If you thought 2018 was a big year for animated features, just wait until 2019.
#The Secret Life of Pets
Multiple animated projects are in disarray after Louis C.K. admits to sexually harassing multiple women.
Illumination doesn’t publish ‘art of’ books for its films, but you can still get a behind-the-scenes look at how their films are designed.
The Producers Guild of America likes Disney Company animated films—A LOT.
The opening weekend of “Moana” is solid, but questions remain whether it can match “Zootopia” or “Frozen.”
“Storks” didn’t connect with audiences. Was it simply a poor film or another WB marketing goof-up?
Illumination’s “The Secret Life of Pets” also set a new all-time record this weekend.
Illumination Entertainment has found its second franchise!
American audiences to Fox: please stop making “Ice Age” films.
It happened! Animated features broke a major box office record this weekend.
Between “The Secret Life of Pets” and “Finding Dory,” animation is owning the U.S. summer box office season.
Chris Renaud talks about comic influences on “The Secret Life of Pets,” Illumination’s unconventional workflow, and the studio’s fluid production process that allows humor to be added in during every stage of production.
American animated features are unstoppable all over the globe.
Imagine ‘American Idol’ with an all-animal cast.
Can Illumination replicate the success it has enjoyed with the Despicable Me franchise?
From new visions to revivals of lost wonders, next year’s incoming animated features reach far and wide.
The minions have passed “The Lion King” on the all-time list and has now set its sights on “Toy Story 3.”
“The Secret Life of Pets” makes no bones about its aim to launch an arsenal of non-stop animal gags.
New York’s favorite hangdog comic is set to play an actual dog.