The companies’ first co-production will be a series adaptation of Tow Ubukata’s fantasy action novel ‘Bye, Bye, Earth.’
A November release could hurt ‘Suzume’ long-term. Shinkai’s previous films opened in summer, historically a more favorable window.
Anime NYC will host more than 100 hours of panels, screenings, and special events in Manhattan next week.
‘Film Red’ is now the ninth-highest-grossing anime film of all time globally, passing ‘Princess Mononoke’s total of $170 million.
Crunchyroll, GKIDS, and Eleven Arts spoke with Cartoon Brew about the impact and sustainability of the anime boom at U.S. theaters
High profile original fare is joined by a glut of holiday themed programming in our November animation streaming guide.
Timed perfectly for NYCC, Crunchyroll took over screens in Times Square to get fans hyped for the film’s November 1 U.S. release.
‘One Piece Film Red,’ the 11th highest-grossing film in Japanese box office history, has its sights set on the North American box office.
Looking for something spooky to get you in the mood for Halloween? Check out our October animation streaming guide.
The series adaptation of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s manga will be available on Crunchyroll in the U.S. starting next month.
‘One Piece Film Red’ is the highest-grossing film in the storied franchise in Japan, having grossed over $93m since August 6.
While some streamers are paring down their animated offerings, other are bulking up with original productions and prestige acquisitions.
Thoughts on who might make an impact at the 2023 Oscars.
Predictions have the film leading the weekend box office and pulling in as much as $16 million.
Previews of three upcoming anime standouts from this year’s Crunchyroll Expo.
‘One Piece Film: Red,’ coming to North American cinemas this fall, posted the second-best two-day opening in Japanese history.
Set to hit the platform in more than 200 countries and territories next year, the new series is produced by Orange and Toho.
Crunchyroll will distribute in North America, with Sony Pictures and Wild Bunch co-distributing in other major territories.
The film picks up after 2018’s box office smash ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly,’ which grossed more than $120m at the global box office.
Longtime Funimation COO Rahul Purini will take over as head of Sony’s recently-merged anime conglomerate.