From Mickey to Marvel, Buzz Lightyear to Homer Simpson, Disney is home to a who’s who of animation legends.
The cult classic turns 34 this week.
“Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts” opens at the New York museum on December 10.
Disney also presented two other upcoming shows from white African creators at Annecy.
The film will be released in October.
“They’re so good with the cg, I can’t even tell the difference anymore,” says Craig Gillespie.
Watch videos from Nickelodeon, Dreamworks, Cartoon Network, and Disney.
Young worked at Disney from 1977 to 2002, animating on all the well-known features of that golden age.
At least 36 territories will get to see Pixar’s latest on the big screen. In the U.S., it will play exclusively on Disney+.
Bob Chapek has given the fullest explanation yet for the decision to move the Pixar film to Disney+.
“The great majority” of their content will move to Disney+, says CEO Bob Chapek.
The anime title has grossed an estimated $36.6M to the Disney film’s $43.4M.
The channels will close on October 1 in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.
The Disney Store will soon be nothing but a memory.
The veteran artist will teach art direction at the online school CAT Animation this summer semester.
Pixels, Minions, “Ducktales,” and Brits: the subjects of this year’s new animation books are as varied as they are enticing.
Disney lawyers found a loophole in Jeffrey Scott’s case: the writer’s personal 2003 bankruptcy.
The Disney-owned studio claimed the wrong kind of credit for three years, according to state auditors, receiving a total of nearly $100 million in tax credits.
The 93rd Academy Awards will be presented on April 25.