Jared Stern's whimsical new animated series, launching November 8, addresses Dr. Seuss’ age-old questions… will you eat it in a box? Will you eat it with a fox?
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Take a first look at the Warner Bros. Animation series, based on Dr. Seuss’s iconic children’s book, which debuts November 8.
Duke Caboom, Gabby Gabby and Ducky & Bunny are the latest examples of the studio’s unparalleled ability to create memorable and emotionally satisfying characters.
Absent from the ‘Toy Story’ narrative after having been given away long ago, Bo has dusted herself off to become a strong, funny and adventurous female character that belies her seemingly fragile porcelain exterior.
Woody enlists his entire toy cohort, old and new, including Bo Peep, Ducky and Bunny, and a preening Duke Caboom, to save their anxious ‘craft-project-turned-toy’ friend.
For director Josh Cooley and producers Jonas Rivera and Mark Nielsen, the overriding concern revisiting the treasured ‘Toy Story’ world was making sure they ‘didn’t mess it up.’
Bo Peep returns, to Woody’s surprise, joining newcomers Ducky and Bunny, voiced by comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele, in 'Toy Story' franchise's third sequel hitting theatres June 21.
Directed by Jon Favreau, Disney’s live-action remake of The Lion King opens in U.S. theaters on July 19.
With a release date set for December 22, 2021, will director Genndy Tartakovsky return to the hit franchise?
Adam Devine, Michael Douglas, Ilana Glazer, Diane Keaton, Eddie Izzard, Tracy Morgan, Keegan-Michael Key and more join voice cast for new project produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
Comedic duo reunites to voice new ‘Toy Story’ characters Ducky and Bunny, poking fun at Woody, Buzz and third sequel in hilarious new "reaction" video.
The acclaimed director returns to cowrite and direct the third installment of Sony Pictures Animation’s ghoulish adventure comedy.
Franchise director is joined by voice cast stars Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Keegan-Michael Key and Kathryn Hahn to share jokes and tasty bits from Sony Pictures Animation’s ‘Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.’
Dracula boards a summer cruise with his pals and falls for the mysterious Captain Ericka in the sequel, due in theaters July 13.
Feature for Netflix will be adapted from a book the stop-motion icon is writing with Clay McLeod Chapman.
Crew also is set for director Jon Favreau’s live action version of the animated classic, due in theaters in 2019.
With his monster pals tagging along, Dracula is on course for a romantic encounter while taking a summer cruise.
New teaser trailer for Oscar-nominated filmmaker’s feature debut will also appear in theaters Friday, July 28, with ‘The Emoji Movie.’
Emmy-nominated stop-motion animated series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is created and produced by Matthew Senreich and Zeb Wells of ‘Robot Chicken’ fame.
Taraji P. Henson and Keegan-Michael Key to make guest-voice appearances in one-hour episode, ‘The Great Phatsby,’ airing in January 2017.
Nominations for Outstanding Animated Program are given to FX’s ‘Archer,’ Disney’s ‘Phineas and Ferb Last Day of Summer,’ Comedy Central’s ‘South Park’ and Fox TV’s’ Bob’s Burgers’ and ‘The Simpsons.’
Produced by visual effects and animation studio Sony Pictures Imageworks, ‘The Angry Birds Movie’ is written by Jon Vitti and directed by Fergal Reilly and Clay Kaytis.