FUNimation Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to “Your Name,” the animation sensation that is currently riding high at the Japanese box office. The film has topped the Japanese chart for nine…
Crunchyroll and Funimation, two of the top U.S.-based digital providers of anime, are bringing dozens of new titles to their respective services under a new cross-licensing agreement. Under the…
Funimation Entertainment has acquired North American rights to the restored edition of Mitsuyo Seo's pioneering “Momotaro, Sacred Sailors” – the first feature-length animated film produced in Japan.…
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Minneapolis-based computer software publisher and media distrib Navarre Corp. is mulling the sale of subsid Funimation Entertainment, which distribs Japanese toons in the U.S.