This weekend, animated films topped the box office in many major territories with a functioning theatrical sector.
In Denmark, the white actor who voices Joe has defended his casting. In Portugal, a popular petition is calling for the film to be re-dubbed.
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.
Pixar’s latest almost tripled its debut in its second weekend, grossing $13.7 million.
In other news: Pixar’s “Soul” has opened in China to a modest $5.5 million.
Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios are moving into series production, “Star Wars” and Marvel get spin-offs, and African creators come onboard…
This may be the most “2020” bit of entertainment news we’ve heard.
“Remy, the Ratatouille, the rat of all my dreams / I praise you, oh Ratatouille, may the world remember your name.”
Welcome to the year of five Disney features, Ghibli’s comeback, and many, many sequels.
We consider some films very likely to be competing for an Oscar, from Pixar’s latest to an indie film made for $80.
Cinemas floundered in the West while the box office rebounded in the East. Then there’s Quibi…
The trade body for the sector has slammed Disney’s decision in a statement.
The film is the first to be directed by Pete Docter, the studio’s new chief creative officer, since 2015’s “Inside Out.”
Streaming services continue to dominate the animation news cycle, with HBO Max, Netflix, and Disney+ all making big announcements this week.
The company is shifting the film’s release to Disney+.
Vincent Alexander run us through the finest self-referential moments in animation, from Koko the Clown to “The Simpsons.”
Release date reshuffles, a “Lion King” sequel, a new studio from Don Bluth, and more…
The lawsuit alleges that Disney has used Evel Knievel’s likeness, reputation, and image without the consent of his estate.
As things stand, “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Luca,” and “Ron’s Gone Wrong” will all come out between March and June.