Take a deep look inside several pivotal scenes from ‘The View from Halfway Down,’ as the showrunner shares insights and behind-the-scenes notes.
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ATTN:’s Taye Shuayb discusses the rigors of producing and delivering episodes of the adult animated series every weekday while working remotely and safely during the pandemic.
Showrunner Anthony Dominici tasks Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, Charlie Co, and Mister to animate FOX’s fun and whimsical LEGO building reality TV show.
Acclaimed, award-winning series will split upcoming final season into two separate releases starting this coming October.
Season 5’s standout sixth episode is yet another example of how Netflix’s Emmy Award-nominated hit animated comedy series continues to improve with age.
Everything is awesome with animation director Trisha Gum’s collaboration on the long-awaited sequel with director Mike Mitchell, creative duo Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, and animation studio Animal Logic.
The director of Chris Miller and Phil Lord’s long-awaited ‘LEGO Movie’ sequel didn’t dial back a thing, encouraging crazy ideas from anyone and everyone when it came the film’s gags, cameos and brand-new characters.
‘Dog Days Are Over’ for ‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘Tuca and Bertie’ director: Amy Winfrey dishes on her ‘Free Churro.’
Emmet, Lucy and LEGO Batman reunite in all their respective clueless, angsty & self-absorbed zaniness to save their world in long-awaited ‘LEGO Movie’ sequel.
Series from creators Randy Sklar, Jason Sklar and Daniel Van Kirk is based on their hit podcast celebrating dumb people doing dumb things, often in Florida.
Emmy Award-nominated animated comedy series created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg and designed by graphic artist Lisa Hanawalt set for a new season.
Season One of critically-acclaimed Netflix original animated show will debut following ‘South Park’ premiere on September 26.
Get ready for a super dose of irreverent kid-friendly, meta-based wit when ‘Teen Titans GO! to the Movies’ arrives in theaters July 27.
Young heroes poke fun at the entire superhero movie genre in the Warner Bros. animated feature due July 27 in theaters.
July 27 feature release will be the first big-screen outing for the stars of the hit Cartoon Network animated series based on the DC Comics characters.
Animated sequel following the 2014 independent animated hit produced by ToonBox Entertainment and Redrover earns worst debut ever for a film opening in more than 4,000 locations.