Nielsen Investigates Nick’s Mysterious Ratings’ Drop

Something strange has happened to Nickelodeon’s ratings since mid-September. Both Hollywood trades have stories today about how the ratings for the children’s cable network has ... Continue Reading →

June Foray Attends Special ‘Puddy Tat’ Premiere

Legendary voice actress June Foray attended a special screening of the new Looney Tunes 3D theatrical short I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat in Beverly Hills last night (Nov. 9). Directed by ... Continue Reading →

Disney Greenlights 4th Season of ‘Phineas and Ferb’

Disney Channel’s hit animated series Phineas and Ferb has been greenlit for a fourth season. Billed as the no. one animated series for kids 6-11 and tweens 9-14, the series will have ... Continue Reading →

Stan Lee to Receive Producers Guild’s Vanguard Award

Iconic comic-book and animation creator Stan Lee will be receiving the Producers Guild’s 2012 Vanguard Award this January. The award is designed to recognized achievements in new ... Continue Reading →

The Hub Celebrates Turkey Day with the Muppets

Since Disney’s The Muppets movie is on everyone’s radar this holiday season, The Hub has planned a special Thanksgiving marathon featuring Jim Henson’s beloved characters. On ... Continue Reading →

New Aussie Trailer for ‘The Lorax’ Reveals More

A new Australian trailer for Universal’s 2012 feature Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax offers more clues about the much-anticipated project. Directed by Chris Renaud (Despicable Me) and Kyle ... Continue Reading →

Animated Bieber Helps Santa in Music Video

Taking a break from his tabloid headaches, Canadian singer Justin Bieber is getting a little more animated this holiday season. The new Animagic video for his latest Christmas release ... Continue Reading →

Parsons Plans Evening with Paul & Sandra Fierlinger

Paul and Sandra Fierlinger have created acclaimed indie 2-D projects such as My Dog Tulip and Still Life with Animated Dogs. The talented couple, who use TV Paint to produce their work ... Continue Reading →

Classic’s ‘Where’s Waldo?’ Finds Its Way To MGM

Classic Media has announced that MGM will be making a live-action feature based on its book-based property Where’s Waldo? According to MGM’s president of Motion Picture Group Jonathan ... Continue Reading →

Aardman’s Bullough Warns About Plight of U.K. Animation

Speaking to the BBC and Deadline.com, Aardman Animations’ head of TV Miles Bullough warned that the Bristol-based shop may have to produce its beloved plasticine projects in Ireland, ... Continue Reading →