Programming block will be anchored by “Lucas Bros. Moving Co.” and “Stone Quackers”
Schedule will feature “Tom and Jerry,” “Looney Tunes,” “The Powerpuff Girls” and “Scooby-Doo,” among others
The 3-year agreements now go to the union’s national board for approval
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Director Freddy Cristy walks us through the technical side of the animated episode airing Wednesday
Outside financing is fueling the expansion at the Warner Bros.-based production company
Studio's animated offerings to include "Storks" and "The LEGO Movie"
At TheWrap's Oscars screening, the effects and animation supervisors on "Life of Pi" said director Ang Lee gave them free rein to create the story's...
At TheWrap screening series, 'Guardians' director Peter Ramsey discussed the delicate balance of creating a Santa who's ready for battle but not 'warlike'
Dorado Media will help finance up to three films for Toronto-based Arc Productions
Tayrona Films has launched an animation division, entering a lucrative but increasingly competitive field
DreamWorks Animation, the studio behind "Kung Fu Panda" and "Shrek," has been looking for a new home since last year
The contract, which runs through 2015 and calls for 2% annual raises, now goes to the Animation Guild membership for ratification
Sony and Hasbro are already making movies based on Risk and Candy Land
With Sean Lennon curating, animation festival will also include screenings of “Shrek,” “Team America: World Police”
IOTG at Sundance 2012: Terence Nance and Namik Minter Discuss ‘An Oversimplification of Her Beauty’ (Video)
ItsontheGrid.com sat down with director/actor Terence Nance and actress Namik Minter from the film 'An Oversimplification of Her Beauty'
The tale of a Parisian orphan boy is really about the power of movies to transform lives, allow escape and encompass our dreams
Stainton is the former president of Walt Disney Feature Animation
With a bumpy ride under its belt, the Emmy-nominated animated series shares plans for its upcoming seasons
“Cars” — though the least compelling of Pixar’s 11 previous features — is a Lamborghini compared to the Edsel that is its sequel
Lucasfilm is behind the project, which doesn’t yet have a network buyer
New series from veterans of “King of the Hill” and “Dr. Katz” could bow in early 2011.