It’s never a good sign when the people running a feature animation division step down from their roles before the company has even released its first film.
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China’s Original Force is jumping into the cgi fray with “Duck Duck Goose.” Here’s a first look at the film.
“Duck Duck Goose” is the first original animated feature from the Chinese animation studio Original Force.
It’s no surprise that “Spark: A Space Tail” didn’t perform well, but this is a box office bomb of historic proportions.
Open Road Films launches “Spark: A Space Tail” in theaters today, but will anybody see it?
If you can read this sentence, you’re too old to be watching this film—and that’s perfectly ok.
A release date has been set for a sequel to the Korean/Canadian CGI talking-animal comedy.
An homage to “Blazing Saddles,” “Blazing Samurai” is a global animated affair.
Boosted in part by a sing-along version that was released into theaters, Disney’s “Frozen” jumped back into second place this weekend, an amazing feat for a film now in its 10th weekend of wide release.
It was a great weekend for subpar family CG films starring animals. Peter Lepeniotis’ “The Nut Job,” the first animated film released by Open Road Films, a new distribution company launched by AMC Theatres and Regal Entertainment Group, opened in third place with a robust $20.6 million.
The animated trailers won’t stop this week. Today we have The Nut Job, which will open on January 17, 2014. Directed by veteran CG …