Updating…tonight’s Oscar winners.
#Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2
It’s a new day in animation!
In the last weekend of the year, animation and vfx hybrid films dominated the worldwide box office.
Another historic box office weekend with three animated films in the top four.
No two animated films have ever done this at the box office before.
Hollywood has long held the belief that two animated films can’t do well in theaters at the same time. “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and “The Grinch” are proving them wrong.
Here are the the Golden Globe nominations for best animated feature.
The Walt Disney Company, the leading financial sponsor of ASIFA-Hollywood’s Annie Awards, received 42 total nominations.
For the first time in six years, animated films own both of the top spots at the box office.
Two of the top three films at the U.S. box office over the Thanksgiving weekend were animated films.
A handful of animated features are already considered frontrunners, while a large number of underdogs aspire to defy the odds and snag a nomination.
The actress has released a personal statement about her role in Disney’s decision to modify Princess Tiana’s appearance.
Responding to public pressure on social media, Walt Disney Animation Studios is reanimating the scenes of Princess Tiana that appear in “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”
The last shot of character animation on Disney’s next feature was approved out of the animation department last Friday.
Disney has released the first full trailer for “Wreck-It Ralph 2.”