Check out U.S. animation highlights of the coming weeks.
The spread of the Delta variant, coupled with vaccine mandates, may have done for the film’s theatrical release.
The film will come out on August 13 in over 240 countries and territories.
Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Hulu all lost market share too, even as their subscriptions climbed.
Meanwhile, songwriter Alan Menken became the 16th person to have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.
Please, voters, just don’t pick “The Simpsons” again.
The three most-nominated animation series are all Disney productions.
The artistic director of Minnow Mountain, the studio that produced the rotoscoping for the Amazon series “Undone,” runs through the advantages of TVPaint.
In the tv animation industry, production techniques are reduced to a binary decision of 2d or cgi. “Undone” shows that it doesn’t need to be that way.
We take an in-depth look at the animation strategy at each of the major U.S. streaming services.
All eight episodes of the series will launch on September 13.
Amazon Studios is pivoting from kids’ content to series for older and broader audiences.
Directed by Hisko Hulsing and co-created by “Bojack Horseman” creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg, “Undone” looks like a must-watch.
BBC and Netflix’s “Watership Down” and Disney Junior’s “Elena of Avalor” received the most nominations for an animated production this year.
Based on the Double Fine Productions role-playing video game, the upcoming Amazon Prime Video series is produced by Frederator Studios.
A new study reveals valuable insights into online consumption habits by teens.
A look at new and upcoming animation series for tv and streaming.
In addition to Rocky and Bullwinkle, Dreamworks is also producing a new “Kung Fu Panda” series for Amazon.
Amazon Studios is developing an adult animated series with the help of “Sausage Party” director Conrad Vernon.
Amazon is expanding its original animation offerings with the Emmy-winning Ghibli series “Ronja, The Robber’s Daughter.”
Amazon Studios, which produces original content for the streaming site Amazon Prime, has announced production on three new animated kids pilots.
Just when you thought Netflix was gobbling up all of the high quality kids programming, Amazon Prime Instant Video announces a licensing agreement with Aardman Animations for online streaming in the United States.