Created entirely in Unreal Engine, the animated feature explores themes of love and redemption through a diverse cast of characters set in a futuristic world; the film screens online as part of next month’s festival in Toronto.
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Mindy Kaling’s animated series mixes old school and new school hijinks as it explores the origin story of Mystery Inc.’s brainiest, most underappreciated member, Velma Dinkley; show debuts January 12 on HBO Max.
The epic Viking anime’s second season follows Thorfinn trying to find meaning in life after the death of his nemesis Askeladd; new episodes available every Monday.
Spencer Susser’s stop-motion short, featuring the voice talents of Taika Waititi, Ricky Gervais, and Zac Efron, features a compelling and relatable bunny who delivers a genuinely impactful performance, part of the Humane Society International’s global campaign to ban animal testing for cosmetics.
Producer Mark Swift talks about the development of DreamWorks Animation’s blockbuster adventure-comedy now in theaters, and why the long-awaited swashbuckling feline’s return is his favorite of all the films he’s worked on.
Joel Crawford, director of DreamWorks Animation’s latest adventure-comedy, talks about Kurosawa, Sergio Leone, and the making of his new film about the famous whiskered adventurer’s coming to grips with mortality, a brilliant, instant classic, now in theaters.
Atsuko Ishizuka’ highly personal 2D animated feature tells the story of 3 childhood friends who, over a summer, find that life is leading them onto very different paths of self-discovery, now available on DVD and Blu-ray.
For Production Designer Nate Wragg, the daredevil feline star and supporting characters of DreamWorks Animation’s new 3DCG comedy adventure, launching today in theaters, sport more exciting, painterly looks that draw heavily from their illustrated origins.
Nickelodeon and Mattel Television’s animated comedy-adventure about the teenage kids of famous monsters gets picked up for another season; also announced, ‘Monster High Mysteries’ premieres tomorrow on the ‘Monster High’ YouTube channel.
Better make that last life count - the all-new animated adventure stars Antonio Banderas reprising his role as the fearless, swashbuckling PiB, with Selma Hayek as our feline hero’s former partner and nemesis, Kitty Soft Paws – coming to theaters in time for Christmas.
To put some “Pep” in your holiday step, new episodes of the hit series premiere every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday December 5-23.
The studio took over the troubled production that began life as ‘Blazing Samurai,’ and with directors Rob Minkoff (‘The Lion King’) and Mark Koetsier (‘Minions’), working from only an animatic, concept art, and some 3D models, brought the 3DCG film to a rich and colorful completion.
Charles Dicken’s classic Christmas tale is adapted as a 3DCG animated, supernatural, time-traveling musical coming your way for the holidays.
The hit historical action anime’s sophomore season follows Thorfinn trying to find meaning in life after the death of his nemesis Askeladd.
Inspired by Native American folklore, Annecy award-winning director Áron Gauder’s animated feature retells the making of the universe, touching on issues of sustainability and shared responsibility; film set to debut in Hungry next year.
The new animated comedy series stars Kimiko Glenn as the titular optimistic squirrel and H Michael Croner as her naïve bestie, a bunny named Barry.
At New York Comic Con EPs Kevin and Dan Hageman took the stage with cast members Kate Mulgrew, Brett Gray, and Jameela Jamil, revealing a teaser, images, and a new crew member; mid-season return with new episodes set for October 27.
Mindy Kaling’s ‘Scooby-Doo’ spin-off follows the origin story of the Mystery Inc. gang’s underappreciated brainy member Velma Dinkley; Glenn Howerton, Sam Richardson and Constance Wu join the cast.
For story editors Tiffany Lo and Ethel Lung, growing up listening to stories about ancient China helped them show how lead character Yi finds closure from her father’s death by discovering magical creatures throughout the country that need her help; all-new DreamWorks Animation series debuts today on Hulu and Peacock.
The new animated series follows the teenage children of famous monsters as they discover who they are and how to embrace their differences.
Watch the trailer for HaZ Dulull’s new animated feature film, produced with support from an Epic MegaGrant, which follows a young boy held captive who can tap into multi-dimensions across space and time; the festival runs October 27-30 - the career fair set for November 12.
Inspired by Ruth Stiles Gannett’s Newbery-honored children’s book and directed by Academy Award nominated Nora Twomey, the film tells the tale of a young boy’s adventures of discovery - ferocious beasts, a mysterious island, and the friendship of a lifetime – coming to the streamer in November.
New Japanese cast and opening and ending theme songs also announced; series hits Crunchyroll this October.
Emmy Award-winning creator and EP Craig Gerber's new animated musical adventure, about a team of young children of first responders and their talking vehicle sidekicks, helps kids learn what it truly means to be a hero; series launches today on Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney+.