Universal is shifting around release dates for films from its Illumination and Dreamworks studios.
Illumination doesn’t publish ‘art of’ books for its films, but you can still get a behind-the-scenes look at how their films are designed.
These four films are Oscar-worthy, but will the Academy recognize them tomorrow?
Defying critics, box office pundits, and even the studio that made the film, audiences have turned out to see “Monster Trucks.”
No one was expecting this record.
Disney’s “Zootopia” takes the Golden Globe!
“Sing” has never hit No. 1 thanks to “Rogue One,” but it’s still a huge hit.
The complete list of songs that appear in Illumination’s “Sing.”
“I feel like I have learned more in the last three-and-a-half years than on anything else I’ve done before.”
The Golden Globes animation category is much more interesting than we thought it would be!
Animation is No. 1 all over the world!
This looks like a very different film from earlier trailers.
Illumination’s all-animal musical comedy will be out in December.
Imagine ‘American Idol’ with an all-animal cast.
From new visions to revivals of lost wonders, next year’s incoming animated features reach far and wide.
2016 is shaping up to be the year of the animated animal feature, and “Sing” just might be the quirkiest film of the bunch.