Get your popcorn, find your seat early - the studio’s 3DCG animated feature Migration flies into theaters December 22, preceded by the all-new film starring everyone’s favorite ‘Despicable’ bad guy.
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Here we are together... we're on an adventure... seeing what life has to offer… what could possibly go wrong? Illumination has just dropped an all-new trailer for 'Migration,' about a feathered family vacation gone awry, which flies into theaters December 22.
From Illumination, the house that brought us ‘Despicable Me’ and ‘Minions’ franchises, comes a new original comedy that follows a feathered family vacation from New York City to tropical Jamaica that manages to go awry, flying into theaters December 22.
From the house that brought us ‘Despicable Me’ and ‘Minions’ franchises comes a new original comedy that follows a feathered family vacation from New York City to tropical Jamaica, hitting theaters December 22.
In a surprise appearance, global superstar Pharrell Williams presented Meledandri with the Festival’s distinguished honor, a ‘Golden Ticket’ lifetime accreditation; Oscar-nominated filmmaker Benjamin Renner joined the studio chief in the footage reveal of their upcoming December animated comedy adventure release.
The VFX supervisor shares his studio’s fun, old-school visual effects work on Elizabeth Banks’ horror comedy based on the true story of a black bear, sometimes known as Pablo Escobear, who fatally ingested 75 pounds of cocaine dropped by smugglers in the Tennessee wilderness in 1985.
The adult comedy from FOX Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, set two decades after the original series, stars executive-producer Elizabeth Banks as Pebbles.
Elizabeth Banks to produce and star as Fred and Wilma’s now 20-something daughter in the continuing stories of everyone’s favorite modern Stone Age Family.
Everything is awesome with animation director Trisha Gum’s collaboration on the long-awaited sequel with director Mike Mitchell, creative duo Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, and animation studio Animal Logic.
The director of Chris Miller and Phil Lord’s long-awaited ‘LEGO Movie’ sequel didn’t dial back a thing, encouraging crazy ideas from anyone and everyone when it came the film’s gags, cameos and brand-new characters.
Emmet, Lucy and LEGO Batman reunite in all their respective clueless, angsty & self-absorbed zaniness to save their world in long-awaited ‘LEGO Movie’ sequel.
Emmy-nominated actor and director helps VR storytelling go mainstream as the voice of “Cheez” in Baobab Studios’ newest animated virtual reality experience.
‘Special Special Edition’ features a bonus Blu-ray disc with over two hours of new special features.