On the heels of a Golden Globe win for Best Animated Feature, Disney’s Frozen is headed to Broadway.
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Disney’s Frozen beats DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods and Universal’s Despicable Me 2 for the award for Best Animated Feature Film at the 71st Golden Globes awards ceremony.
Adam Sanderson is named senior vice president, corporate communications of The Walt Disney Company, where he will oversee D23: The Official Disney Fan Club, Disney Corporate Creative Resources and the Walt Disney Archives.
Women In Animation and Walt Disney Animation Studios kickoff the organization’s 20th year with its first event of 2014, “Frozen: An Evening with the Filmmakers,” on Tuesday, January 14th.
Out from under George Lucas’ wings, ILM’s legendary visual effects guru takes the helm as Chief Creative Officer.
DreamWorks Animation’s 3D prehistoric family adventure wins the award for Best Animated Feature at Italy’s Capri Hollywood Film Festival.
Walt Disney Studios teams up with fashion designer Christian Siriano to create a costume for The Pirate Fairy’s Zarina.
Thomas Newman is honored with the Frederick Loewe Award for Film Composing for Saving Mr. Banks at the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival.
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.
Dutch animation house Studio Smack helps Greenpeace bring home its message about the alarming rate of disappearing species by removing the animals from the opening sequence of Disney’s The Lion King.
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.
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.
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.
Still in first place over its second weekend at the box office, Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug takes in $31.5 million for Warner Bros., New Line and MGM.
Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug debuts at the top of the box office charts this weekend, with Disney's Frozen coming in second place.
Disney unveils hidden gem images from animated feature Frozen, including sweet treats, fine art, and guests from foreign lands.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announces nominations for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards.
Iconic entertainment industry executive Rich Frank joins the Board of Directors for child development television network BabyFirst.
Super villains, fast cars, and magic nannies all team up on store shelves for this week's home entertainment releases on Blu-Ray and DVD.
Disney's Frozen climbs to number one in its second weekend with $31.6 million, toppling The Hunger Games: Catching Fire from the top spot.