Photorealistic animation is here to stay.
#The Lion King
Two things are for sure: the remake of “The Lion King” is animated, and it’s going to do well at the box office.
“The Lion King” is a big technical leap forward for the art of animation. Innovation in the art form deserves to be celebrated, not belittled and hidden from the public.
Animation will play a huge role in Disney’s 2019 output.
Don’t call “The Lion King” an animated film. Or a live-action film.
“”I’m not happy that I don’t get to participate. Who would be?,” says Woolverton.
I’ll eat my shoe if this is a live-action film.
Cartoon Brew makes sense of the virtual production phenomenon, and provides resources that filmmakers can use to start experimenting with virtual production techniques.
If you thought 2018 was a big year for animated features, just wait until 2019.
If you described today’s announcement of a “Lion King” remake as a ‘live-action film,’ you really shouldn’t be covering the film industry.
This lion learned his lesson the hard way: don’t mess with Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Check out our image gallery of Mel Shaw artwork, which will soon be on display at the Walt Disney Family Museum.
The FBI alleges that a Massachusetts cartoonist falsely claimed that DreamWorks stole his characters and story for “Kung Fu Panda.”
The minions have passed “The Lion King” on the all-time list and has now set its sights on “Toy Story 3.”
Roger Allers opens up about his struggles to make a feature film at Disney after directing “The Lion King.”
“It’s kind of like “The Lion King” meets “The Avengers,” says Nancy Kanter, general manager of Disney Junior, when describing their upcoming preschool series “The Lion Guard.”
French animator David Besnier who was featured here last week for his impressive Flash website banner returns again with a humorous short revealing how he listens to music from Disney’s “The Lion King.”
Barry Johnson has worked on feature animated films for Aardman, Disney and DreamWorks as a story and development artist. Barry …
CG remakes of hand-drawn cartoons are generally a letdown. This is the exception.
This clip is a pretty good example of why Frank Welker is one of the most skilled, not to mention prolific, modern day voice actors:
Disney’s re-release of The Lion King in 3-D defied both box office expectations and the downward trend of 3-D by taking over the American …
Disney Home Entertainment announced its plans to release 15 movies in 3D Blu-ray in 2011. Among the fifteen are a pair of 3D-conversions …