Six Japanese companies are investing in Anime Consortium Japan, a content joint venture launched by Bandai Namco and the Cool Japan Fund
The Japanese anime film “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F'” is getting a U.S. theatrical run. The English-language release will be shown on 1,000 screens from August 4 to 12. The film is the 20th pic…
Title is first new "Dragon Ball" TV series in over 18 years.
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The 1980s Japanese series that first stoked the world's appetite for googly-eyed, androgynous-looking cartoon characters gets a massive CG upgrade from toon powerhouse Toei.
MADRID – Lucky Red, one of Italy's leading independent distributors, has acquired theatrical, TV and DVD rights to Toei Animation's "Saint Seiya: Legend of Sanctuary," one of the biggest world…
Hulu has gotten its hands on iconic Japanese anime series “Sailor Moon,” bringing it back to U.S. audiences for the first time in almost a decade. The Internet TV service will stream the first four…
HONG KONG – Toei Co., the second biggest Japanese movie conglomerate, has debuted a paid-for Internet channel targeted at U.S. viewers. The ToeiJapan Channel will carry a mix of the company's…
Topnotch technique has been brought to bear on a portentously nerdy script in this treat for anime fans.
Hayao Miyazaki told the media on Friday that he will definitely not direct any more feature films. "I'm really serious this time." But he left the door open for other projects.
Sometimes it pays to be bold. And judging by a $132 million worldwide opening haul, at least, Paramount certainly benefited from pushing “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” back nine months to Easter weekend…
Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Entertainment and Toei Animation are partnering with All Nippon Entertainment Works for a feature version of Toei's "Gaiking" animated series.