“We are absolutely committed to making original animated films and are in development on a handful of projects,” said Naito.
With so much to fit into just a few short days, we picked out a few events we wouldn’t want to miss at this year’s View Conference.
Two new animated Avatar films will join a previously announced feature from franchise veteran Lauren Montgomery.
Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Animation are producing the film, penned by South Park’s Pam Brady.
WIA returns to Annecy 2022 to host a series of panels, a fireside chat, and the first-ever Stories x Women initiative.
The move is part of a restructuring effort undertaken by new Paramount Pictures chief Brian Robbins.
In the newly created role, Gamarra will find and evaluate literary material to option for productions at the two brands.
Keane’s newly created post is executive vice president of production and operations.
The management shakeup comes as Nickelodeon’s animation studio continues to grow in the pandemic.
Naito has overseen the running of Nickelodeon’s animation business since 2018.
Netflix and Nickelodeon announce new partnership in counterpunch to launch of Disney+.
Nickelodeon announces the start of a new shorts program headed up a respected creative force in the animation world.
The new series raises questions about how the network will use the characters following the death of show creator Stephen Hillenburg.
A new person has arrived in the never-ending game of executive musical chairs at Nickelodeon.
Get a closer look at Dreamworks’ “The Boss Baby.”
Alec Baldwin is a businessman-baby in “The Boss Baby.”