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With over 60 Pokémon to design and a complicated approval pipeline, “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” was not your typical hybrid cg production.
The American version of “Akira” is on its way.
The Guy Ritchie-directed film has already passed $225 million in global box office.
Analyst are projecting an opening weekend of $50-65 million.
A 5-year, 30-plus country tour is planned.
Warner Bros. has been on a decade-long odyssey to make this film. It’s finally happening.
Tsujihara had recently been tasked with bringing together the company’s family, kids, and animation efforts under a single business.
The Dreamworks threequel was also the #1 film in the U.S for a second weekend in a row.
“Boonie Bears: Blast Into the Past” will become the second-highest-grossing homegrown animated feature in China’s history.
The audience’s read on a character is “so influenced by how their hair looks,” says ILM vfx supervisor Jeff White.
Warner Bros. is billing the hybrid “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” as the first-ever live-action Pokémon film, but let’s be honest: the real star of this film is animation.
The director of “Cats Don’t Dance” and “Emperor’s New Groove” is taking the reins of the “Garfield” animated feature.
This film is a major rarity in the U.S movie market.
It’s “The Jungle Book”…again.
Despite fantastic reviews, American audiences didn’t turn out for the theatrical release of “Paddington 2.”
“Teen Titans Go! To The Movies” is raising the bar for farting in American animation.
Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One” is a lot more animated than you may think.
Coming in 2018.
We’re launching this new resource to help readers keep track of American animated features in development.