Set for a 2024 debut, the new animated series from the ‘Game of Zones’ creators is about men with no jobs trying to find purpose in a world where they’re no longer needed… but have a large monthly universal basic income.
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The feline feature follows famous rapper Tough Dog, who swaps bodies with a kitten and must ask shy girl Kim for help in exchange for advice on how to be popular.
The two studios are teaming up to showcase new advances in volumetric video tools used to create digital humans as part of the VES’ ‘Creating Lifelike Digital Humans -- Volumetric Video Capture Techniques for VFX Pipelines,’ set for November 12; registration is now open on Eventbrite.
The ‘Robot Chicken’ studio’s second Disney holiday special follows Mickey and Minnie as they travel to the North Pole to save Christmas and learn the true meaning of the holiday; show arrives late November on ABC, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, and Disney+.
The animated family film sequel to 2019’s ‘The Big Trip’ features the voice talents of Pauly Shore and Jesse McCartney.
Byron Howard and Rich Moore’s Oscar-winning 2016 animated action-comedy gets its own spin-off series streaming later this week; six new stories return to the mammal metropolis for a deep dive into the film’s characters.
Attendees can explore experiential installations, panels, photo ops, and exclusive premieres of the latest projects and shows from the leading anime platform at the upcoming convention running November 18-20.
The XA curriculum explores new forms of animation practice and allows students to design their career paths through individual mentorships and a flexible curriculum; the application deadline is November 15.
London-based Rafi Nizam used Omniverse Create XR and content-creation apps from Adobe, Autodesk, and Epic Games to create his fun new animated show.
Zayn Malik, Sophie Okonedo, and Dylan Llewellyn will lend their voices in undisclosed roles, while Sione Ashley voices Rose and Mo Gilligan stars as Beckett, a pampered and selfish cat that takes his life for granted.
Watch Mike Anderson and Ryan Dickie’s latest animated collaboration - created with real-time tools including Unreal Engine - set 1,000 years in the future; their film joins the network’s other original short-form content commissioned from emerging animators and comedic voices from around the world.
Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s big budgeted dystopian sci-fi thriller, which just finished its Season 4 run, falls victim to decreasing viewership and Warner Bros. Discovery’s ongoing cost-cutting measures.
The new series, based on Chinese author Liu Cixin’s Hugo Award-winning sci-fi novels about humanity’s first contact with an alien race, debuts December 3; David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ live-action version will debut on Netflix next year.
‘Maya and the Three,’ ‘Hilda and the Mountain King,’ and ‘City of Ghosts’ among top nominees in NATAS’ brand-new, standalone awards expansion; inaugural ceremonies slated for December 10-11.
The ‘Game of Thrones’ star’s role was accidentally acknowledged when the Marvel and Disney+ series’ official Tenor account tagged the character by name in a gif.
The ‘She-Hulk’ and ‘Aladdin’ actors join Pink Parrot Media’s upcoming 3D animated feature, a story about a resourceful teen butterfly who can’t fly, set to hit theaters in Fall 2023.
The Council focuses on the science and technology of motion pictures, including preservation of its history, education, and industry standards; new members include industry veterans Paul Cameron, Paul Debevec, Tom Duffield, and Marlon West.
Kristine Belson, Jorge R. Gutierrez, Ramsey Naito, and Genndy Tartakovsky among the HOF inductees; three days of keynotes, panels, and networking events kicks off with gala dinner on November 6.
The white paper includes a survey of companies in multiple industries on how they are implementing hybrid work policies, the obstacles they’ve faced, and what they hope to achieve from employing a split environment option.
Ex-DreamWorks Animation exec and ‘How to Train your Dragon’ franchise producer now developing ‘Dragon’ author Cressida Cowell’s latest book ‘Which Way to Anywhere;’ exec to spearhead numerous episodic projects, TV specials, and features for the family and kids’ entertainment company.
Helmed by Oscar-winning director Don Hall, the studio’s new original animated feature transports viewers to uncharted, treacherous lands alongside three generations of the Clade family; watch the star-studded voice cast share their descriptions of the new adventure – coming to U.S. theaters later this month.
The ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ director has been onboarded by Paramount, Bad Robot, and Toho to adapt the animated romantic fantasy drama, considered a modern Japanese classic.
Students worldwide are invited to submit a comic, manga, bande dessinée, webtoon, storyboard, or illustration for a chance to get published and win prizes.
Tentatively titled ‘Vision Quest,’ the show would follow the S.W.O.R.D. agency-created sentient robot as he attempts to regain his memory and humanity.