Adaptation of Aaron Blabey’s book series about notorious bad guys going good debuts April 15, 2022; Antonio Banderas reprises his role as the suave feline outlaw in the new sequel premiering September 23, 2022.
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Sci-fi thriller based on the popular webtoon is the first Korean-language project for the streamer; ‘Parasite’s Lee Sun-Kyun to star, with Kim Jee-Woon writing and directing.
The Academy Award winning actor will voice ‘The Dragon’ in Peggy Holmes’ tale of the unluckiest girl in the world, the first project under the animation studio's new multi-year deal to produce films and TV shows for Apple TV+.
Partnership kicks-off with features ‘Luck’ and ‘Spellbound,’ and two-season order for ‘The Search for WondLa,’ all set to stream on Apple TV+.
New 2D animated preschool series features four animal friends who deliver surprises to their neighbors; kids learn gentle life lessons about community, responsibility, and teamwork.
Based on the enormously popular book series, the show will feature live-action along with 2D and stop-motion animation.
Running May 20 – June 20, in support of UNICEF’s COVID-19 emergency and relief campaign, organization seeks to raise $50,000 in donations from the international children’s entertainment industry.
Sony Pictures TV, Scholastic and ‘Goosebumps’ film producer Neal Moritz are developing a new series based on R. L. Stine’s hugely popular children’s horror novels.
Show based on original PBS series brings Clifford to a new generation of young viewers; Paramount hybrid feature coming in 2020.
June 20th is the United Nations’ World Refugee Day; the noted animation writer and story editor shares her thoughts on why ’50 million children need more than my words.’
‘Little Prince’ director developing a trilogy of animated features based on the Eisner-winning comic series from Jeff Smith.
9 Story Media Group partners with Netflix and Scholastic to produce a new version of the Emmy Award-winning 1990s animated children’s series set to launch in fall 2017.
First published in 1963, Bridwell’s ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ series has 129 million books in print, an Emmy Award–winning television series, a motion picture and more.