The new changes leave Paramount’s “Sponge on the Run” as the only theatrical animation release of summer 2020.
Hint: it helps to have yodeling.
An all-star team of former Disney talents decided to bring hand-drawn animation back in 2012. Their film was never made. For the first time, the project’s sizzle reel is being shared…
The coronavirus has pushed other releases back — and may still do the same with these two.
Netflix is getting on board for a “Dragon’s Lair” revival.
Japan’s favorite gentleman thief returns in his first cg outing.
The days of exclusive theatrical windows will eventually come to an end. Coronavirus is simply speeding up the process.
With nearly all U.S. theaters shut down for the foreseeable future, companies like Disney are adapting in real-time.
Amidst a nationwide lockdown in France, production has halted on “Minions: The Rise of Gru.”
The number of theaters that have gone dark runs well into the thousands.
Here’s a film that somehow manages to look both derivative and original at the same time.
“Trolls World Tour” will be the guinea pig in a major experiment for Hollywood film studios.
The Walt Disney Company is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak on all fronts.
Welcome to The Great Before.
The Spanish sales agency has picked up international rights to Espinet’s debut feature, which is based on his graphic novel.
The film’s global opening could break the $100-million mark, despite turmoil caused by the coronavirus.
The projects include feature films, series, games, and works of augmented and virtual reality.
Human marionettes, Chinese mythology, and sex ed, Danish-style: here’s what caught our eye on the co-production forum’s first day.
Uli Meyer speaks to Cartoon Brew about the challenges of adapting Ronald Searle’s artwork to animation.
The film, which is produced by “Spider-Verse” duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller, was formerly titled “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines.”