Didier Ghez uncovers the hidden art of Disney’s early renaissance

The author explains why the fifth volume in the celebrated They Drew As They Pleased series is a personal favourite. Disney fans will find much to appreciate in this volume celebrating the underappreciated and less documented films of the 1970s and 1980s.

The remake scored the best July opening weekend ever, and has already made more than $500 million worldwide.

Plus Natalie Portman returns to the franchise as Jane Foster…and Female Thor!

SpongeBob celebrates 20 years with a Big Birthday Blowout and the Best Year Ever

Nickelodeon’s iconic series, SpongeBob SquarePants, has reached its 20th anniversary, and the network is celebrating the “Best Year Ever”!

Toy Story 4

Funny, suspenseful, and profoundly heartfelt, Toy Story 4 is the best Pixar movie in years.

The Calendar and Countdown app are back!

Count down to opening dates for upcoming animated films on our calendar, and carry the calendar in your pocket with our smart phone app!

Pixar Graphics Art Director Craig Foster on Toy Story 4

Find out how fun it can be to create all the graphics seen in the Pixar films. There’s more to it than you think!

Director Juan Antin talks about Pachamama on Netflix

This story of an initiation journey for a would-be shaman has its roots in the history and culture of Latin America. Learn more of this film’s development from its director.

Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

The newest Godzilla film delivers some satisfying monster mayhem, but it’s too bad the human drama is pretty silly this time around.

Arnold Leibovit on producing The Puppetoon Movie Volume 2

This exclusive interview touches on George Pal’s contribution to popular culture, and Leibovit’s own efforts to preserve that legacy, including his current campaign to restore more Puppetoons.

Avengers: Endgame

The game is finally over, but was the wait worth it? Yes and no. Our review is mostly spoiler-free (even though you’ve all probably seen this movie by now!).

Looking at the Critical Role animated Kickstarter campaign with Sam Riegel

AV explores the historic Kickstarter turning the Dungeons & Dragons livestream into animation, with cast member/exec producer Sam Riegel.

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