22-year VFX veteran bolsters studio’s supervisory team; studio’s recent project deliveries include ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3,’ ‘Barbie,’ ‘The Little Mermaid’ and ‘Loki’ Season 2.
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The Oscar-nominated artist and frequent Tim Burton and Henry Selick collaborator died September 12 after suffering complications due to aphasia and primary progressive aphasia.
The sequel to Tim Burton’s 1988 cult classic will star Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice, Jenna Ortega as Lydia Deetz’ daughter, and Justin Theroux in an undisclosed role, haunting theaters September 6, 2024.
The ‘Wednesday’ actress may just be Tim Burton’s next muse now that rumors are swirling she may play Lydia Deetz’s daughter in the upcoming spooky sequel.
The visual effects supervisor discusses creating the show’s iconic, disembodied hand, along with the demonic Hyde creature and spooky Nevermore Academy, on Netflix’s hit supernatural coming-of-age comedy, recently renewed for Season 2.
After debuting in November, the hugely popular series has been picked up for a second season, promising more mystical mayhem as the deadpan eldest daughter of the Addams Family continues her ‘tortuous journey’ at the spooky prep school, Nevermore Academy.
Images show the disembodied hand actor Victor Dorobantu doing his ‘thang’ on set, though his role required a surprising full-body contorting performance.
The highly anticipated series, focused on the deadpan eldest daughter of the Addams clan, premieres November 23.
The famed director’s twisted series gives new life to the ghoulish ‘Addams Family’ clan while charting the supernaturally infused mystery of Morticia and Gomez Addams’ angsty daughter’s years at the Nevermore Academy; coming to the streamer this Fall.
VFX veteran takes the reins from current creative director and two-time Oscar-winning VFX supervisor Paul Franklin, who will continue providing visual effects consulting to the company on features as well as develop and direct new projects.
The legendary Disney writer and director, who’s currently serving as a Distinguished Artist in Residence at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University, talks about his 40-year career and the future of animation.
The former Walt Disney Studios exec joins the company March 28 in the newly created role; studio also announces Harry Linden came on board as head of Stop Frame Production earlier this month.
Joanna Quinn and Les Mills’ comedy about a larger-than-life Welsh housewife takes home three awards; Locksmith Animation’s tale of an awkward middle-schooler and his defective robot takes home Best Longform honors.
‘Ron’s Gone Wrong,’ ‘Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas,’ and ‘Robin Robin’ among the animated shows chosen; winners to be announced at the awards ceremony on March 10.
The Welsh actress is cast as the sultry 'Cara Mia,' joining Luis Guzmán as her onscreen husband, Gomez, in Netflix’s upcoming supernatural, ooky-spooky coming of age series starring Jenny Ortega as the eponymous anti-heroine.
Prolific actor boards Netflix’s new supernatural coming of age series starring Jenny Ortega as the eponymous daughter in the eccentric, kooky Addams family brood.
Company brings on VFX supervisors Khalid Almeerani and Carlos Caballero Valdés, and VFX producers Lisa Purisima and Florent Villegas, to bolster its high-end visual effects production efforts.
‘Scream’ actress to star in the sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy; live-action, dark comedic coming-of-age series marks the famed filmmaker’s TV directorial debut.
The legendary helmer makes his TV directorial debut in coming-of-age comedy based on the iconic ‘The Addams Family’ daughter.
Multiple networks are reportedly bidding to acquire the new Burton-produced live-action TV show that follows the perspective of Wednesday Addams in 2020.
73 lots of featured art includes collections of rare production cels, animation drawings, and concept artwork, David Hall and Mary Blair pieces, and a variety of memorabilia signed by Walt Disney.
8-episode series was created by writer Grahame-Smith, author of ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ and ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Killer.’
41 short films from 20 countries have been selected for competition, including a number of works by new talent.