Big Hero 6, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 54th animated motion picture, is an action-packed mashup of animated sci-fi movie going goodness. Combining a comic book/manga sensibility with some of the best action sequences ever in an animated movie along with tremendous authenticity and heart-felt emotion, the film delivers on all fronts.
So about that awesome new Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultronteaser trailer…isn’t the reference to Disney’s Pinocchio the best? Well, our friends at How It Should Have Ended have taken it one step further and the results, as always, are hilarious.
Deadline.com is reporting that Phil Lord and Chris Miller have signed the deal to write a sequel to their monster hit feature The LEGO Movie for Warner Bros. There is no word yet as to if the duo will also be directing the sequel.
Sony Pictures Animation and director Genndy Tartakovsky have given us a treat. They’ve taken us behind the scenes for an insider look at the development of their new Popeye feature currently in production.
Our friends over at Pixar Post are reporting that a new Cars Toonshort will be released in 2015 and it sounds like its going to be a lot of fun. To Protect and Serve tells the story of how two police rookies take their burgeoning authority a bit too far with our friends in Radiator Springs.
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ latest short film Feast has been making the rounds on the festival circuit and will soon be available to seen by all of us when it plays in front of Big Hero 6 beginning on November 7th. Check out this new “special look” of Feast now available on Disney Animation’s YouTube channel.
Veteran animator James Lopez is a man on a mission. He wants to keep the art of 2D animation alive. He and his team of artists and filmmakers have put together an intriguing project called Hullabaloo which they hope to bring to fruition via the crowdsourcing site Indiegogo.
DreamWorks Animation has announced a revised release date for How to Train Your Dragon 3. Originally, the film was scheduled to be released on June 17th, 2016. Its new release date is now June 9th 2017.
Have you ever caught an episode of the Hanna-Barbera animated series Top Cat? The original series, which ran from 1961-1962, has long been relegated to reruns on Boomerang, etc. The characters, however, have been enjoying a bit of a revival courtesy of Mexico-based Anima Estudios.