Has Warner Bros. finally figured out how to run a feature animation division?
Makoto Shinkai’s ‘Suzume’ and Takehiko Inoue’s ‘The First Slam Dunk’ both passed major milestones over the weekend as well.
‘The First Slam Dunk’ finished another week in the global top ten and ‘Suzume’ nears $10 million in the U.S.
‘Mario’ posted a historic third weekend domestically while ‘The First Slam Dunk’ dominated in China.
‘Mario’ made history domestically and abroad over the weekend, as ‘Suzume’ and ‘Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman’ debuted in the U.S.
Among a host of other achievements, it’s the third-biggest three-day opening ever for an animated feature in the U.S.
Audiences do not care what critics think of Illumination’s latest animated feature.
Critics seem to agree that while the movie is fun, Mario is a pretty bland main character.
Fans are praising the trailer’s lush visuals and Princess Peach’s shift from damsel into distress to sovereign ready to fight for her people.
Five years after it was first announced, we have our first look at Illumination’s take on Mario.
This film is a major rarity in the U.S movie market.
“Teen Titans Go! To The Movies” is raising the bar for farting in American animation.
Warner Bros. will bring the DC superhero team to the bigscreen in 2018.
Since its premiere in April, Teen Titans Go! has consistently ranked among Cartoon Network’s top ten programs, so it comes as no surprise …