Animation delves inside the concepts, drafts, sketches and final pixels of the most popular animated movies such as "The Incredibles", "Cars" and "A Shark's Tale".
Debunking Hollywood's Car Explosion Fantasies
7 Times New Technology Was Created to Make a Film
How John Williams Composes So Many Unforgettable Film Scores
How to Watch the Batman Movies in Order
Better Get the Jumbo Popcorn: 10 Longest Hollywood Movies
Marvel's 'Wakanda Forever' Pays Homage to Mesoamerican Cultures
How the Hays Code Censored Early Hollywood
What the Bechdel Test Says About Women in Film
Only 18 Talented People Have Achieved EGOT Status
Coming Attractions: Who Picks the Movie Trailers We See?
10 Ways Our Moviegoing Experience Will Change
Why do movie tickets cost so much?
The Sordid Past of the Third Nolan Brother
You've Been Pronouncing These Celebrity Names All Wrong
How Short Is the World's Smallest Person?
If You Hear a Scream in a Movie, It's Probably the Wilhelm Scream
VR Horror Movies: A New Way to Be Scared Out of Your Mind
There's acting, and then there's voice acting. Both are difficult in their own specific ways. How much do you know about these legends in the field?
By Alia Hoyt
He's one of the most iconic cartoon characters ever. But why?
By Bryan Young
The terms 'rabbit' and 'hare' actually comprise more than 50 distinct species with significant physical differences. So what is this wascally cartoon character, weally?
Over the years, there have been hundreds, perhaps thousands of different cartoon series that appeared both on television screens and in movies, but few are as well-known and influential as the cartoon classic Looney Tunes (and its sister series Merrie Melodies). This animated series, produced by Warner Bros, ran from 1930 to 1969, during the […] The post 10 Incredible Facts About Looney Tunes appeared first on Goliath.
By Jonny Hughes
If an animated movie is made of moving images that tell a story and introduce a unique character, then it's hard to name the father of animation. We'll introduce you to a few fathers, though.
By Debra Ronca
Stop-motion animation takes on its own unique charm when it's done with building blocks such as Lego bricks. In fact, there's an entire culture of filmmaking built around this niche style.
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" is one of the most successful movies of all time. Could that explain why we never (literally) heard from Snow White again?
Computer animation is commonplace now, so much so that you may think human animators are a thing of the past. But rest assured, there are artists behind every cartoon pixel.
Cartoons are full of wacky hijinks and impossible science. But once in a while, a movie or TV show gets the physics right. Here are 10 times that writers and animators have done their homework.
Computer animation makes possible many things that could not be done with traditional animation. Learn more about this fast-growing field.
By Dave Roos
ActiveX allows internet users to play animations and movies in their we browsers. Learn more about ActiveX.
By Dave Roos
Animator Chuck Jones created iconic characters such as Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and the Roadrunner. Read interesting tidbits about the 10 favorite cartoons of Chuck Jones.
The Simpsons Movie' has been a long time coming, with writers working on and improving the script since 2003. Read more about 'The Simpsons Movie' and its even earlier beginnings as a series of animated shorts in the 1980s.
By Ryan Johnson
Machinima takes its name from the combination of the words machine and cinema --machinima films use virtual environments and actors from video games to tell stories. Just why is this platform so popular?
For "The Incredibles," CGI masters at Pixar tackled the Holy Grail of computer animation: realistic humans. See what the creative team told us about producing this mega hit.
By Gerri Miller
Have you ever noticed how much Will Smith and Renee Zellweger resemble fish? Neither did we until Dreamworks "fishified" the actors into Oscar and Angie for the animated movie “Shark Tale.”
By Gerri Miller