Monthly Archives: September 2016

Variety goes in-depth on Jeffrey Katzenberg in nine articles

With his departure from DreamWorks Animation last month, Variety has taken the opportunity to look in-depth at the life and career of Jeffrey Katzenberg in these nine articles: How Jeffrey Katzenberg Became Leader of the Animation Revolution My Ride-Along With (the Unemployed) Jeffrey Katzenberg How Jeffrey Katzenberg Made a Huge Impact on Show Business Jeffrey […]

Artist of the Day: Mel Tow

Discover the art of Mel Tow, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day. The post Artist of the Day: Mel Tow appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Trolls Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Produced by Justin Timberlake with Max Martin and Shellback RCA Records, September 23, 2016, 35 minutes, $13.99 I’m not entirely sure what the marketing strategy is behind how the music for Trolls has been released in advance of the film’s November 4 premiere. The apparent lead single, Can’t Stop the Feeling!, was released way back […]

In Conversation: John Canemaker On The Disney Family Museum’s Massive ‘Pinocchio’ Exhibit

The biggest collection of material ever from the production of the seminal Disney film ‘Pinocchio’ is currently on display in San Francisco. The post In Conversation: John Canemaker On The Disney Family Museum’s Massive ‘Pinocchio’ Exhibit appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Samuel Goldwyn Films Will Release R-Rated ‘Nerdland’ Theatrically

Another R-rated animated feature is headed to U.S. theaters. The post Samuel Goldwyn Films Will Release R-Rated ‘Nerdland’ Theatrically appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

M. Night Shyamalan developing animated Indian family comedy Eleven Little Indians for Fox

Adventure Time to end in 2018

‘Your Name’ Becomes First Non-Miyazaki Anime to Top $100 Million in Japan

Makoto Shinkai’s smash-hit “Your Name” is an unstoppable force at the Japanese box office. The post ‘Your Name’ Becomes First Non-Miyazaki Anime to Top $100 Million in Japan appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

‘If You Say Something, See Something’ by Gina Kamentsky

Animated film drawn on found subtitled footage set to “Funeral March of a Marionette.” The post ‘If You Say Something, See Something’ by Gina Kamentsky appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Elsa and Max Goof? Frozen‘s Idina Menzel engaged to A Goofy Movie‘s Aaron Lohr