Dana Loberg, CEO and co-founder of MovieLaLa, tells TheWrap of the "brave new world" studios and tech startups must live in
CinemaCon 2014: The bad news? Theater owners have to wait more than a year
The Pixar co-founder, given the boot by Disney almost 30 years ago, returned to put the studio on the verge of its first animated-feature Oscar...
Consecutive acting wins don’t happen very often, but they pale next to other streaks in Academy Awards history
Wong is in the middle of raising money for the final season of his "Video Game High School" series
Disney's other animation divisions have had an exceptional year
Pixar closed its Canada office last month.
Number of submissions paves the way for a full slate of five nominees
The office opened in 2010.
AMPAS has quietly adopted a new system to expand the number of Animated Feature nominations voters and allow screeners
Don't expect the Fourth of July date to remain tentpole-less for long
"Finding Dory" gets pushed from 2015 to 2016
Disney will buy back more stock next year than it has the past few
"Monsters Inc." director Pete Docter explains the brainy, high-minded Pixar feature
Mouse House sets cast for its 2015 release
Three studios have begun planting extremely early release-date flags for their superhero and animated epics
The studios schedule eight untitled projects on June and November dates that have worked before
Two likely blockbusters join previously announced lineup of indie films; Spike Jonze, costume design programs also added
Ellen DeGeneres will voice the forgetful Blue Tang fish named Dory who takes the spotlight in the sequel to 2003's Academy Award-winning "Finding Nemo"
Ang Lee's visionary "Life of Pi" beats "The Hobbit" to win top honors at VES Awards; "Brave" sweeps animation awards, "Game of Thrones" dominates TV...
Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph" wins five Annies, including Best Picture and Best Director, over a field that includes "ParaNorman," "Brave," "Frankenweenie" and "Rise of the Guardians"
"Toy Story" toys and real people reenact the Disney/Pixar film in feature-length YouTube video
DisneyToon Studios made the film "Planes," but Pixar chief John Lasseter is a producer
The small New York-based GKIDS is making a name picking up foreign-made, mostly hand-drawn films and giving them small releases and film-festival exposure
"Brave" director Mark Andrews tells how Pixar needs to work faster and smarter -- but, sorry, no R-rated toons
Netflix members will be able to watch Disney films instantly in the pay TV window across multiple platforms
"ParaNorman" directors Chris Butler and Sam Fell test the boundaries of what kids can stand
The 3D re-release of the Disney/Pixar classic will be the only animated film to bow in December
Pixar and DreamWorks Animation are the grizzled veterans, but of all the animation upstarts, Fox can make a case for being a peer
Feisty heroine cut from a new mold or pseudo-feminist misfire? What critics are saying about "Brave"