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.
This one’s for superfans of classic Disney.
“The Fandom” premieres this evening on Youtube.
Two newly digitized sets of flipbooks highlight the links between animation, live action, and print.
Don’t blink or you’ll miss some of these tributes in “Scoob!”
Children’s books, sitcom parodies, Lego animation: the crisis is bringing out the best in artists the world over.
Writers and storyboarders should talk more. Animation directors should be repped by the DGA. Oh, and Western shows sound better in Japanese.
Here’s a Disney remake we didn’t see coming.
The redesign has a new feature.
An ambitious fan film about “The Iron Giant” – forty years later.
This new publication was launched by The Animation Guild, the union that represents animation workers in Los Angeles.
‘The Emoji Movie’ and ‘Captain Underpants’ have made history in Saudi Arabia.
Getting the girl is easy if you use the “Lasseter Method.”
This doesn’t happen often, but animators Kirsten Lepore and Bill Plympton have been the subject of discussion on recent late-night talk shows.
Famous cartoon voice actors are having fun with America’s incoming president, Donald Trump.
Why has “The Little Prince” been ignored this award season?