It’s the second Moonbug acquisition this year; in February the company purchased the Little Angel Youtube franchise.
The company recently teamed with Cartoon Network to launch a talent incubator for artists from underrepresented communities.
The three dropped animated projects are ‘Wings of Fire,’ ‘Antiracist Baby,’ and ‘With Kind Regards From Kindergarten.’
DNEG is currently working on several Netflix titles including Stranger Things, Nimona, and The School for Good and Evil.
Framestore has worked on blockbusters including the ‘Paddington’ films, several Marvel titles, and ‘Pokémon Detective Pikachu,’ among others.
Ascheim’s position has been eliminated as a result of the Warnermedia/Discovery merger.
The company envisions its Lottie format as a replacement for GIFs.
The streamer also released a trailer for their first Colorido co-production ‘Drifting Home.’
Sunrise, the Japanese studio behind Mobile Suit Gundam and Cowboy Bebop, is now part of Bandai Namco Filmworks.
The company’s stock price has tumbled by over two-thirds since October’s record high.
A look at how Russian animation producers are trying to adapt as companies in the U.S., Europe, and Australia have halted their purchases of Russian children’s content due to the invasion of Ukraine.
Toho saw its animation-driven revenues double over the past year, and will look to continue that growth in Japan and abroad.
The company allows you to buy, sell, and create cg clothes for your personal animated character.
Baobab Studios has added two animation directors, two games directors, and a new director of marketing in its latest round of appointments.
Although the company works entirely in the cloud, it is opening a new studio hub in Berlin.
The three companies will work together to “create new social entertainment exploring the connection between digital and physical worlds.”
Discovery and Warnermedia have now merged into Warner Bros. Discovery.
One creator was recently threatened with a 1,650% price increase for video hosting.
Riot now holds a significant non-controlling stake in Paris-based Fortiche.
The new pricing tier will help Disney reach its goal of 230-260 million subscribers by 2024.