This company says a hint of pipe tobacco blended with a dash of vanilla captures the “masculine yet delicate” aroma of Disney’s office.
The U.K. prime minister likes Peppa Pig, even if the character looks like “a Picasso-like hairdryer.”
SeeU vs. Mavis: spot the difference.
“Back off, jackass — I wasn’t looking at your wife!”
“[A]fter it came out, I realized this is really not appropriate for children,” says the comedian of the film he co-wrote and starred in.
Studson tracked the whole process in an in-depth how-to video. Watch it here.
At this restaurant in Houston, diners can order a Bikini Bottom Blast cocktail and take photos with Spongebob himself – just don’t tell ViacomCBS.
His current, and most ambitious, project to date is a 60-frame cycle of Koko the Clown dancing.
Independent animator Cas van de Pol tells us how he organically grew his following into a hit Youtube channel.
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The news comes amid renewed controversy about the character’s aggressively sexual behavior.
Only around 11,000 people habitually speak Gaelic. The BBC wants to change that — and animation is at the heart of its strategy.
More than 60 years after the deaths, there has been a breakthrough in the case — and Disney was involved.
After a false start, Big Dave is finally on auction.
Josh Weinstein wants to know which gags you didn’t get.
This may be the most “2020” bit of entertainment news we’ve heard.
“Remy, the Ratatouille, the rat of all my dreams / I praise you, oh Ratatouille, may the world remember your name.”
The local programmers of “The Tom and Jerry Show” are road-testing a new idea: the “thoughtover.”
A playful riff on the experience of quarantine that combines Tex Avery and street art.