Walt Disney Animation Studios released a teaser today for “Encanto,” its sixtieth animated feature.
“Remy, the Ratatouille, the rat of all my dreams / I praise you, oh Ratatouille, may the world remember your name.”
This one’s for superfans of classic Disney.
Hired by Disney as a teen, Champion acted out movements which animators then rotoscoped.
The first trailer for Raya and the Last Dragon, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ first original animated feature since 2016’s Moana, …
“In the years leading up to this crisis,” writes Warren, “your company prioritized the enrichment of executives and stockholders.”
“Covid accelerated the rate at which we made this transition,” said CEO Bob Chapek, “but [it] was going to happen anyway.”
The trade body for the sector has slammed Disney’s decision in a statement.
Jen Hurler looks at the mass layoffs announced at the Walt Disney Company and whether they could have been avoided if the company had more sustainable business practices.
Barry Jenkins, known for the Oscar-winning “Moonlight,” is in the animation director’s chair for the first time.
The lawsuit alleges that Disney has used Evel Knievel’s likeness, reputation, and image without the consent of his estate.
As things stand, “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Luca,” and “Ron’s Gone Wrong” will all come out between March and June.
She worked as a visual development artist, character designer, and story artist on most of Disney’s 2d features of the 1990s.
What is going on with “Raya and the Last Dragon”?
“I was told by certain Disney leadership that I could NOT represent any form of bi or gay relationship,” said Dana Terrace.
Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale would rather you just watched their film.
Mary Costa says she has received an “exponential amount of mail” during the coronavirus pandemic that is impossible to answer.
On the upside, the Disney+ streaming service has passed 60 million subscribers in less than nine months.
Two hours of real talk from the iconic Dan Haskett.
The Content Genome could help in-house artists, as well as serving “business intelligence.”