The Skydance Animation CG animated film, directed by Emmy Award winner Peggy Holmes, about the unluckiest person in the world who stumbles onto the never-before-seen Land of Luck, premieres globally August 5 on Apple TV+.
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Wētā FX’s Guy Williams and Mark Gee talk about bringing the scene-stealing avian sidekick to life for James Gunn's celebrated DCEU spinoff series, now streaming on HBO Max.
The voluntary move by 20th Television Animation comes as TAG members ratify its 2021-2024 Master Agreement.
Cowabunga, dude! Raphael, Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Donatello return in an all-new animated feature, the newest installment in the famed franchise, hitting the streamer August 5.
After months of negotiations, the 2021-2024 Animation Guild Master Agreement gets ratified with overwhelming support and a historic voter turnout.
A new season is in the works for Steve Dildarian’s hilarious musings about an average kid just trying to figure stuff out with the support and guidance of the group of inept grownups that surrounds him.
The company’s creative team transformed footage shot in Atlanta into a Manhattan-bound hellscape for the streamer’s four-part miniseries based on the DC comic book series of the same name.
The lovable healthcare robot from Disney’s Oscar-winning feature ‘Big Hero 6’ gets his own animated series, now streaming on Disney+.
Based on the bestselling books by Tad Hills, the series follows 2 best-feathered friends who learn to embrace each other’s differences; show premieres Friday, July 8.
Start popping that corn… it’s summer, and Lucasfilm and the LEGO Group have a new animated special just around the corner; set shortly after the events of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,’ the latest entry in the popular branded cross-saga storytelling hits the streamer August 5.
Jack Black and James Hong reprise their roles as Po and his father, Mr. Ping, in the CG animated series coming to Netflix on July 14.
Guillermo del Toro, David Fincher, Henry Selick, and more joined the streamer’s Animation Showcase to rev the crowd, discuss their upcoming animated projects, and champion the power of the medium.
Studio team, led by director Peggy Holmes, wows the appreciative festival crowd with a fun set of sneak peek sequences showcasing its ‘very first’ animated feature film, coming to Apple TV+ August 5.
Creators Maddy Darrall and Billy Macqueen talk about their new live-action / CG animated kids’ series, now streaming, about 2 sisters caring for the animals on their family farm, and how ILM’s single biggest challenge… was creating Quackety Duck Duck.
Based on BioWare’s popular ‘Dragon Age’ game, the animated series takes viewers into the world of Thedas, with new characters inspired by the franchise’s lore; series hits the streamer in December.
More big news from Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan, who shared the announcements during yesterday’s ‘Ghostbusters Day’ celebration; new animated series based on the IP also in the works.
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.
Ahead of next week’s Annecy 2022 festival, the streamer announces a set of new projects including Sergio Pablos’ ‘Klaus’ follow-up, ‘Ember,’ and the animated musical, ‘Scrooge: A Christmas Carol.’
‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ co-writers Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan are the first two names attached to the project, from Sony Pictures Animation, which will mark the third animated show spawned by the franchise.
Creator and star Seth MacFarlane says the sci-fi series’ move from FOX to Hulu better served its character-driven comedy.
Director Hisko Hulsing talks about the production of Prime Video’s acclaimed animated series, from the many supervisory hats he wears to the sublimity of the writing.
Financed entirely by the crypto community and developed by Toonbox Studio, the adult animated series features the misadventures of an amnesic unicorn; episodes 1 and 2 now streaming.
Dice Tsutsumi’s 4-episode animated series, set in a world filled with oddball gods and monsters of Japanese mythology, tells the tale of a brave, free-spirited girl who must fight to protect her peaceful village.
Both shows were unveiled at this past weekend’s Star Wars Celebration, amidst other splashy announcements and a surprise screening of the first two episodes of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi.’