The animal-centric version of the Jules Verne novel stars a marmoset and a scheming frog.
Illumination, makers of “Sing” and “Secret Life of Pets,” doesn’t play by the standard rules of Hollywood feature animation. Here’s one way they’re breaking the rules.
We’ve got our first look at Illumination Entertainment’s “Minions,” the spin-off/prequel to the studio’s massively popular “Despicable Me” franchise.
If Ronald McDonald wasn’t disturbing enough, McDonald’s has unveiled a creepy-looking animated mascot in the United States called Happy. The Happy Meal box-shaped creature has rubber-hose arms, a huge set of realistic chompers, bulging eyballs, and the McDonald’s arches as eyebrows.
Guillaume Fesquet is a French artist who works in visual development on animation productions.
Despicable Me 2 is on track to become the most profitable film in Universal Pictures’ 100-plus year history, and that has turned …