Animation veteran Clay Kaytis joins a long list of animation directors who have jumped into live-action filmmaking.
Figuring out how to make the characters in “The Angry Birds Movie” look simple was a big challenge for Sony Imageworks.
“Angry Birds” is a hit in both the United States and China.
Will audiences defy critics and turn out to support an animated feature inspired by a mobile gaming app?
Will Rovio’s big gamble on “Angry Birds” pay off?
No wonder they’re angry.
Our first-look at the “Angry Birds Movie” is promising.
The layoffs will not affect anyone working on “The Angry Birds Movie,” which the company hopes will be a big hit.
Whether or not the “Angry Birds” feature will be creatively risky, it’s definitely a financial risk.
Disney veteran Lino DiSalvo, the head of animation on “Frozen” who gained notoriety for comments about animating women, has left Disney to join Paramount Animation as its creative director. He is also slated to direct an upcoming animated feature at the studio.
The “Angry Birds” feature film that was announced last October will be animated at Sony Pictures Imageworks in Vancouver, Canada.
Rovio Entertainment, the Finnish makers of the Angry Birds franchise, have recruited Clay Kaytis (pictured left) and Fergal Reilly to …