The nominees for the 15th annual Golden Trailer Awards, which honors the best in motion picture trailers and marketing, are announced.
Attendees at next month’s Annecy International Animated Film Festival get a sneak peek at Pixar’s next film with “A Look Inside Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out,” hosted by director Pete Docter.
Blockbusters Frozen and Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World help boost The Walt Disney Company’s profits, which rose by 27% during the second quarter to $1.9 billion.
TriStar Productions sets director Robert Zemeckis’ next as-yet untitled feature, based on high-wire walker Philippe Petit’s memoirs, “To Reach the Clouds,” for October 2, 2015.
Primetime TV Stars Jason O’Mara, Morena Baccarin and Thomas Gibson lead stellar voice cast in animated Blu-ray combo pack, DVD & Digital HD.
Directing duo Kijek/Adamski unveil their unique stop motion wide-projection film ‘Trace,’ which is now screening at the Motion Factory animation exhibition at Paris digital arts centre La Gaîté lyrique.
Cameron is producing the sci-fi adventure project with his Lightstorm Entertainment partners Jon Landau and Rae Sanchini.
Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 kicks off the summer box office in style, bringing in $92 million domestically for its debut; Fox comedy The Other Woman comes in second place with $14.2 million.
Sony’s Untitled Smurfs Movie is given a U.S. release date of August 5, 2016; the film will debut internationally one month earlier.
For Lakeshore Entertainment’s I, Frankenstein, Rising Sun Picture produces intricate environmental effects and matte paintings to establish several of the film’s dark and brooding settings.
DreamWorks Animation stock slides sharply following a $57 million impairment charge against earnings taken by the company due to disappointing box office results for Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
Time Warner says the performance of two movies -- ‘The LEGO Movie’ and ‘300: Rise of An Empire’ -- helped the company increase first quarter profit by 71%.
Paramount and Nickelodeon Movies release a second teaser trailer for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action reboot produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman.
British actor Bob Hoskins, who played Eddie Valiant in the 1988, live-action/animated hybrid classic ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit,’ dies at the age of 71.
The Company's first quarter 2014 results include an impairment charge of $57 million related to the performance of 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' in the worldwide theatrical market.
The cast of Star Wars Episode VII is announced with actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow set to join the original stars of the saga.
Warner Bros. confirms plans for a movie based on its iconic super-team, with Man of Steel's Henry Cavill expected to reprise his role as Superman.
The final installment of ‘The Hobbit’ is retitled from ‘There And Back Again’ to ‘The Battle of the Five Armies.’
Sony Pictures sets sci-fi adventure Pixels, based on the short film by Patrick Jean, for release on May 15, 2015.
Animators laid off by Walt Disney Animation Studios are left in the cold after the studio hands out some big bonuses.
Fox comedy The Other Woman dominates the final weekend before the official start of the summer box office with a $24.7 million debut, unseating Captain America: The Winter Soldier from the top spot at the North American box office after it topped the chart for three consecutive weekends.
The UK’s Through the Hawthorn…, by Anna Benner, Pia Borg, and Gemma Burditt, wins the Grand Prix award at the 2014 Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film.