Two Chinese animated features, ‘Boonie Bears: Guardian Code’ and ‘Deep Sea,’ featured in this week’s top 10 global box office list.
Crunchyroll hosted another strong anime release while ‘Boonie Bears’ ninth feature was a hit in China.
In six days, “Boonie Bears” grossed seven times what “Encanto” managed in a month.
“Boonie Bears: Blast into the Past” will open in China next month.
The latest film in the franchise is the highest-grossing animation release of 2018 to date.
A busy February weekend in both the U.S. and China resulted in both hits and misses.
Surpassing even the most generous box office predictions, Disney’s “Frozen” continues to shatter records.
It was a great weekend for subpar family CG films starring animals. Peter Lepeniotis’ “The Nut Job,” the first animated film released by Open Road Films, a new distribution company launched by AMC Theatres and Regal Entertainment Group, opened in third place with a robust $20.6 million.
I’m not sure what’s harder to believe: that China still hasn’t released its own homegrown 3D CGI animated feature or that the first one …