Hello animation in August.
The character’s ethnicity has been reimagined for an upcoming “Scooby-Doo” spin-off. Not all fans are happy.
Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, DC Comics, HBO Max, Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera: Warnermedia has one of the world’s most famous animation portfolios, period.
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.
Welcome to the Hanna-Barbera Shared Universe.
It’s a big month for original films, with “Luca,” “Wish Dragon,” and “America: The Motion Picture” all set to debut.
The slate also includes “Rick and Morty” and “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” spin-offs, a few originals, and more.
The films will debut on Blu-ray/DVD and VOD before moving to HBO Max and Adult Swim.
“The Prince” is not flattering about Philip, says a source.
The series is in the works at Cinema Fantasma, whose film “Revoltoso” we exclusively premiered last year.
Get ready for clone troopers, oddball sci-fi shorts, the return of Finn and Jake, and more …
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…
Warner Bros.’s chief of kids’ content spoke of Cartoon Network’s future and more besides.
An animated series based on the roller derby-themed graphic novel “Slam!,” written by the screenwriter of “Moana,” is in the works for HBO Max.
You can look forward to Southeast Asian dragons, jazzed-up skeletons, friendly L.A. ghosts, and more …
Warnermedia Kids and Family has come up with a multi-pronged approach to take on Netflix, Disney, Youtube, and Nickelodeon in the highly competitive kids’ space.
HBO Max’s “Adventure Time: Distant Lands” and Apple TV+’s “Central Park” were also among the animation winners.