Month: July 2016 – page 2

Ice Age: Collision Course opens

Blue Sky’s Ice Age: Collision Course opens today in 3,992 theatres according to Box Office Mojo. The film isn’t wowing the critics, earning a meager 12% at Rotten Tomatoes. Their consensus: “Unoriginal and unfunny, Ice Age: Collision Course offers further proof that not even the healthiest box office receipts can keep a franchise from slouching […]

Ice Age cast answers burning questions from kids
Trent Harmon covers Dream Weaver for Ice Age soundtrack
Listen to the Sound of Silence in bizarre new Trolls clip

If you were worried that DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming Trolls wouldn’t include any Simon & Garfunkel references, you can put your mind at ease regarding the matter after watching the clip below. The footage was revealed at San Diego Comic-Con today during the DreamWorks Animation panel. Trolls opens in theaters this November.

Trailers, poster for Another Day of Life released

Two trailers and a new poster for the upcoming animated/live-action documentary Another Day of Life have been revealed. Quoting the film’s press release, Life “is a movie based on the book written by legendary Polish war correspondent Ryszard Kapuściński. It tells the story of a journalist, left to himself to write a feature story on […]

Ice Age producer teases Collision Course follow-up
Shrek 5, Shadows coming from DreamWorks in 2019
DuckTales reboot unveils new looks for Huey, Dewey and Louie
How a single joke in Ice Age turned into the fifth movie
Baby Moana revealed in new international trailer

A new international teaser trailer for Moana is now online for your viewing pleasure. The movie opens everywhere in the states this Thanksgiving.

Powerpuff Girls reboot renewed for second season
Festival Stop-Motion Montreal newsletter announces selection for its 8th edition
20th Century Fox secures Mouse Guard film rights
Ghostbusters sequel in early development at Sony?
Zootopia, Kung Fu Panda 3 dominate disc sales
Star Wars, Frozen boost Hasbro toy sales
The grown men who love My Little Pony aren’t who you think they are
Secret Life of Pets tops Ghostbusters for #1 weekend box office
Ice Age: Collision Course tops foreign box office
A look at the new Ice Age characters
Only Yesterday

A young woman from Tokyo reflects back to her life at age ten, leading to a re-evaluation of who she is now. The final theatrical Studio Ghibli film to make it to disc in North America is now here.

TJ Miller announced for Emoji Movie: Express Yourself on World Emoji Day

In celebration of World Emoji Day on July 17, Sony Pictures Animation announced the casting of TJ Miller (Big Hero 6, How to Train Your Dragon) as the voice of main character Gene in their upcoming feature Emoji Movie: Express Yourself by releasing a mock audition video. The film is scheduled to be released in […]

Finding Dory claims all-time domestic record for animated film

The weekend box office may have been dominated by The Secret Life of Pets and Ghostbusters, but it was Finding Dory which crossed a major milestone, officially becoming the biggest domestic animated film of all time, according to Box Office Mojo. The Pixar sequel has made $445 million to date, beating the $441 million earned […]

Press Release: Sony Pictures Imageworks announces key new hires

The following is an official press release issued by Sony regarding recent hires at Sony Pictures Imageworks. VANCOUVER, BC – July 15, 2016 – Randy Lake, president of Sony Pictures Imageworks, the Academy Award®-winning visual effects and animation unit of Sony Pictures Entertainment, today announced four new hires at the studio’s Vancouver headquarters: senior VP, […]