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After numerous release delays due to the pandemic, “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” will launch on Netflix.
The proposed feature is set to be directed by Maggie Kang and Chris Appelhans, and produced by Aron Warner.
This weekend, animated films topped the box office in many major territories with a functioning theatrical sector.
The delayed feature is skipping a theatrical roll-out in favor of Netflix.
The streaming platform has announced five features, two specials, and one limited series for the next 12 months.
Welcome to the year of five Disney features, Ghibli’s comeback, and many, many sequels.
“Tut” is described as “an afro-futuristic, coming-of-age story of the boy king Tutankhamun.”
Release date reshuffles, a “Lion King” sequel, a new studio from Don Bluth, and more…
The film’s release date has also been moved earlier.
“Conneted” is still planned for a release later in the year.
From Kickstarter to Hollywood to Oscar glory to this: “Hair Love” is having quite a run.
Sony Pictures Animation is working on several adult animated features.
The film will be the first to come out as part of Sony Pictures Animation’s new international initiative.
Tartakovsky hasn’t given up on the world’s most famous pipe-smoking cartoon sailor.
Veteran animator Jean-Denis Haas explains why the animation in these films is a cut above the rest.
The film, which is produced by “Spider-Verse” duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller, was formerly titled “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines.”
Matthew A. Cherry talks about the journey of making his Oscar-nominated short “Hair Love,” produced in a Toon Boom Harmony pipeline.
The veteran director talks to us about “Primal,” his series-turned-feature, currently in the running for an Oscar.
The film will be out in 2022.