Robot Chicken Supports DVD with Roller Rink Tour

The creators of Robot Chicken are going to party like it’s 1980 to support the DVD release Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II, hitting the road for two weeks with a touring roller ... Continue Reading →

Nick Animation Fest Seeks Short Entries

Revamped and renamed, the sixth annual Nickelodeon Animation Festival has put out a call for entries for great animated films anywhere from 15 seconds to 10 minutes in length. Formerly ... Continue Reading →

Little Mermaid’s Broadway Run Ends Aug. 30

The stage musical version of Disney’s animated classic The Little Mermaid will close it’s Broadway run Aug. 30 after 685 performances and 50 previews. According to Variety, ... Continue Reading →

Pair of Series Power Disney XD Ratings

Hit series Phineas and Ferb and a strong debut from Zeke and Luther have recorded the most-watched month on record for Disney XD, formerly Toon Disney, in key demographics. A marathon ... Continue Reading →

Ice Age, Enemies Take on Transformers

It’s old-fashioned star power taking on the latest and greatest in animation and 3-D technology, as Public Enemies squares off against Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in the July ... Continue Reading →

Focus Features Unveils 9 Stitchpunk Images

The movie is named 9 ‘ and now Focus Features has unveiled the characters behind the title of the upcoming animated film directed by Shane Acker. Based on Acker’s short ... Continue Reading →

8 Animators, Selick Invited to Join Academy

Eight animators and Coraline director Henry Selick are among the 134 people working in motion pictures who have been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The ... Continue Reading →

Ferraiolo Returns to Soup2Nuts

Scholastic Media has announced that Emmy-winning writer, director and producer Jack D. Ferraiolo is returning to its animation studio Soup2Nuts as development executive. In his new ... Continue Reading →

Harvey Award Nominees Announced

The Harvey Awards, named for Mad Magazine pioneer Harvey Kurtzman and honoring achievement in the comic book field, have nominated works in 26 categories. The nominations and winners ... Continue Reading →

Kells Takes Big Prize at Edinburgh

The Secret of Kells is the first animated film to win the audience award at the prestigious Edinburgh Film Festival, with producer Paul Young accepting the award this past weekend from ... Continue Reading →