In our round-up of articles, the senior crew explain how they created — and, in some cases, fudged — the film’s photorealism.
The Walt Disney Company has finally found a worthy competitor that can beat its films at the box office: The Walt Disney Company.
Photorealistic animation is here to stay.
Two things are for sure: the remake of “The Lion King” is animated, and it’s going to do well at the box office.
“The Lion King” is a big technical leap forward for the art of animation. Innovation in the art form deserves to be celebrated, not belittled and hidden from the public.
Animation will play a huge role in Disney’s 2019 output.
I’ll eat my shoe if this is a live-action film.
Cartoon Brew makes sense of the virtual production phenomenon, and provides resources that filmmakers can use to start experimenting with virtual production techniques.
If you described today’s announcement of a “Lion King” remake as a ‘live-action film,’ you really shouldn’t be covering the film industry.
Fresh off “The Jungle Book,” Jon Favreau has discovered a new passion: vr filmmaking.
Cartoon Brew delves into the animation challenges of Disney’s latest blockbuster.
Following the runaway success of “The Jungle Book,” Disney announces 9 more films.
What do you call a ‘live-action’ film that’s 90% animated?
Jon Favreau’s dark reboot screens like a terrorized tale drained of humor, compared to Wolfgang Reitherman’s amiable 1967 feature.
The Looney Tunes characters don’t entertain anymore, but they’ll sell you $200 kicks.