Sony Develops Animated ‘Ghostbusters’ Feature

With Ghostbusters returning to the screen in Paul Feig’s live-action reboot, Sony is looking to expand the franchise further by putting an animated feature into development. Original ... Continue Reading →

Carpenter Assembles CalArts Alumni for ‘Malala’ Documentary

Documentarian Davis Guggenheim’s has used animation to convey memories, abstract ideas and other hard-to-film elements to good effect in films such as It Might Get Loud, Waiting for ... Continue Reading →

VIZ Plans Home, Theatrical ‘Naruto’ Releases

October is going to be a good month for Naruto fans. In addition to the home entertainment release of The Last: Naruto the Movie, the little ninja that could will be appearing in cinemas ... Continue Reading →

Hotel Transylvania 2 Sets Record with $47.5 Million Opening

Drac’s back and hotter than ever. Sony Pictures Animation’s Hotel Transylvania 2 easily topped the box office this weekend with an estimated domestic gross of $47.5 million ... Continue Reading →

Animal Logic Opens Vancouver Studio

Award-winning Australia vfx and animation studio Animal Logic has opened its doors at a new 45,000 sq ft facility in Vancouver, Canada. The new studio will be lead by Animal Logic’s ... Continue Reading →

‘Peanuts’ Gets New Trailer, Web App

Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox have debuted a fresh trailer for director Steve Martino’s The Peanuts Movie, which hits theaters November 6. The trailer invites fans to ... Continue Reading →

Brazil’s Copa Studio Merges with Glaz

In Brazil, animation facility Copa Studio has merged with Glaz, a film and TV production company. According to reports, the new company will be called Glaz and take in a seven-figure ... Continue Reading →

Duncan Studio Animates ‘Iron Giant’ Additions

With The Iron Giant: Signature Edition now screening at festivals and special event domestic screenings looming, fans of the beloved movie will notice new sequences in the film that ... Continue Reading →

Curzon Artificial Eye Grabs ‘Anomalisa’ for the U.K.

Curzon Artificial Eye has acquired the stop-motion animated feature Anomalisa for the United Kingdom. The U.K. deal for the feature, directed by award-winning screenwriter Charlie ... Continue Reading →

Paramount Picks Up ‘Anomalisa’

Paramount Pictures has snapped up worldwide rights to Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson’s stop-motion feature Anomalisa, following warmly received showings at the Telluride, Toronto ... Continue Reading →