Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality

Rick and Morty’s Virtual Game Materializes in April

Wubbalubbadubdub, kids! An awesome new Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-ality Playstation game is coming our way on April 10. The game, which retails for $29.99, is produced by Adult Swim ... Continue Reading →
Beastlies

Mattel and Bad Robot Launch Monster Plans for ‘Beastlies’

L.A.-based sculptor Leslie Levings’ charming monsters The Beastlies are coming to animated or hybrid life, thanks to a new plan launched by Mattel and Bad Robot. According to Deadline, ... Continue Reading →
FMX 2018

Blue Sky Icon Chris Wedge to Keynote at FMX 2018

Germany’s top animation and vfx confab FMX has announced the initial lineup for its upcoming event, which takes place April 24-27 in Stuttgart. Blue Sky Studios’ Oscar-winning animation ... Continue Reading →
Isle of Dogs

Critics Wag Tails for Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’

Wes Anderson’s much anticipated new animated feature Isle of Dogs made a big splash at the Berlin Film Festival yesterday. The film which opened the prestigious cineaste event pays ... Continue Reading →
Hoffmaniada

Director Stanislav Sokolov Discusses the Making of Epic Film ‘Hoffmaniada’

One of the animated features debuting at this week’s Berlin Film Festival and European Film Market is Russian director Stanislav Sokolov’s much anticipated stop-motion feature Hoffmaniada. ... Continue Reading →
Early Man

Gallery Nucleus Offers ‘Making of Early Man’ Panel

If you live in the L.A. area and looking for a cool animation-related panel to attend, you need to check out this Saturday’s (Feb. 10th) “Making of Early Man” panel at Gallery ... Continue Reading →
Peter Rabbit

Animal Logic Pulls ‘Peter Rabbit’ & Friends Out of the Hat

How do you take a anthropomorphic rabbit first introduced in Beatrix Potter’s 1902 children’s storybook and place it in a high-energy adventure for today’s cynical movie audiences? ... Continue Reading →
Pinkalicious and Peteriffic

The Colorful Characters of ‘Pinkalicious & Peterrific’

Back in May of 2006, children’s author Victoria Kann introduced young readers to a dynamic young girl named Pinkalicious who had a strong spirit, a wonderful imagination and a crazy ... Continue Reading →
Zombillenium

Seven Animated Projects Nominated for César Awards

This year’s César Award nominees are a clear indication that French artists and studios continue to deliver thought-provoking, artistic feature and shorts. The 43rd annual Césars ... Continue Reading →
Tabaluga

Global Screen Flies with ‘Tabaluga’ Movie

Tabaluga, the helpful little dragon, is coming to the big screen. Variety reports that Munich-based Global Screen has snapped up the global rights for the animated feature Tabaluga ... Continue Reading →
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