Five years in the making, the ecological fantasy feature topped the Chinese box office last year.
Even after the pandemic, more people will want to watch new releases at home than in theaters, a new survey finds.
These upcoming animated features are from Asia, South America, and Europe.
“I don’t see [France’s] cinema theatre as any riskier than school,” says Xavier Albert, Universal Pictures France’s managing director.
The trade body for the sector has slammed Disney’s decision in a statement.
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.
Lawsuits, bankruptcies, Weinstein: “Animal Crackers” faced them all.
Movie theater lobbyists are saying theaters should reopen across the U.S.; medical experts say otherwise.
Goro Miyazaki’s feature will be released by longtime Ghibli distributor Gkids.
France, the Netherlands, and Switzerland are among the countries that will see the Great Dane on the big screen.
Are you ready for a Japanese musical period piece about a cursed theater performer and a blind lute player?
The film will launch on SVOD and streaming next year.
Ever-reliable animation distributor GKIDS has acquired North American distribution rights to the indie Japanese animated feature On-Gaku: …
Large swathes of the U.S. exhibition sector are intending to reopen over the coming month, but will anyone show up?
The film is the most high-profile indie animated title so far to skip theatrical release as a result of the coronavirus.
“The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run” is currently due to hit theaters on August 7 — among the earliest scheduled releases in the calendar.
“Trolls World Tour” did well on video-on-demand. Universal wants to repeat the formula. Theaters are furious.
Get drunk with your director, treat them like a spouse, and be ready to annoy them. This worked for Nicolas Schmerkin, at least.