The two streamers — plus Hulu — will share rights to some films next year under an unusual arrangement.
Sports and live action are likely getting more of those billions than animation.
The game trailer “Fianna-Heim” earned its creators several faculty awards. They now have successful careers in fx, game design, and illustration.
The film is expected to have a short exclusive theatrical window before heading to PVOD.
The program’s goal is to to “innovate the art of animated storytelling, showcase diverse stories, discover new voices, and mentor the next generation of animators.”
The film marks the directorial debut of Jared Stern, creator of the animated series “Green Eggs and Ham.”
Forget Jake Paul and Kim Kardashian, the paparrazi wants to hear from Chris Meledandri.
“They just seem like they’re a good creative team,” says Albarn of the streaming giant.
“Groo the Wanderer” is a rarity: a long-running comic book series that has remained in its creator’s ownership for 40 years.
The U.K. prime minister likes Peppa Pig, even if the character looks like “a Picasso-like hairdryer.”
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Lucas Zanotto reveals that he has earned six figures in the past year by selling non-fungible tokens of his animated loops.
Ryan also created Elmo Aardvark, a pastiche of early animated characters.
The company will help creators retain control of their properties.
Meanwhile, Xbox’s boss has spoken out against Activision and nonprofit Girls Who Code has severed ties with the company.
The inaugural Children’s & Family Emmy Awards will be held next year. Here’s why that’s important.
“Britishness sells, blandness doesn’t,” said BBC kids’ content chief Patricia Hidalgo.
Activision Blizzard workers are demanding that Kotick step down while the board has reiterated its support for the CEO.