Both films were scheduled for April. “Ron’s Gone Wrong” is now due to come out October 22 and “Bob’s Burgers” is unset.
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.
New directions for Disney and Warnermedia, big developments in anime, rumors around Apple TV+, and more…
Veteran animator Dave Pruiksma (“Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin”) reflects on what he learned at Disney and why he set up an online school.
Oswald Iten looks beyond Disney’s famous songs to the six feature scores composed by George Bruns in the 1950s–70s.
There’s been a slight adjustment at the top of Hollywood’s biggest movie studio. Here’s what that means.
Disney has subjected the company that bears her name to her harshest criticism yet.
As part of their deal, they will identify and develop other Disney projects from emerging and diverse talent.
Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios are moving into series production, “Star Wars” and Marvel get spin-offs, and African creators come onboard…
This may be the most “2020” bit of entertainment news we’ve heard.
“Remy, the Ratatouille, the rat of all my dreams / I praise you, oh Ratatouille, may the world remember your name.”
Host Jen Hurler takes a look at recent stories that people in the animation community have been discussing.
Hired by Disney as a teen, Champion acted out movements which animators then rotoscoped.
“In the years leading up to this crisis,” writes Warren, “your company prioritized the enrichment of executives and stockholders.”
“Covid accelerated the rate at which we made this transition,” said CEO Bob Chapek, “but [it] was going to happen anyway.”
The trade body for the sector has slammed Disney’s decision in a statement.
The film is the first to be directed by Pete Docter, the studio’s new chief creative officer, since 2015’s “Inside Out.”
Vincent Alexander run us through the finest self-referential moments in animation, from Koko the Clown to “The Simpsons.”
Release date reshuffles, a “Lion King” sequel, a new studio from Don Bluth, and more…