Originally set to swing into theaters this October, the ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ sequel has been pushed back nearly eight months.
After this year’s Oscar debacle, Lord and Miller are asking for “a respected filmmaker to present the award and frame animation as cinema.”
There’s a lot of happy animation folks this morning and we’re sharing their immediate reactions to being nominated for an Oscar.
Animation/live-action hybrids with animals tend to aim towards the younger set, but this Universal comedy is targeted at an older crowd.
The director speaks to us about the challenges of developing a hand-drawn look for his cg feature, and much more.
The film is due to open in theaters on October 7, 2022.
After numerous release delays due to the pandemic, “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” will launch on Netflix.
The delayed feature is skipping a theatrical roll-out in favor of Netflix.
The film, which is produced by “Spider-Verse” duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller, was formerly titled “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines.”
Can you name the former animation director who made “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”? “Enchanted”? “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”?
The duo behind “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” and “The Lego Movie” are BIG fans of Clapin’s film.
The film will be out in 2022.
Sony is committing to the creative team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller in a big way.
Updating…tonight’s Oscar winners.
The project is set in a futuristic reality where robots rule and humans are believed to be extinct.
Everything is not awesome for Warner Animation Group (WAG).
“Spider-Verse” won every award for which it was nominated.
An extensive conversation with “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” director Bob Persichetti.
The buzz is growing on 2018’s most daring big-studio project.
Each Lego film from Warner Animation Group has grossed less than the previous one. Will “Lego Movie 2” reverse the trend?