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  • Disney profit up 12% on consumer products, studio, theme park gains

    Walt Disney Co. reported a 12% increase in net income for its fiscal fourth quarter, lifted by the performance of its consumer products, studio, and parks and resorts divisions. The Burbank company posted net income of $1.394 billion for the quarter...
  • 'Monsters University' debuts as top DVD/Blu-ray title

    'Monsters University' debuts as top DVD/Blu-ray title
    "Monsters University" was at the top of its class in its freshman week in the home entertainment market.  The hit prequel to the 2001 Pixar computer-animated family film "Monsters Inc." topped Rentrak's DVD and Blu-ray sales chart. This comes after...
  • 'Frozen,' 'Monsters University' Top Annie Awards Noms with 10 Each

    "Frozen" and "Monsters University" topped the film category for the 41st Annie Awards nominations with 10 each, followed closely by "Despicable Me 2" and "The Croods" with nine each, in a first glimpse at of the animated awards season race. Rounding out...
  • 'Frozen' and 'The Croods' are among nominees for Annie Awards

    'Frozen' and 'The Croods' are among nominees for Annie Awards
    "A Letter to Momo," "Despicable Me 2," "Ernest & Celestine," "Frozen," "Monsters University," "The Croods" and "The Wind Rises" have earned nominations for best animated film feature for the 41st Annie Awards. The Annie Awards, which are presented by...
  • 'Ernest & Celestine' and 'A Letter to Momo': Oscar's outsider animation

    'Ernest & Celestine' and 'A Letter to Momo': Oscar's outsider animation
    Big-studio CG-animated movies "Frozen," and "Monsters University" topped the film categories for the Annie Awards nominations announced Monday, collecting 10 apiece. But a couple of little-known entries from niche distributor GKIDS also made the cut...
  • Drawing inspiration between the lines of animation

    Drawing inspiration between the lines of animation
    As feature animation becomes an increasingly crowded field, the pressure to create appealing and enduring characters with thrift and speed has intensified. Five directors recently came together for the Envelope Animation Round Table to discuss the...
  • 'Monsters University' director Dan Scanlon, an animated Everyman

     'Monsters University' director Dan Scanlon, an animated Everyman
      Dan Scanlon, 37, joined Pixar in 2001, working as a story artist on "Cars" and "Toy Story 3," and he co-directed the 2006 short film "Mater and the Ghost Light." He made his feature directorial debut this year with "Monsters University," which...
  • 'Monsters University,' 'Turbo' top Thanksgiving week DVD sales

    It looks like there will be plenty of computer animated movies underneath Christmas trees this year.  The Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios family film "Monsters University" and DreamWorks Animation's "Turbo" took the No. 1 and No. 2...
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards: It's a numbers game

    Screen Actors Guild Awards: It's a numbers game
    It's a pretty safe bet that when the Screen Actors Guild announces its film ensemble award nominees Wednesday morning, we won't be seeing the casts from "All Is Lost" or "Gravity" on the list. When it comes to this award, SAG voters are all about...
  • Golden Globes nominations: 'Frozen,' 'Despicable Me 2' get animation nods

    "Frozen" directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee got the news in Spanish Thursday morning that the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. had nominated their film for best animated feature: The two had traveled from Dubai to Mexico City to promote the Walt Disney...
  • Gray's Gold: Free the Toons!

    In terms of box office, life is good for the animation business, as audiences show their affection for the genre. In terms of awards, it's a different story. In the past 85 years, Academy Awards voters have repeatedly shown that they consider animation...