Critics agree that anyone with Disney+ account would be better served by simply rewatching the 1940 original.
Visual effects workers who are on projects with “serious issues” may no longer work from home.
Comparisons were always inevitable, but so far most critics have been impressed by Disney +’s latest throwback.
Disney’s long-gestating hybrid project “Chip ’n Dale: Rescue Rangers” has a trailer – and it’s a headscratcher.
Meet Percy Pig, Robin the Christmas drone, and others …
“They’re so good with the cg, I can’t even tell the difference anymore,” says Craig Gillespie.
As it doubles down on animation and vfx, the conglomerate is hoping to double its animated feature output.
The film comes out in the U.S. on March 26, both in theaters and on HBO Max.
The media conglomerate has had a rough 2020, with production revenues falling 53.7% year-on-year in the third quarter.
The company, which is home to many vfx and animation studios, is $1.59 billion in debt.
The company’s treatment of its staff is “grotesque” says a grassroots vfx workers rights organization.
Most films about dogs are either fully animated or entirely live action. This one lands awkwardly in between.
Universal hired a director who doesn’t know anything about animation to direct a film with lots of animated characters. What could go wrong?
Universal is replacing the current version in theaters with a new version that contains “improved visual effects.”
A major producer of animation and vfx for Hollywood film studios, Technicolor is in serious trouble with French authorities.
Two weeks before Christmas, a major vfx shop in Vancouver has shut down.
The hybrid film pairs Harrison Ford with a cg dog.
Universal’s delayed hybrid feature will be released on January 17, 2020.
New research looks at gender, ethnicity, inclusivity, and pay in the U.K.’s animation, vfx, and post-production sectors.