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Animation (Movie Genre)

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  • 'Divergent' likely to pass box-office test; 'Muppets' looks solid

    Teen sci-fi should rule the box office this weekend, with the highly anticipated "Divergent" poised for a strong launch of a new franchise.    "Divergent," from Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment, could generate $55 million or more in ticket sales from...
  • Disney's 'Frozen' teaches kids to be gay, pastor says

    Disney's 'Frozen' teaches kids to be gay, pastor says
    Religious talk show host Kevin Swanson is claiming that Disney's hit animated film "Frozen" is the work of the Devil and teaches children to be gay.   According to Right Wing Watch, Swanson, a pastor and host of the radio talk show "Religious Right"...
  • Idina Menzel off to robust start in 'If/Then' musical on Broadway

    Riding a wave of publicity following her appearance at last week's Oscars ceremony, where her mispronounced name instantly became an Internet meme, Idina Menzel saw robust business at her new Broadway musical, "If/Then," which began performances on...
  • Annie Awards to honor animator Katsuhiro Otomo for career achievement

    Annie Awards to honor animator Katsuhiro Otomo for career achievement
    Legendary Japanese animator Katsuhiro Otomo is known around the world for his work, particularly his groundbreaking cyberpunk action feature "Akira." But Otomo doesn't spend time watching his own films. "The truth is, I don't read or watch my own...
  • Review: 'Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014: Animation' a mixed bag

    Review: 'Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014: Animation' a mixed bag
    The five Academy Award nominees for animated short film this year split up into two disparate groups: happy meal and white tablecloth. Originally shown with the Disney feature film "Frozen," "Get a Horse!" is the best known and most seen of the bunch....
  • Zac Efron's 'That Awkward Moment' likely to top 'Ride Along'

    During the quiet Super Bowl weekend, Zac Efron's new R-rated comedy, "That Awkward Moment," will likely sack "Ride Along" and Jason Reitman's new effort, "Labor Day."  Written and directed by first-timer Tom Gormican, the raunchy "That Awkward Moment,"...
  • 2014 Oscar Nominations: Teenlink's Predictions

    2014 Oscar Nominations: Teenlink's Predictions
    Nominations for the 2014 Academy Awards --  considered the most prestigious awards for excellence in film -- were announced Jan. 16. Hosted for the second time by comedian Ellen DeGeneres, the ceremony will air live on ABC on March 2. Here's what to...
  • Box Office: 'Frozen' Crosses $1 Billion Worldwide

    "Frozen" had several reasons to celebrate last night (excluding the flubbed introduction of star Idina Menzel). Aside from nabbing two Oscars, including Disney's first best animated feature win in history, the toon also crossed the $1 billion-mark at...
  • Disney's 'The Jungle Book' Tops Home Video Sales

    Walt Disney Studios' "The Jungle Book," which first broke on the big screen nearly half a century ago, was the top-selling home video title the week ending Feb. 16. The 1967 animated classic, the last film to be produced by Walt Disney, debuted at No....
  • Can Oscar documentary nominee '20 Feet' prevail over darker matter?

    "Searching for Sugar Man," the absorbing investigation into the whereabouts of an elusive '70s singer-songwriter, won the Academy Award for feature documentary last year. It was the first time that the entire body of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and...
  • ASC Honoree Dean Cundey Weathered Seismic Changes in Lensers' Craft

    Dean Cundey -- the latest recipient the ASC's highest honor, its Lifetime Achievement Award -- might have started out in low-budget genre films, but his career trajectory has led him to the summit of envelope-bursting technology on such films as the "Back...