The directors of “Archer” and “The Lego Movie” are involved.
Minchin expresses “impotent fury and sadness” at Dreamworks’ cancellation of the project that he had worked on for four years.
‘Trolls’ director Mike Mitchell and co-director Walt Dohrn talk to Cartoon Brew about creative freedom, how Genndy Tartakovsky and Phil Lord helped out, and making cg look more handmade.
Tartakovsky says he got an idea for a third “Hotel Transylvania” film that “made it irresistible to return” and direct again.
Directed by Doug Sweetland and Nicholas Stoller, the film will debut next September.
A leaked Sony email reveals part of the decision-making process that led Sony executives to hire Kristine Belson as the head of their animation division.
A barbarian warrior would rather wage animated war than work a real-world office job in the forthcoming animated/live-action comedy, ‘Son of Zorn.’
The film already has a release date.
In the role that he held for seven years, Osher oversaw Sony Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
“The LEGO Movie,” “The Bigger Picture,” and “Interstellar” won BAFTA Awards tonight.
This year’s topsy-turvy animation award season shows no signs of letting up; after being shut out of the Oscars, ‘The Lego Movie’ won the Critics’ Choice Movie Award tonight for best animated feature.
Not every animation director won a Golden Globe last night, but they all had a good time.
“LEGO Movie” Phil Lord and Chris Miller turned down an offer to run Sony Animation because “it’s too hard to do great work there.”
Five animated features have been nominated for a Golden Globe in the best animated feature category.
The National Board of Review named ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ the best animated film of the year.
The New York Film Critics Circle named “The LEGO Movie” the best animated film of the year.
“The LEGO Movie,” directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, picked up the feature film prize at the BAFTA Children’s Awards.
While Fox’s Sunday night lineup was dubbed Animation Domination in May 2005, it did not officially become all-animated until 2010. Now, the announcement of their fall 2014 schedule reveals that the cartoons will be ceding some of their Sunday night territory to live-action comedies “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Mulaney,” which will be taking over the 8:30 and 9:30 time slots, respectively.
Continuing the inexplicable trend of people named Chris directing animated features, Chris McKay, the animation co-director of “The LEGO Movie,” will direct the film’s sequel, which is currently set for a May 26, 2017 release.
As anticipated, Warner Bros.’ The LEGO Movie, directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, destroyed the box office with a $69.1 million opening.