Nippon executives will take over Ghibli’s business in October, although the studio will maintain complete creative independence.
Thanks to a new report by CNBC’s Alex Sherman, we now know far more about the tumultuous period from 2020-2022 when The Walt Disney …
In an SEC filing made on Tuesday, WBD adjusted its 2023 earnings forecast by between $300M-$500M.
The actor’s union SAG-AFTRA could strike against video game companies if they can’t come to an agreement on the use of artificial intelligence in game production.
The company hopes to exploit the Care Bears IP in much the same way Mattel has done with Barbie this summer.
Tracking layoffs across the animation, vfx, and gaming industries.
The layoffs are part of a larger restructuring happening at parent company EA, which is cutting 6% of its global workforce.
Hasbro Entertainment has appointed a trio of former eOne bosses to lead its film, tv, animation, and digital media businesses.
Invisible Universe runs an IP-driven animation studio that builds audiences for its properties online before seeking traditional distribution.
And could separating linear tv operations from the rest of the company signal a future sale to a larger entity like Apple or Alphabet?
The shutdown comes as parent company Disney is looking to cut 7,000 jobs and save $5.5B this year.
Pixar’s president offers some good reasons for why ‘Elemental’ cost $200 million to produce.
“Hasbro will continue to develop and produce entertainment based on the rich vault of Hasbro-owned brands,” said Hasbro CEO Chris Cocks.
The Toronto-based company cancelled or prematurely closed the touring Disney exhibit in a number of cities last month.
With competitive incentives, a young and talented workforce, and progressive culture programs, Malaysia has become a SE Asian animation hub.
The finance and production company behind ‘The Willoughbys’ and ‘The Adams Family’ says it has been struggling since the pandemic.
The move is aimed at attracting and keeping more theatrical animation production in the U.K.
The new owner, Integrated Media Company, plans to “expand [Toon Boom’s] platform into new markets and to introduce ground-breaking products.”
“Bob has once again set Disney on the right strategic path for ongoing value creation,” says Disney’s chairman of the board of directors.
Toon City Vancouver will specialize in both traditional and digital services, with an eye towards co-production opportunities.