A lot of industry artists don’t want anything to do with Skydance Animation.
Holly Edwards will replace Bill Damaschke in the role of president at Skydance Animation.
According to a new report, John Lasseter is seeing a therapist to help him understand unconscious bias.
The chief of Paramount Animation told her staff that she is “furious” about Lasseter’s re-entry into the business.
“We need to get stronger both emotionally and physically,” says Women in Animation president Marge Dean. “We need to not be afraid.”
Skydance executives are apparently unsure of John Lasseter’s ability to keep his hands, mouth, and other body parts to himself.
Paramount Animation just became the new home of John Lasseter’s films and they’re not happy about it.
John Lasseter is an alleged serial sexual predator, and that should raise concerns for women working at Skydance.
Skydance Animation’s hiring of John Lasseter “endorses and perpetuates a broken system that allows powerful men to act without consequence.”
Skydance has acquired live-action film and tv rights to the hit French animated series.
The one-year-old animation company is teaming up with Headless Productions for a new feature project.
Paramount Animation’s slate is growing.
The director of Disney’s “Inner Workings” is slated to make his feature directorial debut with Dreamworks Animation.
Nathan Greno will create and direct an original animated feature for the fast-rising Skydance.
The former chief creative officer of Dreamworks Animation will help start up Skydance’s new animation division.
We’re launching this new resource to help readers keep track of American animated features in development.
Two former Dreamworks directors will direct features for Skydance.
There’s more than a few ways to fund an animated feature nowadays, but the surest one of all is to simply be the child of a billionaire.