The streamer brings a whole lot of BAD home for the holidays as the ‘Bad Guys’ get naughty and Christmas celebrations come to a halt; the 3DCG special premieres November 30.
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The 3DCG short tells the origin story of the colorful stylized dinosaurs inhabiting the studio’s IP; following 2 months of concept development, the team tapped Autodesk Maya and Arnold, using the Conductor cloud-based rendering service, to complete the film.
From creators Eli Roth and James Frey, the studio’s first-ever animated horror series for older kids, about a group of misfit teens trying to save New Orleans from a demonic threat, scores a Season 2 pickup.
The all-new animated adventure, now streaming, features the NYC assembly of the Avengers, who, in all their LEGO finery, must overcome the threat of the Red Skull and his Hydra forces.
Set in the world of the beloved 1982 cult classic, the upcoming show will be executive produced by Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey for Amblin Television.
Nickelodeon, Spin Master, and Paramount bring puppy magic home, without the shedding, and it’s Pawsome! The 3DCG animated feature is now available for digital purchase.
New special episodes of ‘The Snoopy Show,’ ‘Frog and Toad,’ ‘Sago Mini Friends,’ and ‘Shape Island’ coming in December; streamer offers free viewing windows for classic holiday ‘Peanuts’ specials ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ and ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas.’
The 10-episode Captain Nemo origin story, starring Shazad Latif, pulled from the Disney+ slate in August due to cost cutting, will now air on AMC and AMC+ in 2024; VFX studios include Cinesite, Cumulus VFX, Firebrand VFX, Future Associates, Jellyfish Pictures, MISC Studios, MPC, and Outpost VFX.
For Production VFX Supervisor David Van Dyke, Season 2 of Taika Waititi’s hit Max series saw fewer visual effects shots but more efficient virtual production that included use of a library of panoramic background location and sky shots as well as a re-configured LED Volume, known as the ‘J.’
Tag and her pal Scooch return to Pawston with more tail-wagging adventures; 14 all-new episodes come to Netflix next month.
Watch the VFX breakdown reels showcasing how the studio delivered 236 shots on 20 sequences, including the creation of the Jackapace and the Pit Monster.
The Croods and the Bettermans have a major feud, and the kids just want everyone to ‘get along’ in the new season of the popular 3DCG animated series streaming next month on Hulu and Peacock.
Jim Cooper, Jeff Dixon, and Leo Riley talk about the spooky tone and unique animation style of their all-new DreamWorks series that teams two smart kids - and their mom - in a race to return artifacts stolen by their ancestors and lift the curse to get their dad back; just in time for Halloween, the show hits Apple TV+ today, October 27.
The fast-food trio returns, picking up where they left off 8 years ago, solving all of life’s modern issues through acts of sheer stupidity; new season debuts Sunday, November 26, with each episode streaming on Max the next day.
In the all-new special, which debuts today, October 27 on Paramount+, Cartman has disturbing dreams; will he be replaced, and will life as he knows it come to an end?
The series’ 25-track soundtrack, now available, immerses viewers in the sounds of the upcoming 8-episode adult animation series, set in Edo-period Japan, that tells the story of a master of the sword who lives a life in disguise while seeking revenge; watch it November 3.
The upcoming show, which brings to life the growing years of one of the greatest kings in history, will be available on the Minno Kids streaming service and the Angel Studios streaming platform and app, with new episodes airing once a month.
The storyboard artist/writer/director discusses how he transformed a 2D short film into a stop-motion feature.
Created by Dan Guterman, the existential animated adult comedy follows Carol, a quiet and uncomfortable woman who stands alone, lost among the hedonistic masses; streaming globally in December.
Check out the new TV spot for the coming-of-age animated musical comedy that follows the eponymous 74-year-old lizard as he plans to escape his decades-long terrarium home after discovering he has only one year to live; tickets now available for special preview screenings at 150 theaters across the U.S. November 11-12.
The 28th edition, set for April 23-26, poses the question: Is the Media & Entertainment community moving closer together? Magnopus Global Director of Innovation Salomon Rogers named program chair.
As he does with AWN every season, the two-time Emmy winner riffs on his latest collection of sci-fi adventures that ‘boldly, but not too boldly’ go where no one has gone before; his uniquely funny and very ‘Trekky’ adult animated comedy, the ‘Star Trek’ franchise’s first, is now streaming on Paramount+.
Awards to be presented in-person November 12 at a special screening during the festival, which runs November 9-12 in Vancouver and online.