Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own

‘Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own’ Debuts on Discovery Family This Spring

Discovery Family will be debuting an ultra adorable new series this spring when Littlest Pet Shop: A World of Our Own moves in on Saturday, April 14 at 12 noon/11c. Produced by Hasbro’s ... Continue Reading →
Moon Girl and the Devil Dinosaur

Marvel’s ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’ Evolves into Disney Toon

Disney Channels Worldwide has announced an exciting addition to its comic-book animation adaptation lineup with the news that Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (working title) is in development, ... Continue Reading →
White Fang

‘White Fang’ Sinks Teeth into Netflix

Following a warm reception at snowy Sundance (having star Nick Offerman carry around a puppy didn’t hurt!), animated Jack London adaptation White Fang has been leashed up by Netflix. ... Continue Reading →
Tuca & Bertie

Netflix Orders ‘Tuca & Bertie’ from ‘BoJack’ Crew, Tiffany Haddish Stars

Streaming titan Netflix continues to expand its original animation offerings with an order for a new series from the creative minds behind BoJack Horseman. Created by Lisa Hanawalt, ... Continue Reading →
FlyOver Canada

SIGGRAPH Inaugurates $10K Themed Entertainment Contest

SIGGRAPH 2018 is continuing to expand its spotlight on computer graphics and interactive techniques with the news that it has partnered with FlyOver Canada for a one-of-a-kind Themed ... Continue Reading →
White Plastic Sky

‘Leftover’ Filmmakers Making Feature Debut with ‘White Plastic Sky’

Tibor Bánóczki and Sarolta Szabó, the filmmaking duo behind Clermont-Ferrand award-winning and Cesar-nominated animated short Leftover as well as 2012 Sundance selection Les Conquerants, ... Continue Reading →
Emma Roberts

Media Brand ‘Betches’ Tapped for Comedy Central Toon

Humorous, femme-centered website and Instagram brand Betches ( will be expanding to TV with a new animated series, coming together at Comedy Central and set to feature Emma ... Continue Reading →
Karen Disher

Blue Sky Announces First Female-Directed Movie ‘Foster’

Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios (Ferdinand, Ice Age, Rio) have announced their 15th animated movie, working titled Foster, being co-directed by Karen Disher and Steve Martino (The ... Continue Reading →

‘Coco’, ‘Blade Runner 2049′ Best Animation & VFX BAFTA Competition

The 2018 British Academy Film Awards were presented Sunday at the Royal Albert Hall in London, hosted by Joanna Lumley (Absolutely Fabulous). Continuing its award-season streak, Pixar’s ... Continue Reading →
The Burden

‘The Burden’ Wins Anima 2018 Grand Prix

The 37th Anima international animation festival of Brussels came to a close Sunday evening with a much anticipated awards ceremony, capping 10 days of film programs, concerts, special ... Continue Reading →
Archer collection on Quidd app

‘Archer’ Digital Goodies on a Limited Time Mission in Quidd

Leading digital goods buying and trading platform Quidd has teamed up with FX Networks to offer officially licensed digital stickers and trading cards inspired by hit animated series ... Continue Reading →
Richard Edlund

VFX Master Richard Edlund Joins Chapman U as Pankey Distinguished Artist

Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts is bringing on four-time Academy Award winner (Star Wars: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Raiders ... Continue Reading →
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality

Rick and Morty’s Virtual Game Materializes in April

Wubbalubbadubdub, kids! An awesome new Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-ality Playstation game is coming our way on April 10. The game, which retails for $29.99, is produced by Adult Swim ... Continue Reading →

Mattel and Bad Robot Launch Monster Plans for ‘Beastlies’

L.A.-based sculptor Leslie Levings’ charming monsters The Beastlies are coming to animated or hybrid life, thanks to a new plan launched by Mattel and Bad Robot. According to Deadline, ... Continue Reading →

Mamoru Hosoda’s ‘Mirai’ Coming to NorAm Theaters with GKIDS

GKIDS has picked up North American distribution rights for Mirai, the highly anticipated new animated feature from celebrated director Mamoru Hosoda (The Boy and the Beast, Wolf Children, ... Continue Reading →
Sheep & Wolves: Pig Deal

Berlinale: Wizart Conjures New Poster for ‘Sheep & Wolves’ Sequel

Russian animation studio Wizart has revealed a new poster for its upcoming sequel to internationally successful animated feature Sheep & Wolves at the Berlin International Film ... Continue Reading →
FMX 2018

Blue Sky Icon Chris Wedge to Keynote at FMX 2018

Germany’s top animation and vfx confab FMX has announced the initial lineup for its upcoming event, which takes place April 24-27 in Stuttgart. Blue Sky Studios’ Oscar-winning animation ... Continue Reading →
Isle of Dogs

Critics Wag Tails for Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’

Wes Anderson’s much anticipated new animated feature Isle of Dogs made a big splash at the Berlin Film Festival yesterday. The film which opened the prestigious cineaste event pays ... Continue Reading →
The Art of The Secret World of Arrietty

GKIDS, Fathom’s Studio Ghibli Fest Returns; VIZ Announces ‘Art of Arrietty’

After a successful first run in 2017, GKIDS and Fathom Events have opted to continue their partnership to bring another series of treasured anime classics to U.S. theaters with Studio ... Continue Reading →
Big Fish & Begonia

Trailer: ‘Big Fish & Begonia’ Will Hook NorAm Audiences in Theaters April 6

Shout! Studios — the multiplatform film distribution arm of Shout! Factory — has tapped Funimation Films as its US theatrical partner to reel in the widely acclaimed Chinese ... Continue Reading →