Four awards in one weekend have put Sony Animation in unfamiliar territory: producer of the year’s best animated feature.
All the major VFX films that you’d expect are on the Academy Awards shortlist, plus a few surprises.
The Walt Disney Company, the leading financial sponsor of ASIFA-Hollywood’s Annie Awards, received 42 total nominations.
A handful of animated features are already considered frontrunners, while a large number of underdogs aspire to defy the odds and snag a nomination.
Burke had most recently animated on “Incredibles 2.”
Disney re-released the film onto a large number of screens this weekend to reach $600 million domestic.
“Teen Titans Go! To the Movies” debuted below projections, but its low production cost still makes it a success.
The Disney Company’s inconsistent values and ethics is causing a lot of people to question its reputation as a family-friendly brand.
“Incredibles 2” has accomplished something incredible.
Brad Bird doesn’t care if your 4-year-old doesn’t like his film.
It took just 4 days for Brad Bird’s latest to reach $200 million at the domestic box office.
Over two dozen Pixar crew spread across eight panels will explore the making of Brad Bird’s latest film.
$182.6 million in 3 days!
“The Incredibles 2” will have its French premiere at Annecy.
Brad Bird has returned!
Some good news to end the year: “Incredibles 2” voice record sessions have started!
The director will be slipping back into the animation spandex very, very soon.