Ghibli’s ‘Princess Kaguya’ No. 1 in Japan

Studio Ghibli’s latest animated feature–and the first to be released following anime legend Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement–The Tale of Princess Kaguya (Kaguya-hime ... Continue Reading →

‘Family Guy’ — Oh No, They Killed Someone!

Taking a page from The Simpsons’ playbook, Fox’s animated series Family Guy killed off a major character during the “Life of Brian” episode which aired on Sunday ... Continue Reading →

GKIDS to Release ‘Ernest & Celestine’ on March 14

New York-based indie distributor GKIDS announced today that it will release the English-language of the acclaimed pic Ernest & Celestine on March 14. The title will first open in ... Continue Reading →

VFX Protest Planned for Obama’s DreamWorks Trip

Hoping to raise awareness about the plight of U.S.-based visual effects artist, activists are planning a protest during President Obama’s visit to the DreamWorks’ campus in Glendale ... Continue Reading →

‘Approved for Adoption’ Arrives in L.A. & N.Y.

GKIDS brings Jung’s autobiographical live-action/animated documentary to the City of Angels. Documentaries—good ... Continue Reading →

Bill Gates Visits The Hub’s ‘Secret Millionaires Club’

Microsoft chairman and philanthropist Bill Gates will be making his big animated debut on a new episode of The Hub’s Secret Millionaires Club this Sunday at 9 a.m. The A Squared ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Reveals Special Holiday Lineup

While many haven’t even made their Thanksgiving plans, Cartoon Network has unveiled its special holiday programming for the month of December. Here’s a brief rundown so ... Continue Reading →

DQ, Wild Canary Partner on ‘Miles From Tomorrowland’

Hyderabad-based animation, game art and entertainment company DQ Entertainment has partnered with US-based Wild Canary Animation for the overseas animation of Disney Junior’s upcoming ... Continue Reading →

Google Doodle Celebrates Doctor Who’s 50th

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of sci-fi cult phenom Doctor Who, Google has unveiled a special interactive Doodle. The animated Doodle pits the long-running show’s 11 galaxy-hopping ... Continue Reading →

Frederator Scores Big with ‘Bee & Puppycat’ Kickstarter

Frederator Studio’s Kickstarter campaign for its popular online animated series Bee & Puppycat is an official hit. The animation studio announced recently that it has secured ... Continue Reading →