Directed by former Disney story artist Joe Mateo, “Blush” will be the first Skydance Animation short released by Apple TV+.
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.
The John Lasseter-led studio’s films are currently set up at Paramount and dated for 2022.
Skydance Animation scores with another high-profile hire on the management side.
Ghibli’s former head of international speaks about the studio’s awkward relationship with Disney — and much more — ahead of the release of his memoir.
John Lasseter is running an entire animation studio again.
Peggy Holmes will now direct the first film from John Lasseter’s animation studio.
Moore says Sony will allow him to “really push the envelope when it comes to visual style and breadth of storytelling.”
The “Toy Story” gang is back for the fourth time.
Say Thompson: “[Lasseter] is presumably being paid millions of dollars to receive [his] second chance. How much money are the employees at Skydance being paid to GIVE him that second chance?”
A lot of industry artists don’t want anything to do with Skydance Animation.
Emma Thompson quit Skydance Animation’s first feature over “concerns about working with Lasseter.”
Holly Edwards will replace Bill Damaschke in the role of president at Skydance Animation.
Teaser highlights the adventure elements of the story and reveals new characters.
The director of “Incredibles 2” is the first major figure at Pixar to speak openly about John Lasseter.
According to a new report, John Lasseter is seeing a therapist to help him understand unconscious bias.
The chief of Paramount Animation told her staff that she is “furious” about Lasseter’s re-entry into the business.
“We need to get stronger both emotionally and physically,” says Women in Animation president Marge Dean. “We need to not be afraid.”
Skydance executives are apparently unsure of John Lasseter’s ability to keep his hands, mouth, and other body parts to himself.