More than 75 pitches flooded the floors of Toulouse’s congress building this week at Cartoon Forum, Europe’s premier animated tv series …
Creators and producers from across Europe brought their top projects to Toulouse this week, pitching to potential partners.
Amazon’s streaming service has acquired the rights to both seasons of the show and released a trailer for season two.
In Superprod’s new action-packed fantasy series, soccer isn’t just a sport, it’s the world’s only salvation.
The series impressive cg animation is handled by Sublimation and iconic Japanese action film director Takashi Miike is supervising director.
The creator and EP also explains the changes his team made to adapt the Oscar-winning short as an animated series in ‘Young Love.’
The company behind the series will also establish a fund to return money to investors affected by the situation and destroy all NFTs in its possession or control.
The family-friendly series will debut on Hulu and Peacock on October 2.
The label’s first project is ‘Soap,’ a workplace comedy about a bar of hotel soap that’s tired of cleaning up other people’s messes.
Warner Bros. Japan announced its rebooting the 1980s manga as a streaming series “using [the] latest animation technology.”
Co-showrunner talks us through a ton of behind-the-scenes artwork and explains the guidelines his staff followed.
Video game adaptations have been hit-or-miss for a long time, but if anyone has figured out how to make them work, it’s Netflix.
‘The Monkey King’ held firm in second place on Netflix’s English-language film top 10 list.
Early reactions are praising the adaptation’s adherence to the spirit of the original manga and anime.
Hulu will debut Dan Harmon’s new series ‘Krapopolis,’ Max is bringing back the ‘Tiny Toons,’ and Netflix will say goodbye to ‘Disenchantment.’
Iron Circus Animation will produce a new five-episode season, three mini-episodes, and release them along with the viral pilot on Blu-ray.
Four previous winners from broadcast tv and a stand-alone special from Netflix make up this year’s field of nominees.
The show, featuring almost all of the 2010 film’s actors voicing their characters, will debut on Netflix on November 17.
The show already has a trailer that will appear ahead of 50th anniversary screenings of ‘Enter the Dragon’ next week.
The major delay has created some interesting timeline possibilities and dropped the Emmys smack in the middle of the winter awards season.