Nickelodeon debuts new animated series, “Sanjay and Craig,” on Saturday, May 25, at 10:30 a.m. (ET/PT).
Disney unearths a never-before-seen short starring the one and only Mickey Mouse in Get A Horse! featuring Walt Disney himself as the voice of Mickey Mouse.
Amazon Studios releases 14 new pilots online, including pilot episodes for seven animated series, with audience reaction to help determine what gets ordered to series.
Nickelodeon releases “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run,” the network's first app, available now from iTunes.
Hasbro signs a home entertainment deal with Clear Vision for “My Little Pony Friendship is Magic” in the U.K., France, Spain, Italy, the Nordic countries and the Middle East.
The highly anticipated 3D-CG feature follow-up to the 2010 hit will be digitally re-mastered into the immersive IMAX 3D format and released in select IMAX theatres internationally beginning on June 20.
At the CinemaCon movie convention in Las Vegas on Thursday, 20th Century Fox announces that beloved comic-book character Charlie Brown will be coming to the big screen in a 3D animated version in 2015.
Award-winning children’s book, “The Fearsome Beastie,” by Giles Paley-Phillips, is to be adapted into an animated short co-directed by Katie Steed and Jon Hunt in collaboration with the UK’s University of Creative Arts.
Warner Bros releases “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” on Blu-ray combo pack and Digital Download July 30.
RGH Entertainment eyes more magic from “The Wizard of Oz” creator with new animated feature film inspired by L. Frank Baum’s “Life and Adventures of Santa Claus.”
International children’s channel KidsCo, Corus Entertainment’s joint-venture with NBCUniversal, launches its two-month-old Syfy Kids block in Asia this July.
Disney confirms details of Pete Docter’s “Inside Out,” told from the perspective of the emotions inside the mind of a little girl.
Jean-Francois Laguionie’s “The Painting” (“Le Tableau”) opens May 10 in New York followed by expansion to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta and other cities beginning May 24.
With “The Croods” poised to cross the $400 million mark worldwide, DreamWorks Animation is moving ahead with a sequel to its prehistoric family comedy.
Fox has pulled from its website the March 17th "Turban Cowboy" episode of Family Guy showing Peter Griffin running down marathoners with his car in his bid to win the race.
Comedy website CollegeHumor releases a new episode of its original animated series, “The Adventures of Kim Jong Un.”
V&S Entertainment signs a deal with RAI, bringing the second season of “Everything’s Rosie” to Italy.
Open Road Films acquires all U.S. distribution rights to the 3D animated family film “The Nut Job,” and sets January 17, 2014 as the release date.
Online entertainment network Machinima launches “Happy Hour Tales,” a fan-fiction series on Machinima's Happy Hour Channel where Machinima engages the community to submit story ideas.
Assorted Nuts and Frima Studio team up to create “Tiny Yeti,” an animated series and interactive game.