By the midway point, “A New Age” is shaping up as an enjoyable social satire. But the current logic of Hollywood animation writing dictates that this is not enough.
The Croods family is making a comeback, while “Paranormal Activity” producer Jason Blum is overseeing “Spooky Jack.”
“The Croods” have gone extinct at Dreamworks.
Executive producer Brendan Hay talks about how to play imminent demise for laughs in the new Netflix series ‘Dawn of the Croods.’
DreamWorks has finally found a viable business model: selling its studio campus over and over again.
In 2013, filmgoers in the United Kingdom and Ireland watched more animation than any other type of film, according to a new report by the British Film Institute.
Disney’s “Frozen” has gained momentum in the last two months as the lead cotender for the best animated feature Oscar, picking up nearly every possible recognition and endorsement, but DreamWorks’ sleeper hit “The Croods” boasts one endorsement that no one else can claim.
See which animated features, shorts, and VFX films from 2013 are nominated for an Oscar!
To acknowledge the crucial role of animators in the evolving world of filmmaking, the Visual Effects Society today nominated Ryan Stone, Bullock’s character in “Gravity,” for Outstanding Animated Character in a Live-Action Feature Motion Picture.
Disney’s “Frozen” won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature tonight.
“This is me,” say lots of today’s animated characters. But who are they talking to?
With the 25th Annual PGA Awards right around the corner on Jan. 19, the Producers Guild of America has chosen five films to compete in …
Carter Goodrich is an artist who creates illustrations for children’s books, editorial illustrations for magazines, and character designs for animated films.
DreamWorks, which we already know has big plans for Internet television, is currently in production on a Netflix series based on The …
This morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominations for its Golden Globes award. The 71st edition of the Golden Globes will be presented on Sunday, January 12.
Seven animated features lead the nominations for ASIFA-Hollywood’s 41st Annie Awards.
When the server enters the drawing room of the Crosby Hotel, Kirk DeMicco’s eyes begin to dance, “Mini desserts are coming! Many, many mini desserts!” Both DeMicco (“Racing Stripes,” “Space Chimps”) and Chris Sanders (“Lilo & Stitch,” “How to Train Your Dragon”) are in New York to take part in a presentation on the making of “The Croods,” the animated film that they directed for Dreamworks earlier this year, which went on to gross nearly $600 million worldwide.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced this afternoon that 19 animated features have been submitted for consideration …
Here’s something for the individual who’s torn between watching college football and animation. Tomorrow’s USC versus Utah game will …