For our review roundup, we opted to focus on the few – very few in fact – reviews which addressed the film’s cgi work.
Brazil, Chile, and Mexico lead the way with six nominations apiece.
A24 has dropped the trailer for Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, coming to theaters this summer.
20th Century Studios released a new trailer for The Bob’s Burgers Movie today, providing a more detailed look at the Belcher family’s transition to the big screen.
Critics are praising the film’s nostalgic appeal and Linklater’s novel approach to first person storytelling
The film will stream on Shudder beginning June 16 and is set to be accompanied by a limited theatrical release.
The film marks the solo feature directorial debut of Disney veteran Chris Williams.
The perfect response to yesterday’s events.
Studio promos for animated films tend to cut from the same cloth, but here’s an idea we’ve never seen before.
Awards season comes to a close this weekend with the Oscars, which makes it an ideal time to review some of our key coverage of this year’s Oscar-nominated features and shorts.
“I, Chihuahua” tells the story of a dog named Chacho who dons a lucha libre mask to become Luchacho.
Moore will create, develop, and produce original animated features for the John Lasseter-led studio.
Set in a futuristic cyberpunk world, “HITPIG” is created by Berkeley Breathed and directed by David Feiss and Cinzia Angelini.
“Encanto” could have easily become a Mirabel and Bruno buddy story, but “from the beginning we knew we didn’t want to fall into that trope,” explained Byron Howard.
Jansen’s masterful integration of archival footage, audio recording, and animation was key to the success of three-time Oscar-nominated “Flee.”
Puss in Boots may have nine lives, but how many lives did this production have?
Two of the frontrunners in the Oscar race for best animated feature traded awards on Sunday evening.
Netflix won 20 of 31 categories.
“Magical puberty transformation” is not a standard Pixar film description, and that’s refreshing.
Say employees: “We at Pixar have personally witnessed beautiful stories, full of diverse characters, come back from Disney corporate reviews shaved down to crumbs of what they once were.”