‘Finding Dory’ Trailer Makes Waves

A new trailer for Disney-Pixar’s upcoming summer sequel Finding Dory had its exclusive premiere on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, re-acquainting viewers with forgetful blue tang Dory (voiced ... Continue Reading →

Cinesite Opens Montreal Animation Studio

Montreal, Quebec is getting a boost to its growing reputation as an animation production hub as Cinesite has opened a new, state-of-the-art animation studio in the city. The company ... Continue Reading →

D23 Fan Club Details 2016 Lineup of Special Events

D23: The Official Disney Fan Club will expand member events in 2016 with more experiences on the East Coast and new twists on favorite events. Among the planned events: D23 Behind-The-Scenes ... Continue Reading →

‘Finding Dory’ Trailer Debuts

Actress and comedian Ellen DeGeneres got to give her talk show viewers a special treat with the exclusive debut of the trailer for Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory. DeGeneres reprises ... Continue Reading →

Paramount Shuffles ‘Monster Trucks’ and ‘SpongeBob 3′

Paramount Animation has revealed changes to its feature release slate through 2019, including date changes to two major projects, a release date for overseas production The Little Prince. ... Continue Reading →

Disney-Pixar Classics in Countdown to Christmas on ABC

ABC Family’s annual “Countdown to 25 Days of Christmas” programming event will be extra animated this year as it celebrate beloved characters from the Disney-Pixar universe. The ... Continue Reading →

Brenda Gilbert Named President of Bron Animation

Following the recent reorganization of Brone Media Corp., Brenda Gilbert has been appointed President of Bron Animation, expanding on her responsibilities on the Bron Media board. Gilbert ... Continue Reading →

The Animag 250: Animated Box Office Champs of All Time

The Animation Magazine 250th issue celebration continues, this time with our list of the animated box office champs of all time. They are: Frozen — $1.3 billion Toy Story 3 — ... Continue Reading →

Kids Animation Rife with Violent Death Says Study

A new study published in the Christmas issue of the British Medical Journal suggests that, while less graphic than a live-action gore fest, children’s animated films seem to feature ... Continue Reading →

Academy Invites 27 to Join Shorts and Animation Branch

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is extending invitations to join the organization to 271 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions ... Continue Reading →