The Oscar-winning Black-owned studio will use the funds to expand its staff, media library, and acquisitions.
The acquisition includes ‘The World of David the Gnome,’ ‘Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds,’ ‘Around the World with Willy Fog,’ and ‘Bernard Bear.’
Golden Wolf CEO and founder Ingi Erlingsson will become Doodles’ new chief content officer.
Superprod is the first French studio to deploy a pipeline based on the Pixar tech.
Nickelodeon Animation Studios’ production workers now represent the largest bargaining unit of production workers to organize under TAG.
The company pulled in nearly a quarter-billion dollars at the Japanese box office, surpassing its previous record set in 2009.
Based in L.A., Levy will head the development and production of original IP in short-form and long-form content and oversee co-productions.
Chosen for its central location for commuting employees, the studio has loads of natural light and green spaces, among other green features.
Fiumara takes on the newly created role after most recently working as vp of streaming content at Walt Disney Animation studios.
The studio also worked on Netflix’s ‘The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf,’ ‘Centaurworld,’ and ‘Love, Death + Robots.’
Iger is back, but only for two years, and the search is on to find a successor sooner rather than later.
According to The Animation Guild, Nickelodeon’s lawyers are pushing to divide workers based on job title to unnecessarily prolong the unionization process.
In the battle for American feature animation supremacy, NBCUniversal’s chief takes a shot at struggling competitor Disney.
A detailed timeline of Chapek’s missteps while in charge at the House of Mouse.
The new animation division’s first production will be the former Blue Sky Studios feature ‘Nimona,’ releasing on Netflix in 2023.
At the end of his current two-year term as CEO, Iger will resume the consultancy role he started last year.
The companies previously collaborated for 650 hours of content on Nickelodeon’s ‘LEGO City Adventures.’
The market was bullish after the news, with Disney shares up 10% in pre-market trading on Monday.
In fact, Hasbro plans to lean even harder on major franchises such as ‘Peppa Pig,’ ‘Transformers,’ and ‘My Little Pony.’
The studio will be helmed by Oscar-winning vfx supervisor Andrew Jackson, an Australian native and veteran of the ‘Mad Max’ franchise.