Jérémy Clapin’s highly-anticipated feature film directorial debut will premiere at Cannes.
The hand-drawn feature will be part of Cannes’ Un Certain Regard section.
Universal is shifting around release dates for films from its Illumination and Dreamworks studios.
Nearly half of Annecy’s feature film selections come from Asia this year.
Can Laika’s “Missing Link” break out at the box office?
These highly individualistic and bold animated features are guaranteed to challenge and inspire filmgoers.
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.
“Weathering with You” opens in Japanese cinemas on July 19, 2019.
“What we do at Laika is to take this style of filmmaking, which is…about artists using their hands to bring something to life, and blend that with technologies,” says Laika president Travis Knight.
The film will open in U.S. theaters in October.
Moore says Sony will allow him to “really push the envelope when it comes to visual style and breadth of storytelling.”
STX, which is also releasing “Uglydolls,” will now release a second animated feature in the U.S. this year.
Toho will release the movie in Japan on August 2, 2019.
The cg character designs appear to be fairly faithful to the original print cartoons of Charles Addams.
The festival will present 15 features from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, many of which will be making their Asian or Chinese premieres at the festival.
De-ageing visual effects have certainly been done before, but never to this scale.
Disney’s $170 million production isn’t receiving the reception the studio had hoped for.
“Klaus” is now expected to compete for an Academy Award.
Warner Bros. has been on a decade-long odyssey to make this film. It’s finally happening.