The Disney-owned studio claimed the wrong kind of credit for three years, according to state auditors, receiving a total of nearly $100 million in tax credits.
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With the studio due to shut down soon, employees are promoting their work as they search for new jobs.
Jen Hurler reflect on her time at the studio, which will shut down in April.
Disney will no longer complete production on Blue Sky’s “Nimona.”
It’s one of Blue Sky’s worst openings ever.
Blue Sky’s Will Smith caper hits theaters in a crowded season, under the Disney banner.
There is fresh uncertainty over how Disney will handle Fox Animation’s feature projects.
Disney’s new executive changes at Blue Sky Studios suggest that the studio’s future is safe for now.
The film’s new release date is Christmas 2019.
Titles include Blue Sky films, a “Bob’s Burgers” feature, and the hybrid cg/live debut of Chris Sanders.
Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox will result in “a tremendous loss of originality,” according to one major studio head.
Georgia Cano, one of the three lead plaintiffs in the animation wage-fixing lawsuit, speaks out for the first time.
Will Smith is a pigeon in Blue Sky’s latest film.
After more than a year of waiting, animation workers will soon receive the first payment from the $170 million settlement they won from various animation studios.
Cartoon Brew’s vfx editor explains how he put together a conference track with major animation directors at the upcoming FMX conference in Germany.
She will co-direct Blue Sky’s first musical, with music from the songwriting duo behind “La La Land” and “The Greatest Showman.”
It is the weakest-opening ever for a Blue Sky Studios animated film – and it couldn’t have come at a worse time for the studio.
Disney’s acquisition of Fox will almost certainly affect Blue Sky Studios and Fox Animation, but no one is exactly sure how.
The director of ‘Ferdinand’ sits down for a chat about Blue Sky Studios’ latest film, and talks about how they combined classic and contemporary influences to bring the story to the screen.
More U.S. entertainment industry consolidation seems inevitable.