Productions will use both 3D animation and real-time pipelines leveraging Unreal Engine as a key component.
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The company, founded by Rodney Rothman and Adam Rosenberg, taps animation pro to find, develop and produce animated ﬁlm and TV projects; new hire follows company recently signing first-look animated broadcast deal with Fox.
With Season 4 of the live-action phenomenon garnering 1.35 billion viewing hours in its first 28 days, Netflix is promising fans more strange days ahead with a new animated series.
Veteran Media and Entertainment executive Todd Steinman named President, Genius Networks, Uniting Kartoon Channel!, Ameba TV, and Frederator Network.
Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav plans to revitalize the studio’s finances by reviving successful franchises, such as DCU and ‘Harry Potter’ films, if the controversial author will agree.
Babita Jassal has been promoted to VP of People and Culture, and Hetal Shah joins as senior talent acquisition specialist; staff additions come as the company seeks new creative talent to work across a range of 2D and 3D projects.
Producer joins the studio’s original content team, bolstering their plans for continued growth while helping find new talent in support of projects currently in development.
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.
Vancouver and Melbourne-based creative studio specializing in design, animation and visual effects achieves a decade of artistic creativity
Summit featuring top talent from leading studios like DreamWorks Animation, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Google, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Reel FX, LAIKA, Atomic Cartoons and Cartoon Saloon runs October 31 - November 2 in Marina del Rey, CA.
Warner Brothers Home Entertainment releases to include ‘Ultimate Edition,’ featuring an extended R-rated cut of the film which includes 30 more minutes of story and action not seen in theaters.
CN partners with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment on ‘Teeny Titans’ mobile game developed by Grumpyface Studios and available this summer.