Ellen DeGeneres Wants 'Finding Dory' to Raise Fans' Awareness On Ocean Rehabilitation: "They Want Me to Speak 'Whale' A Lot" in 'Finding Nemo' Sequel
Aug 24, 2015 Beloved talk show host Ellen DeGeneres would be reprising her role as the charming yet forgetful fish Dory in Disney Pixar's "Finding Dory" animated film, and if there's one thing DeGeneres wants fans to learn when watching the long-awaited sequel to "Finding Nemo," then it would have to be the importance of ocean preservation and valuing the creatures that live in it.
‘Shaun the Sheep’ Movie Reviews: Clay Animation Film Stars Justin Fletcher, John Sparkes, Omid Djalili, and Kate Harbour
Aug 08, 2015 Shaun is an intelligent sheep who lives with his flock at Mossy Bottom Farm. Wishing for more than his monotonous life, he makes a mischievous plan to get a day away from the farm and into the Big City. ‘Shaun the Sheep’ hit theaters on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015. The animation comedy film was rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America.
‘Minions’ Movie Reviews and Ratings: 2015 Film Stars Pierre Coffin, Sandra Bullock, and Steve Carell
Jul 08, 2015 Minions are small yellow creatures that have existed since the dawn of history. They evolved from single-celled organisms and have served despicable masters like the T. rex dinosaur, Dracula, and Napoleon. Kevin, Bob, and Stuart, three minions attend the Villain-Con in Orlando, Florida in search of a new master to serve. ‘Minions’ hits theaters on Friday, July 10. The film was rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America.
Theater Slammed For Showing 'Insidious: Chapter 3' To Kids Instead of Pixar Film, Parents Furious Over Mix-Up
Jun 25, 2015 A family day gone wrong was what went on in a theatre in Middletown, Ohio when the establishment's staff failed to plug in the correct tape to show for a group of children and their parents. Looking forward to two hours of fun and excitement via Pixar's blockbuster film, "Inside Out," the viewers were instead shocked to come face to face with the ghastly adventures featured in "Insidious: Chapter 3," according to Journal News.
'Inside Out’ 2015 Pixar Animation Movie Reviews and Ratings: 2015 Film Stars Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling
Jun 17, 2015 Riley Anderson and her family moves from the Midwest to San Francisco. Her inner emotions guide her through everyday life as she tries to cope with the big changes. 'Inside Out' hits theaters on Friday, June 19. The 2015 Pixar animated film was rated PG by the MPAA.
Disney's 'Frozen 2' Plot Updates: Anna and Elsa Battle A Wicked King
May 08, 2015 'Frozen 2,' the full-length sequel to Disney's 'Frozen' has new plots and character development. The sequel features new villains and positive changes in pre-existing characters.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' Series: Disney's Animated Spinoff Casts Groot, Rocket Raccoon
Feb 19, 2015 Following the announcement of the latest ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ animated series last year and a long period of scarce details about its progress, Disney and Marvel Entertainment have now added more members into the series’ official cast.
'Big Hero 6' Sequel Coming Up? Not So Fast, Says Director
Feb 16, 2015 Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6’ paved its way last weekend towards garnering the third spot at the list of top-grossing films in the domestic box office for the animation studio, following after 'Frozen' and 'The Lion King.'
'Big Hero 6' Soars to Top Spot of South Korea Box Office
Feb 05, 2015 After the considerable success of Disney’s ‘Frozen’ in the South Korea box office, the newest animated film from the studio, 'Big Hero 6', has also soared to the top spot for the weekend last January 30 to February 1.
'How to Train Your Dragon 3' Plot & Cast Unveiled
Feb 02, 2015 DreamWorks Animations’ ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ was a big winner at the 42nd annual Annie Awards as it dominated the event with six wins, including awards for best director for Dean DeBlois and best animated feature.
500 DreamWorks Animation Employees To Lose Jobs
Jan 23, 2015 DreamWorks Animation announced on Thursday the company's decision to slash their workforce by 500 people, which would affect jobs on all locations. This move was made in adherence to the "strategic plan" of DreamWorks to restructure the organization. In addition to cutting 500 jobs, the feature film studio will also reduce the number of films it releases every year from the current three movies to only two in the succeeding years. Apart from these measures, the company intend to obtain a pretax charge worth US$290 million, according to a report published by Deadline.