Once upon a time . . . they lived happily ever after. The reason for such everlasting bliss is that they – ambitious, upstart animation pros – have devoured Cheryl Briggs’ newest publication entitled Animating Short Stories: Narrative Techniques and Visual Design (Bloomsbury Academic).
Shout! Studios has recently announced the U.S. theatrical dates for the Brazilian animated feature, Tito and the Birds. The film is internationally acclaimed, with a story that revolves around a fictional dystopian future. In this horrifying view of the future, it is up to heroic children try to fight against a culure of fear that […]
After enjoying all the loud merry-making during New Year’s Eve, it is now time for animated film aficionados to welcome 2018 with a bang via innovative and groundbreaking projects from studios of all sizes. One of the first projects to welcome the new year with a new teaser trailer is the animated adventure film Bilal: […]
This will be good news to people who are fans of the Scooby Doo franchise but hated the live action adaptation: Warner Bros. has recently announced plans to produce a new film based on the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? franchise with Tony Cervone (Space Jam, The Looney Tunes Show, Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated) helming the […]
Tonight’s scheduled East Coast Premiere at the Paley Center for Media in New York City for Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, the animated Aquaman Origin story film from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, has been cancelled due to the impending blizzard.
I didn’t know when I watched this movie that I was going to have to explain to my son the difference between a “Batman” and “Man-Bats”.
According to Variety, Warner Bros. is currently developing a new Scooby Doo feature film, but instead of a live-action/CG animated hybrid, the studio is going for a fully animated film. The project was set up with Atlas Entertainment, with Charles Roven and Richard Suckle attached as producers. Both Suckle and Roven were also producers for […]