeing development at the John Lasseter-led Skydance Animation.
The media conglomerate has had a rough 2020, with production revenues falling 53.7% year-on-year in the third quarter.
The production company is getting serious about animation.
Disney Channel has also renewed “Big City Greens” for a third season.
The company will “tap into” the fan base of the “Full House” franchise.
A new analysis of data shows that the streaming wars have yet to really begin.
In a Youtube video, Calderon appraises the major studios’ strategies, praises the industry’s growing diversity, and singles out the companies that deserve more airtime.
The vector-based 2d animation software will continue to release new updates under the guidance of its creator, Mike Clifton.
The new offices “enable storytellers to tap Weta’s production pipeline and work with concept designers, animation supervisors, and other key creatives,” says CEO Prem Akkaraju.