The writers of “The Meg” are writing a script for a project that has been in development off-and-on for the last 25 years.
Only for one week! See these incredibly rare and fully-restored Hungarian animated films.
Cartoon Brew speaks to the organizer of “Dover Boys Reanimated,” a fun recreation of a classic animated film.
This could well be the must-buy Blu-ray animation release of 2018.
Thirty years after audiences first visited Toontown, the story of the film is being told.
It’s been 20 years since Chris Landreth’s groundbreaking short “Bingo” showed the world what Maya 1.0 could do.
An incredible-sounding new book about Marc Davis will be published soon.
Popeye is making a comeback.
He was a master of limited television animation, and proved that it can be as fun and creative as full animation.
Nearly fifty years after his death, Czech animation master Jiri Trnka will finally receive his first complete U.S. retrospective in a touring theatrical show that starts later this month.
A master of animation design and caricature, T. Hee also had another career as a designer of Christmas cards.
Made at the height of the 2d animation boom in the United States, “Anastasia” was the highest-grossing film that Don Bluth and Gary Goldman ever made.
The Woody Woodpecker live-action/cg hybrid is almost here — at least if you live in Brazil.
For the first time, every single black-&-white Porky Pig cartoon is being released onto home video.
“The Jetsons” — in the flesh!
Before “Frozen” and “Zootopia,” there was a film called “Oilspot and Lipstick.”
Classic cartoons available anytime, anywhere, and on any screen is the pitch from Turner and Warner Bros., who will soon launch a new U.S.-only video subscription service.
The first Brazilian animated film was shown in theaters on January 22, 1917.
The one and only time that Walt Disney held a beauty pageant for the studio’s artists.