Month: March 2018 – page 2

Tropic Thunder scribe to pen The Bad Guys for DreamWorks Animation
Oscar winning producer Darla Anderson exits Pixar after 25 years
The trailer for The Grinch is here

The first trailer for The Grinch is now here for your viewing pleasure, and can be checked out in the player below. The anticipated release Grinches its way into theaters this holiday season. For their eighth fully animated feature, Illumination and Universal Pictures present The Grinch, based on Dr. Seuss’ beloved holiday classic. The Grinch […]

Blue’s Clues reboot gets 20 episode order from Nick Jr.
New poster for The Grinch revealed; full trailer coming tomorrow

A new poster for The Grinch is now online for your viewing pleasure. In addition, the first trailer for the film will arrive online tomorrow. The Grinch arrives for holiday chaos this November.

First Christopher Robin trailer online

The first trailer for Disney’s Christopher Robin is now online, and you can check it out in the player below. The live-action update of the classic franchise opens everywhere August 3rd.

Star Wars Rebels marks epic finale with ray of hope
Coco, Dear Basketball win Oscars

After their last three films received no nominations, Pixar’s Coco picked up two Oscars at the 90th Academy Awards last night, one for Best Animated Film and the other for Best Original Song for Remember Me. It’s the first animated feature since Frozen to win multiple statuettes. Pixar has now won 15 Academy Awards for […]

Mary Poppins Returns teaser trailer has flown in
Oscar Night 2018

Tonight’s the night! Oscar statuettes will be bestowed on lucky filmmakers this evening at the 90th Annual Academy Awards. Join us for a live chat and keep track of your contest ballot!

Disney voice acting legend David Ogden Stiers passes away at age 75
The Emoji Movie garners most Razzie Awards, including Worst Picture
2017: Animated Views’ Review Of The Year!

As the Oscars bring awards season to a close, we take our own look back on the good, the bad and the ugly of 2017 in film, television and animation, plus your picks of the year!

Early Man

Early Man is fun, but leaves a lot of potential untapped. Aardman is still top of their game technically, but hopefully the issues here are an anomaly and we’ll see more evolved storytelling in their next generation of films.

Disney moves live-action Mulan by two years to 2020
Marvel moves Avengers: Infinity War release up a week to April 27