The VFX supervisor on Greta Gerwig’s hit film sheds light on the various ways the famed Mattel doll and her world came to life across 1,300 shots involving various digital filmmaking tools, including virtual production, previs, postvis, CG set augmentation, and more than 20 fully CG shots, produced by Framestore, Chicken Bone FX, FuseFX, UPP, and Lola VFX.
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Directors Adam and Aaron Nee’s live-action project, based on Mattel’s He-Man character, dropped by Netflix this past July after $30 million was spent in development, is rumored to be headed to Amazon MGM Studios, with lead Kyle Allen still attached.
The fight for Eternia continues... Kevin Smith and Mattel’s Emmy nominated animated series returns, as He-Man battles a newly mechanized Skeletor and the Horde Empire; the series streams January 25, 2024.
International distribution deals were also announced for new and previous seasons of the popular animated series as well as ‘Bob the Builder’ and ‘Little People;’ WildBrain is heading to MIPCOM, which runs October 16-19.
The 3DCG series follows a new generation of racers, promising a ‘high-speed comedy thrill ride for the whole family,’ debuting Spring 2024.
Now deeply integrated into creative workflows across Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Express and Adobe Experience Cloud, Firefly’s foundational generative AI models can be used to create stunning content safe for commercial use.
The 90-minute September 27 fan event celebrates upcoming genre animated series with sneak peek ‘drops’ and surprises, including the digital premiere of ‘Castlevania: Nocturne,’ Episodes 1-3.
The all-new 3DCG show follows the adventure of Malibu Barbie and Brooklyn Barbie as they find and protect a baby Pegasus; Netflix debut set for September 14.
The live-action project, based on Mattel’s He-Man character, now searches for a new home, with directors Adam and Aaron Nee and lead Kyle Allen still attached.
The studios’ co-development projects kick off with the 4-quadrant film set in a world split by two powerful feuding brothers with clashing convictions.
The 1987 cult classic live-action ‘Masters of the Universe’ alum returns to Eternia as ‘Motherboard,’ an ancient sorceress of technology; the continuaton of Kevin Smith and Mattel’s Emmy nominated ‘He-Man’ animated series is coming to Netflix in 2024.
Eric Ellenbogen steps down as CEO and Vice Chair; Jim Fielding moves from Chief Marketing and Brands Officer to Strategic Advisor to the CEO and Board of Directors.
The all-new animated preschool series, ‘Barney’s World,’ will air in 2024 on Cartoon Network and stream on Max.
Coinciding with Autism Acceptance Month, the new animated movie features the iconic franchise’s newest friend, Bruno the Brake Car, an autistic character who embarks on a journey with Thomas and his gang; hitting the streamer April 1, it also broadcasts in Canada April 2 and the U.S. April 3.
The titular superhero Kara Danvers/Kara Zor-El in the hit CW show joins the follow-up to Kevin Smith’s Emmy-nominated animated series, premiering globally on Netflix in 2024.
Mattel's all-new 3DCG film, debuting March 16, stars Barbie’s little sister Skipper as she struggles with self-confidence and overcoming difficulties through her summer jobs.
Studio milestones include creating and producing the first fully-CG TV series ‘Reboot’ and the first large-scale toon shaded CG series ‘Spider-Man: The New Animated Series.’
The famous purple dinosaur will hit screens in 2024 with a brand-new preschool animated series; full range of toys, books, clothing, and other merchandise, including stuff for adult fans, is on the way.
The animation company’s real-time proprietary technology delivers Santa’s holiday cheer - powered by high-speed production, automation, and integration with AI.
Mattel’s iconic franchise introduces a positive, neurodivergent role model, Bruno, as a joyful, pun-making brake car, voiced by Chuck Smith, an autistic actor, who makes his debut during the Season 26 premiere September 12 on Cartoon Network’s Cartoonito.
Series creator, writer, and executive producer Rob David jumped at the chance to reboot one of his favorite childhood cartoons, bringing the larger-than-life character and show mythology, centered on the core principle that ‘heroes aren’t born, they’re made,’ to a brand-new audience.
From Kevin Smith, Mattel TV and Powerhouse Animation comes the next chapter of the storied franchise; in the series, it’s technology versus magic as He-Man and the heroic warriors face the forces of Skeletor.
Hitting Netflix April 8, the new animated series focuses on Barbie BFFs ‘Malibu’ and ‘Brooklyn;’ caught in the bustle of the Big Apple they soon discover the necessity of having friends and family to lean on if they’re going to make their dreams a reality.
The one-hour movie event offers Cartoon Network’s youngest viewers an action-packed adventure with new characters and new songs; special premieres today, December 27 on Cartoonito.