Welcome to our new regular round-up of animated feature projects in the pipeline.
The film will be helmed by vfx veteran Wendy Rogers (“Shrek,” “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”) in her directorial debut.
It’s one of four upcoming animated and hybrid features being developed as part of a partnership between Imagine Entertainment and Animal Logic.
Paramount Animation is aiming to boost its output to two animated features a year starting in 2020.
“Captain Marvel” had the sixth-biggest worldwide opening in history, and the second highest debut for a Marvel movie.
Here’s a new frontier for animated feature film promotions: airline safety videos.
You can’t have an animated film trailer in 2018 without mocking the patriarchy, but acknowledging the problem is not the same as addressing the problem.
Never underestimate the audience’s appetite for cg creatures in real environments.
A very candid chat about the challenges of making of “Peter Rabbit.”
The studio looked to real world reference for water, sand, fire, and smoke in their latest Lego movie.
The cg/live-action hybrid updates the classic Beatrix Potter stories.
Eyeing big profits, another live-action production company joins the animation fray.
How Chris McKay immersed himself in the world of Batman for the latest Lego adventure.
To launch the new year, Cartoon Brew is delighted to announce the return of our popular job listings service, covering employment opportunities in animation, vfx, and gaming studios.
Meet the many and varied members of the rogues’ gallery from the upcoming film.
Baby Groot for the win!
Animal Logic explains how they created expressive, cartoony animation for their short without squash and stretch and other animation principles.
The new one-year program, in partnership with University of Technology Sydney, will launch in 2017.
A first look at the next entry in the Lego feature animation franchise.
The animation studio that made “The Lego Movie” wants to make “Astro Boy” popular again, too.
Animal Logic is set to produce five LEGO-related movies over the next few years.
The studio behind “The Lego Movie” is growing in a big way.
The nominees for the 2015 BAFTA Film Awards, the British equivalent of the Academy Awards, were announced yesterday.
What do you get when you cross a British reality TV show host, the studio that made “Happy Feet,” and an 84-year-old cartoon sex symbol? You may not have to wait long to find out.
Anyone who is remotely interested in the CG artistry behind “The LEGO Movie” should drop everything and head over to fxguide to watch this half-hour behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film.
Attempting to predict box office results is a fool’s errand, but it’s safe to say at this point that The Lego Movie, which opens this …
SYDNEY, Australia – 2ND October, 2012 – Animal Logic CEO, Zareh Nalbandian, today announced that the company had finalised a deal to …
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Rob Coleman has been named Head of Animation at digital production studio Animal Logic.Â Coleman’s appointment …