There’s been a slight adjustment at the top of Hollywood’s biggest movie studio. Here’s what that means.
Disney has subjected the company that bears her name to her harshest criticism yet.
Clifton’s appointment builds on her collaboration with the company on two upcoming series, “Lena!” and “Harriet the Spy.”
The deal cements a relationship between Crawford and the studio that stretches back to 2006.
The new venture will leverage the proprietary Trioscope technology, which marries live-action performances and animated environments.
The John Lasseter-led studio’s films are currently set up at Paramount and dated for 2022.
As part of their deal, they will identify and develop other Disney projects from emerging and diverse talent.
Almost 800 episodes of kids’ programming have been added to the streaming service, which is also getting new parental controls.
The deal comes as CBS Studios grows its young animation division.
New data on France’s animation production and market has been released by the CNC (the country’s national film board) and trade association Animfrance.
The studio’s first project will be “Dex and the Humanimals,” a 2d comedy-action series produced with Epic Storyworlds.
The start-up, which buys and develops preschool IP, bills itself as “one of the largest digital media companies in the world.”
A major new report reveals the mixed state of France’s animation industry.
The sale, if approved, will represent a major consolidation of global anime streaming and distribution.
The “Tenet” director is among the many industry figures condemning the studio’s radical new plan.
Jason Tammemägi and Ailbhe McCabe will help grow the Oscar-nominated studio’s slate of features and series.
Carroll joins the company as it rapidly grows its production capacity and develops its slate of original content.
In the U.S., a full 17 films will be released day-and-date in cinemas and on HBO Max. The movie industry will likely never look the same again.
The two entertainment giants will team up to “create stories tailored for current and future platforms.”
As Stoopid Buddy grows its slate of adult animated series, Johnson joins the company in a newly created role.