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With festival attendance booming, Annecy is becoming an important stop for the American studios to preview and premiere animation projects.
The new structure of Warnermedia could have a major impact on the future output of Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang, and Rooster Teeth.
Everything is not awesome for Warner Animation Group (WAG).
California REALLY wants Warner Bros. to make “Space Jam 2” in its state.
Each Lego film from Warner Animation Group has grossed less than the previous one. Will “Lego Movie 2” reverse the trend?
Warner Animation Group is currently developing no less than seven fully-animated or hybrid features based on classic cartoon characters.
Two of the hardest things to produce in visual effects animation are snow and fur – two of the main elements required for “Smallfoot.”
More people around the world saw “Smallfoot” than any other film this weekend.
“The Lego Batman Movie” director Chris McKay will produce the film.
Here’s a new frontier for animated feature film promotions: airline safety videos.
You can’t have an animated film trailer in 2018 without mocking the patriarchy, but acknowledging the problem is not the same as addressing the problem.
Warner Animation Group is developing its own dragon franchise with help from the creator of “Game of Thrones.”
Warner Bros. has revealed the most extensive look yet at its new animated feature.
Originality is overrated. Let’s just make Dr. Seuss cartoons forever.
Allison Abbate, the producer of “The Iron Giant” and “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” now has one of the top creative roles at WB’s animation division.
Yeti or not, Warner Animation Group made another animated feature.
The sequel to “The Lego Movie” has a new director.
Meet the many and varied members of the rogues’ gallery from the upcoming film.
Animal Logic explains how they created expressive, cartoony animation for their short without squash and stretch and other animation principles.
The scene-stealing transforming-wolves in “Storks” were both a creative and technical animation challenge.
Warner Bros. continues its strategy of hiring animation directors with zero animation experience.
Warner Bros. is getting ready to launch its first feature since “The Lego Movie.”
The annual mega-animation festival is happening in a few weeks, and we’re here to help guide you through it.
A first look at the next entry in the Lego feature animation franchise.
Directed by Doug Sweetland and Nicholas Stoller, the film will debut next September.
The husband-and-wife team of Tony Cervone and Allison Abbate will direct and produce.
Following the success of the “LEGO Movie”—$457 million to date—Warner Bros. is getting back into feature animation in a big way.