Okay, so maybe it isn't really a full-blown sport, but if the proliferation of these videos of digital artwork screen-captured during the creation process is any indication, it's fast becoming a popular spectator event in any case.
Disney has scrapped plans to produce Robert Zemeckis' performance capture remake of the 1968 Beatles animated film, YELLOW SUBMARINE, reports ComingSoon.net.
20th Century Fox has picked up a tentpole sci-fi project from McG's Wonderland Sound and Vision, reports Deadline.com.
Over the years Calabash Animation has taken Lucky the Leprechaun -- the beloved brand icon for General Mills’ Lucky Charms cereal -- on an amazing number of adventures.
Classic Media, a global media company with a portfolio of some of the world’s leading family entertainment brands, and World Events Productions (WEP), a top animated television production company, today announced new consumer products partners in the U.S. for Voltron for the relaunch of the iconic franchise.
DHX Media has launched a new iOS app based on the hit animated preschool show Animal Mechanicals, at the same time as its Grandpa in My Pocket app goes global, further strengthening the position of the interactive division as an award-winning developer of games for online and mobile devices.
DreamWorks Animation unveiled its secret weapon at last Friday's LA sneak peek of KUNG FU PANDA 2 and PUSS IN BOOTS: Guillermo del Toro.
FOX's epic new sci-fi series TERRA NOVA will no longer preview this May, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Oscar-nominee Jennifer Lawrence is the frontrunner for the lead in Gary Ross' HUNGER GAMES, reports Variety.
The real conflict in this film isn't between the humans and Martians, but between the cliché and the generally humorous and touching. Weak pop culture jokes are pitted against heartwarming scenes between mothers and sons. Action out of the action device handbook pulls down some good character development. It's a battle till the very end.
This Disney new 3D animation release opening TODAY (March 11, 2011) is mediocre at best. The storyline about a young boy who went up to Mars to save his mom who was kidnapped by Martians is weak and not believable. The character Gribble (stranded boy who grew up to be an adult on Mars) is not credible or well developed. The visual is not that impressive either.
Neil Gaiman (CORALINE) will write English scripts for a Chinese-produced 3-D trilogy based on the legend of the Monkey King, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Nickelodeon, the global leader in television animation, will introduce 450 episodes of new animation programming over the next three years, with nearly 200 episodes rolling out on Saturday mornings in 2012.
Cinesite, one of the world’s leading film visual effects houses, has completed a series of stunning and technically challenging visual effects for the new epic disaster movie by Sony/Columbia, Battle: Los Angeles, which opens in cinemas today.
Via is Nine Inch Nails forum, Trent Reznor announced that he has changed his mind and will no longer be involved in ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER.
Legendary Pictures has made it official — Guillermo del Toro will next direct PACIFIC RIM, reports ComingSoon.net.
The Hollywood Reporter writes that Sony has found its villain and release date for Neill Blomkamp’s highly anticipated ELYSIUM.
Warner Bros. Pictures’ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 has become the highest grossing installment in the Harry Potter franchise in international markets.
I’m here for DreamWorks’ press event promoting its 2011 releases Kung Fu Panda 2 and Puss in Boots. A sequel and a spin-off, hmmm…I walk in, keeping my fingers crossed; the first Panda is one of my favorite animated films of recent years – why mess with perfection? And a skeptic might uncharitably describe Antonio Banderas’ feline swashbuckler as a one-note character: can he carry an entire film on his furry shoulders?