CN Ups Curtis Lelash to VP of Comedy Animation

Curtis Lelash has been promoted to vice president of comedy animation for Cartoon Network. Lelash will oversee the development of Cartoon Network’s animated comedy series, which ... Continue Reading →

L.A. Film Festival Spotlights Women in Animation

This year, the Los Angeles Film Festival shines the spotlight on the contributions of women to the world of animation. The special panel “Women of Wonder – A Celebration of Women ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Announces Date for ‘LEGO’ Movie

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s upcoming CG-animated feature based on the LEGO franchise will be released by Warner Bros. on Feb. 28, 2014. The pic, which is based on a story by ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros Flies with Carell’s ‘Ravens’

After delighting fans with his voicing talents in Despicable Me and Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who!, actor Steve Carell plans to produce a new animated feature for Warner Bros. The ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Joins Wal-Mart’s Disc-to-Digital Service

DreamWorks Animation (Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon) has signed up with Wal-Mart Stores’ plan to help home audiences convert their DVD collections to online film ... Continue Reading →

A Conversation with Bill Damaschke, CCO of DreamWorks

Bill Damaschke first joined DreamWorks in 1995 as production coordinator on Prince of Egypt. He quickly rose through the ranks and became head of production and development in 2005 ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Reveals Dynamic New 2012-13 Slate

During its New York City upfront presentation, Cartoon Network announced today several new and returning series to its programming line-up including the world premiere of DreamWorks ... Continue Reading →

Autodesk, USC Present 5D | Flux

Immersive design consortium 5D | Institute will hold a world-building design discussion series in Los Angeles March 13-15 with 5D | Flux, presented in association with Autodesk and ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Announces Lineup for ‘Me & My Shadow’

Josh Gad (Book of Mormon) Bill Hader (SNL) and Kate Hudson (Almost Famous) are part of the voice cast of Me & My Shadow, the Nov. 2013 animated fantasy from DreamWorks Animation. The ... Continue Reading →

Taylor Is DreamWorks New Head of Development

Gregg Taylor is the new head of development at DreamWorks Animation. Taylor will replace Alex Schwartz who will be working on the upcoming feature adaptation of Mr. Peabody & Sherman ... Continue Reading →