The video involved “a wholesale copying” of Eddy Grant’s song “Electric Avenue,” a judge has ruled.
Mayer left a top role at the Walt Disney Company to lead Tiktok, but Donald Trump had other plans for him.
When all else fails, try animation.
The newest “Schoolhouse Rock!” song explains double negatives and how the president doesn’t not use them to lie.
A new series of short animated fantasies using actual Donald Trump audio clips as the basis of surreal animations that capture Trump’s paranoia, narcissism, and xenophobia.
Grunkle Stan isn’t taking the white nationalist movement sitting down. Thank his creator, Alex Hirsch.
Nuke first, ask questions about basic geography later. A new animated series by The Nib.
This doesn’t happen often, but animators Kirsten Lepore and Bill Plympton have been the subject of discussion on recent late-night talk shows.
This Trump crony admits he broke ethics rule when he promoted “The Lego Batman Movie.”
Isaac Perlmutter, CEO of Disney-owned Marvel, is a Trump advisor, too.
Orlando, Florida residents want the Walt Disney Company to “Let Trump Go.”
Disney CEO Bob Iger confirms his intentions to pursue a relationship with Donald Trump.
A “previously scheduled board meeting” will prevent Iger from traveling to Washington D.C. tomorrow.
“There’s no question that these orders will harm us as a company and many of our team members,” says Insomniac Games founder.
Trump screened “Finding Dory” in the White House today. Here’s what the film’s director and cast thinks.
Disney CEO Bob Iger’s collaboration with Trump is bad for Disney’s cultural brand—and bad for Disney employees.
The director of “Zootopia” has called out the U.S. president’s press secretary for lying.
We look at how animation artists are reacting to the inauguration of casino owner and reality TV host Donald Trump as new U.S. president.
Famous cartoon voice actors are having fun with America’s incoming president, Donald Trump.
This is what you clicked on the most in 2016.
King Candy works blue on “Conan.”
The only minority creator of a original series currently airing on Cartoon Network reacts to the U.S. election.
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” created something outside the realm of what people expect to see on TV—real-time interaction with an animated character.
Mecha-Trump has arrived.
He can rap, too.
The animation community has been creating fantastic cartoons and caricatures of this year’s goofball presidential candidates.
Donald Trump has finally met his match: vfx artists and animators.
“In a time when Donald Trump is gaining momentum, the world needs Speedy more than ever,” says the film’s producer.
Donald Trump is mad as hell… He lost his country. He lost his tower. But now he’s here to take it all back! YOU’RE FIRED!