Belgium’s Grid Animation acquires the option to create the feature film version of Michel Gagné's graphic novel, “The Saga of Rex.”
The Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat celebrates twenty years of exploring the opportunities and complexities facing an industry in transition and investigating new solutions and technologies, February 17-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Indian Wells near Palm Springs, CA.
PETA files lawsuit claiming DreamWorks Animation has enslaved dragons to perform against their will in upcoming How to Train Your Dragon 2.
In the Night Garden, the preschool TV brand acquired in September by Canada’s DHX Media, is set to have a place at the new CBeebies Land attraction at UK-based Alton Towers Resort.
The Beijing-based executive, whose firm bought Digital Domain in 2012, was felled by a sudden heart attack.
DreamWorks Animation partners with Fuhu to launch an educational tablet for kids called the DreamTab.
Disney's Frozen continues its ride at the box office on the first weekend of 2014, topping the chart in North America with $20.7 million and skating past the $600 million mark worldwide.
Marvel takes over the publishing of new Star Wars comic books, with Dark Horse Comics losing the licensing deal it’s had for over 20 years.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire continues to light up audiences, reaching the $400 million mark at the domestic box office on Friday.
With awards season in full swing, The Hollywood Reporter rounds up five top animators from this year’s contenders -- Chris Buck, Dan Scanlon, Chris Wedge, Kristine Belson and Chris Meledandri -- for a roundtable discussion on the business of animation.
Scholastic Media’s beloved fan favorite television shows The Babysitter’s Club, I SPY and Horrible Histories now available on Hulu Plus.
More than a month into its run, animated musical Frozen is Disney's fourth film to reach the milestone.
Chris Williams, co-director and co-writer for Disney Animation’s Bolt, joins Big Hero 6 as co-director alongside Don Hall.
Selected out of the 100,000 iPad apps launching on the App Store in 2013, Apple names Disney Animated the iPad app of the year.
This year, five new nationwide releases were delivered on Christmas Day. By the weekend, however, audiences had turned their attention back to blockbuster holdovers The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Frozen.
The Walt Disney Co. chairman and CEO Bob Iger took in roughly $34.3 million in total compensation in fiscal 2013, nearly 15 percent down from the $40.2 million he received in the previous year.
Japanese sword and sorcery film cost a reported $175 million, but is heading towards a $17-$20 million opening over the five-day Christmas holiday period.
Five new nationwide releases reached theaters on Christmas Day, though none were quite strong enough to take first place away from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Although no date has yet been set, Disney’s animated hit Frozen is headed for a theatrical run in China.
Forbes writer Scott Mendelson examines the implications of multi-platform branding, or the 'Cloud Atlas strategy,' for DreamWorks Animation with the launch of Turbo FAST on Netflix.
DHX Media signs new digital deals with SpiritClips, ProSieben Sat1, DK ToonTV, and NOW CJSC for a variety of DHX properties.
9 Story Entertainment signs new licensing deals for Camp Lakebottom, Artzooka, and Making Stuff throughout Asia.