Hello animation in August.
From Mickey to Marvel, Buzz Lightyear to Homer Simpson, Disney is home to a who’s who of animation legends.
Netflix and Disney dominated. Again.
Netflix and Disney+ dominate the animation and vfx categories with six nominations apiece.
Pixar’s “Luca” was the clear winner in the week of June 14–20, clocking up 1.57 billion minutes of viewing time.
July promises to be a huge month for animation streaming.
In all, streamers took 51 nominations against 43 for other platforms. Winners will be announced on July 17.
Disney also presented two other upcoming shows from white African creators at Annecy.
It’s a big month for original films, with “Luca,” “Wish Dragon,” and “America: The Motion Picture” all set to debut.
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 channels will close on October 1 in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.
Get ready for clone troopers, oddball sci-fi shorts, the return of Finn and Jake, and more …
Disney has picked up second pay tv window rights to Sony’s upcoming features.
Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Hulu all lost market share too, even as their subscriptions climbed.
Get ready for Chinese gods, “Star Wars” spin-offs, the latest from Sony Pictures Animation, and more…
Disney fans in Canada have it worse: a 33% price increase for Disney+.
With today’s series of announcements, Disney may have dealt a deathblow to movie theaters.
The film also opened on Disney+ for a premium fee of $30.
You can look forward to Southeast Asian dragons, jazzed-up skeletons, friendly L.A. ghosts, and more …
HBO Max’s “Adventure Time: Distant Lands” and Apple TV+’s “Central Park” were also among the animation winners.
Welcome to our new monthly guide to streaming animation.
A new analysis of data shows that the streaming wars have yet to really begin.
Welcome to our first-ever monthly guide to streaming animation.
Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios are moving into series production, “Star Wars” and Marvel get spin-offs, and African creators come onboard…
Cinemas floundered in the West while the box office rebounded in the East. Then there’s Quibi…
“Covid accelerated the rate at which we made this transition,” said CEO Bob Chapek, “but [it] was going to happen anyway.”
The company is shifting the film’s release to Disney+.
Rumors are flying that “Soul” might be the next animated feature to abandon its U.S. theatrical release.
On the upside, the Disney+ streaming service has passed 60 million subscribers in less than nine months.
Disney says that it generally “remains committed to our kids channels business.”
The Disney+ show is the first animated series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Morrison led Fox Animation for a decade, overseeing films like “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” “The Book of Life,” and the “Ice Age” franchise.
Surprise: People like Disney content.
Pitches for 85 new European series and specials were presented over three days at Cartoon Forum – here’s what we learned at the event.
The sitcom originally aired on Disney Channel from 2001 to 2005. Its return has yet to be confirmed.
We take an in-depth look at the animation strategy at each of the major U.S. streaming services.