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DreamWorks Animation’s next animated film, The Croods, today got two new updated posters, one domestic and one International. Both posters feature the whole prehistoric family, and a view of the exotic lands they live in. The domestic poster features the film release date– March 23, while the international version just says coming soon.
Six of the 20 highest-grossing North American films of 2012 were completely animated pictures, including Pixar’s Brave, which was seventh overall with $237,262,307.
Fox Animation Studios is joining producer Guillermo del Toro and Reel FX to work on the adventure movie Book of Life, to be released on October 10, 2014.
Three episodes of “The Simpsons” are among the five nominees for the Writers Guild of America Award in the category of animation.
Nuclear plant owner C. Montgomery Burns, of “The Simpsons” fame (or infamy, depending on how you look at it), is backing Mitt Romney for president of the United States.
After opening at the top of Italy’s box office this past weekend, Fox’s Ice Age: Continental Drift — also known as Ice Age 4 – now holds the record for the highest-grossing animated movie ever to be released abroad.
FOX is going back to the grill for a fourth season of Bob’s Burgers, announcing twenty-two new episodes for next year barely two shows into this year’s third season.
After opening at the top of Italy’s box office this past weekend, Fox’s Ice Age: Continental Drift — also known as Ice Age 4 — now holds the record for the highest-grossing animated movie ever to be released abroad.
“The State Of TV Animation Development” will be the subject of a panel discussion at the general membership meeting of The Animation Guild on Tuesday, September 25.
“Development”: that enigmatic place where all television shows get their start. What’s happening in TV animation development today? How does it work, and what are they currently excited about? What are they looking for, and what makes a great pitch?
20th Century Fox has leaked the next bakers dozen DreamWorks Animation movies-releases through the middle of 2016– marking the most ambitious slate for an animation house in Hollywood history, and an industry first in output.
Fox Animation is optioning the recently published Graphix novel Cardboard, with plans for actor Tobey Maguire’s Material Pictures, graphic novelist Doug TenNapel and the Gotham Group to be executive producers.
“Ice Age: Continental Drift” grossed $50.7 million at 15,932 screens in 69 foreign countries over the weekend, raising its overall gross abroad to $516.3 million.
Twentieth Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios announced the voice cast for Epic, a new 3D CG action-adventure comedy that reveals a hidden world unlike any other. From the creators of the Ice Age series and the very popular feature film Rio, Epic tells the story of an ongoing battle deep in the forest between the forces of good and the forces of evil. When a teen age girl finds herself magically transported into this secret universe, she must band together with a rag-tag team of fun and whimsical characters in order to save their world… and ours.
Ice Age: Continental Drift will feature more than pals Manfred, Sid, Diego, Ellie and Scrat when it premieres in July. Rather than the usual short featuring Scrat chasing his acorn, the fourth Ice Age movie will reach out to America’s most dysfunctional family with The Longest Daycare.