A Disney legend is stepping down after 40 years at the studio.
Animation is No. 1 all over the world!
The opening weekend of “Moana” is solid, but questions remain whether it can match “Zootopia” or “Frozen.”
A new featurette from Disney Animation focuses on the Pacific islands cultural history that inspired “Moana.”
A new Disney film…from the creators of “Frozen” and Zootopia”?
Baby Moana is here.
Everyone was at Annecy this year, from Guillermo del Toro to the president of France.
Disney’ has already scored one mega-hit with “Zootopia” this year. Can they go two for two?
The annual mega-animation festival is happening in a few weeks, and we’re here to help guide you through it.
Good news for men though: they directed 100% of American animated features released in 2015.
Steve Hulett recounts his experiences working on “Oliver & Company” and the unexpected tragedy that happened during its production.
Steve Hulett remembers the time when Disney artists were told they were being moved to a warehouse off the lot, and the animation division’s first “gong show” pitch session.
When the Disney strike of 1982 ended and the story artists returned to their respective work spaces in the animation building, “Basil of Baker Street” was still running along two sets of tracks. There were storyboards filled with gags and character bits, and boards filled with plot points.
Steve Hulett on everything from “Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore” to “Katy Caterpillar.”
Disney has set release dates for its two 2016 releases: Zootopia and Moana.
Disney announced this afternoon that Moana, their 56th animated feature, will be released into theaters in late-2016. The film will mark …
“Basil of Baker Street” by novelist Eve Titus was an illustrated children’s book centered on a mouse who fancied himself an ace detective. The mouse resided (naturally enough) inside the walls of 31 Baker Street in London, home of a human-sized ace detective, the name of whom escapes me.
Steve Hulett recounts his role in the the confusing and chaotic production of Disney’s most un-Disney-like feature, “The Black Cauldron.”
Here are the official statements on the death of Robin Williams provided by Eric Goldberg, the supervising animator of the Genie in “Aladdin,” and John Musker and Ron Clements, the directors of “Aladdin.”
“Chief has to DIE,” Ron Clements said. “The picture doesn’t work if he just breaks his LEG. Copper doesn’t have enough motivation to hate the fox.”
If you were unable to attend the SIGGRAPH Keynote panel on Monday, featuring nine distinguished animation directors, you’re in luck …
This afternoon, there was a big celebration at the Walt Disney Animation Studio in honor of Burny Mattinson’s incrdible anniversary.
I had an incredible time at the CTN Expo this past weekend (and lost my voice in record time: mid-day on Saturday). The abundance of …