The influential supervising animator and mentor, who spent four decades at the studio and worked on films from ‘Robin Hood’ to ‘Frozen,’ passed away last Friday from complications due to ALS.
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Multi-year agreement taps pair to produce and develop animated and live-action series and movies across Disney branded television.
VFX supervisor Glenn Melenhorst guides studio’s Melbourne team in crafting gentle bear’s performance in Disney’s live-action fantasy adventure.
Latest clip features new footage from studio’s upcoming live-action / CG hybrid adventure starring Ewan McGregor and a host of A.A. Milne’s Hundred Acre Wood friends.
New piece on legacy of beloved A.A. Milne characters features upcoming film footage and star interviews.
Emmy-nominated actor’s voice-acting roles included Cogsworth in Disney’s 1991 classic ‘Beauty and the Beast.’
Beloved British book series part of a government crackdown against an influx of Western ideology that also includes the Harry Potter books and Roald Dahl’s ‘James and the Giant Peach.’
Doc and friends go ‘Into the Hundred Acre Wood!’ in a special episode of Disney Junior’s ‘Doc McStuffins,’ debuting on national Winnie the Pooh Day, Wednesday, January 18.
Sneak preview presentation at Disney’s El Capitan Theater with director Jon Favreau and visual effects supervisor Rob Legato unveils stunning live-action/CG hybrid environments and characters.
Disney continues its recent trend of remaking its animated classics into live-action films that started with ‘Maleficent’ and ‘Cinderella’ and now includes ‘Mulan,’ ‘Winnie The Pooh,’ ‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ ‘Dumbo,’ a new movie starring ‘Peter Pan’s Tinker Bell, and the ‘Bald Mountain’ sequence in ‘Fantasia.’
Project continues Disney's recent trend of remaking its animated classics into live-action films, beginning with ‘Maleficent’ and ‘Cinderella,’ and now including ‘Mulan,’ ‘Winnie The Pooh,’ ‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ ‘Dumbo’ and a new movie starring ‘Peter Pan’s Tinker Bell.
Peter Hedges (‘What’s Eating Gilbert Grape’) is writing a script for the feature loosely based on the ‘Pinocchio’ story originally brought to the screen in 1940.