First Trailer for New ‘Alvin’ Hits the Road

20th Century Fox and New Regency have released the first trailer for the upcoming live-action/CG hybrid flick Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip, out December 23. The spot offers ... Continue Reading →

‘Inside Out’ Tames ‘Jurassic’ at Box Office

Pixar’s emotional family-friendly adventure Inside Out finally got a leg up on the CG dino destruction of Jurassic World as the Monday tally for the Fourth of July weekend box ... Continue Reading →

‘Maya’ Buzzes Off to U.K., Nordics

Studio 100 Film has secured a new distribution deal for its CG-animated Maya the Bee movie with London-based entertainment company Primal Screen. The agreement includes all rights for ... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Clip: GKIDS Presents ‘Zarafa’

GKIDS will open the internationally acclaimed animated feature Zarafa in New York City’s IFC Center this Friday, July 3. But the indie distributor is giving our online readers a special ... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Clip: ‘All Creatures Big and Small’ Now on Google Play

One Ark, 50,000 Animals — what could go wrong? That’s the query posed in Entertainment One’s new feature animation offering All Creatures Big and Small — which is available ... Continue Reading →

Turner Taps WB Animation to Fill Revamped Boomerang Pipeline

Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. announced a global agreement to strengthen the pipeline of original content being developed for the recently rebranded Boomerang. The agreement ... Continue Reading →

Bron Expands Operations in Vancouver

Bron Studios is expanding its production facilities in Vancouver, BC in order to serve the production needs of its upcoming animated feature Henchmen, as well as other in-development ... Continue Reading →

Russian Indie Seeks Crowdfunding

A group of three young artists out of Russia who are seeking to create a stop-motion feature have launched a Kickstarter campaign for their recycling-as-art efforts. Olga Grechanova, ... Continue Reading →

Depth of Feeling

Pete Docter Pete Docter tests Pixar’s creative limits with Inside Out’s journey ... Continue Reading →

‘Jurassic’ Still Rules Box-Office World

Jurassic World remained the top box-office draw for the third weekend in a row, its $54.2 million weekend tally just edging out the $52.1 million draw for Disney-Pixar’s Inside ... Continue Reading →