For its first seven weeks on Tubi, “The Freak Brothers” pulled nearly twice as many viewers as any other series on the platform.
Stop-motion animation workers are anonymously sharing salaries and horror stories about working in the industry.
The ad-supported streamer is entering original programming in a big way.
Woody Harrelson, John Goodman, and Pete Davidson lead the celebrity-laden cast of the “Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers” adaptation.
The exact circumstances in which Harmon left the company he co-founded remain unclear.
Director Simón Wilches-Castro explains what inspired the eye-popping design of his film, which updates the classic story for our age of disillusion.
Pre-production on “Bubbles” has been halted after both Waititi and Netflix backed out of the project.
A documentary about Will Vinton, the Portland stop-motion renegade, is moving forward.
A 70-episode renewal is nearly unheard of in the animation industry, and it’s great news for the production artists who work on the series.
The network will not move forward with ‘The Cops,’ the animated series co-created by Louis C.K.
Louis C.K.’s sexual harassment has had a big impact on the artists who were creating his new animated series: they’re all out of a job now.
Multiple animated projects are in disarray after Louis C.K. admits to sexually harassing multiple women.
We’re launching this new resource to help readers keep track of American animated features in development.
“Anomalisa” maker Starburns Industries moves forward with “Bubbles,” a story told from the point of view of Michael Jackson’s famous chimp companion.
Michael Jackson’s chimpanzee Bubbles is getting his own stop motion feature.
Acting instructor Ed Hooks explores the animated performances of this year’s five feature animation nominees.
Audiences in LA and NY have voted with their wallets: they are ready for mature and intelligent feature animation.
Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman’s stop motion drama Anomalisa is making its presence felt during awards season.
Paramount Pictures has released the trailer for Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson’s stop-motion feature Anomalisa, which looks and feels …
Paramount will release “Anomalisa” in New York and Los Angeles on December 30th.
“Anomalisa” is the first feature film from TV animation producer Starburns Industries.
The crew of the Adult Swim series “Rick & Morty” ratified a new labor agreement last Monday with the Animation Guild.