We will never be able to unsee Henry Cavill's poorly removed mustache.
It's everything we know and love... but different.
It took animators one week to make one second of footage.
From the pure-spirited Paddington in "Paddington 2" to the ever huggable (and now Oscar-nominated) Pooh in "Christopher Robin," 2018 saw an impressive range of digital bears.
DreamWorks has made a trilogy-ender for what might be its best franchise yet — does it wrap things up nicely, or is this one of those movies where the door's left open for more dragons (and dollars) to come? Here's what the reviews have to say.
Another experimental short film from Pixar that has turned out hearts into mush.
This Ellen Degeneres-produced series will include voice work from Diane Keaton, Michael Douglas, Adam DeVine, Tracy Morgan, Keegan-Michael Key, Daveed Diggs, Ilana Glazer, Eddie Izzard, John Turturro, Jeffrey Wright and Jillian Bell.
"If you don't eat flies, what do you eat?"
Bill Wurtz is a genius and this is his most brilliant video since "History of Japan."
Pixar released this side-by-side footage of this infamous tearjerker alongside its original storyboard sketches.
The anthology series will debut on Netflix on March 15.
Have you ever noticed the many Batman and Akira connections? The animated version of the Caped Crusader crosses over a lot with that anime masterpiece.
Professor of physics, astronomy and biology James Boedicker explores what "Rick and Morty" weirdness is theoretically possible based on our current scientific understandings.
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Don't think you can stomach another Spider-Man origin story? Sony hopes you'll give a talented group of animators, writers and directors one more shot with Miles Morales, the Afro-Latino teenager who takes up the Spider-Mantle from Peter Parker. Oh, and a bunch of other Spider-Folks show up too.
"Playmobil: The Movie" hits theaters August 16, 2019.
As part of an upcoming "Beauty and the Beast" attraction, Tokyo Disneyland is utilizing some new animatronics that are... unnerving to say the least.
Puppet master Andy Gent says the Wes Anderson movie was the most ambitious animation film he's ever worked on.
This video is like an onion. If you leave it out in the sun, it will turn brown and start sprouting little white hairs.
Creator Joe Murray and his team reminisce about their weird, wild, occasionally obscene cartoon — which was even loonier behind the scenes.
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