Zoic Studios creates a photo-real talking dolphin, turning a friendly, silent creature into an overeager aquatic friend in Aquarium, a new spot for Dynamics ePlate.
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CAKE launches the stop-motion animated Clay Kids in Brazil, featuring the voice of local rapper/songwriter Gabriel O Pensador.
After joining Tiger Aspect in 2001, and working across all the company’s programming, Tom Beattie is appointed the new Head of Animation and Children’s Programming.
Now in its second year, the SIGGRAPH Mobile program presents the latest advances in mobile technologies, graphics, and apps with talks, workshops, panels, and demonstrations with mobile innovators from around the world.
The executive, who was to have stepped down as CEO in March 2015, will retain that title until the end of his current contract as executive chairman expires.
Ahead of its North American debut, Universal and Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me 2 climbs its way up the international box office chart.
Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, a first ever crossover television special for Marvel and Disney characters, premieres Friday, August 16 on Disney Channel.
D23 Expo attendees to be among the first to see the film in 3D with special appearances from select filmmakers and stars.
Pixar’s Monsters University stays at number one in its second weekend with $46.2 million to cross the $300 million mark worldwide.
Visual effects house Cinesite completes over 430 shots on Paramount’s World War Z, as well as stereo conversion of the visual effects.
New Adult Swim Funhouse will dazzle and delight series panels for fan favorite shows and 2014 animated series Soundproof Booth will provide fans a sweet escape.
Cartoon Network plans Adventure Time and Regular Show extravaganzas at 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, including an Adventure Time booth featuring a replica of the Ice King’s castle and Regular Show Regular Zone Experience at New Children’s Museum of San Diego, as well as back-to-Back Adventure Time and Regular Show Panels at Hilton Bayfront on Friday, July 19.
Canadian media regulator the CRTC approves a revised bid by Bell Media-parent BCE to acquire Astral Media for $3.4 billion.
Mark Gordon, Don Murphy and Susan Montford are producing the film adaptation of the 1990s TV series.
Digital distribution company Cinedigm and Mondo Media, the Internet's leading multi-platform distributor of animation for teens and young adults, enter into a strategic content distribution partnership.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences extends invitations to join the organization to 276 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures.
A mid-year report shows that the first six months of 2013 have been good to Hollywood stocks, with Disney overtaking Comcast – for now – as the most valuable media company.
The SoundWorks Collection, which profiles audio design in major movie releases, has released a new featurette delving into the sound for Pixar’s latest feature, Monsters University.
Iconic superheroes get stop-motion skewering with the release of Robot Chicken DC Comics Special on Blu-ray and DVD July 9.
Toon Boom Animation announces a reorganization of its product line with Animate 3, ideal for for frame-by-frame animation, and Animate Pro 3, ideal for cut-out rigging animation.
BAFTA-winning director of The Eagleman Stag releases a trailer for his latest animated short, Marilyn Myller.
ABC heads to Comic-Con with Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D with a panel event featuring executive producer Joss Whedon and Marvel head Jeph Loeb.
Blacklist takes a historical journey through the Santa Ynez Valley in an elegant spot for the Chumash Casino Resort.