Moore says Sony will allow him to “really push the envelope when it comes to visual style and breadth of storytelling.”
Here are the the Golden Globe nominations for best animated feature.
Two of the top three films at the U.S. box office over the Thanksgiving weekend were animated films.
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.”
John Lasseter’s sabbatical ends on May 21, but no one knows if he’s coming back.
“Zootopia 2” is on the fast-track at Disney.
Disney wins for the ninth time in ten years.
As entertaining and satisfying as “Zootopia” may be on a scene-by-scene basis, the movie ultimately fails because it insists on having it both ways simultaneously – anthropomorphic and metaphoric.
Disney CEO Bob Iger’s collaboration with Trump is bad for Disney’s cultural brand—and bad for Disney employees.
Reactions from the Academy Award-nominated filmmakers!
The director of “Zootopia” has called out the U.S. president’s press secretary for lying.
RIP Tyrus Wong.
“The Jungle Book” and “Zootopia” were recognized tonight by the Critics’ Choice Awards.
Coming March 2018.
The fur-tastic fantasy is set to unseat “Frozen” for the best-ever opening weekend of a Disney film.
French people can’t get enough of “Zootopia.”
In the new “Zootopia” trailer, Disney takes us to the magical fantasyland known as the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The actor let the news slip during a film festival in Ireland.
A first look at Disney’s next feature film.
Annecy is taking over San Diego Comic-Con as the place for Hollywood to preview its major projects.
“Vanity Fair” doesn’t write about animation often, but when they do, it’s memorable. Their new Hollywood issue has an excellent long read by Sam Kashner about the legendary CalArts animation program of the Seventies and Eighties.
Earlier this year, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” This month we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Ralph Bakshi’s holiday special “Christmas in Tattertown,” which premiered December 21, 1988 on Nickelodeon. The two projects are not entirely unrelated. Bakshi credited the success of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” as the reason that he was able to get “Tattertown” greenlit for production.
Whether it be for lack of budget or a desire to take center stage, TV series creators lending their own voices to their animated …
The biographer of the film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” reviews the 25th anniversary screening that took place in Los Angeles.
A minority of CalArts alumni take great offense if you imply that the school’s illustrious Character Animation program has a recognizable sensibility…
The LA Times conducted an hour-loung roundtable with the directors of five recent animated features: Mark Andrews…
Wreck-It Ralph director Rich Moore is conducting a Reddit AMA today and he had a rather pointed answer to the question, “What concerns …
This week we are getting our first look at Disney’s next animated feature, Wreck-It Ralph. USA Today got the exclusive first pics from …
This morning, Walt Disney Feature Animation announced a new CG feature Wreck-It Ralph to be directed by The Simpsons’ Rich Moore. Read …
BURBANK, Calif. (June 13, 2011) — Some of us are born to be bad, but that doesn’t mean we have to like it. Walt Disney Animation …