The story of the battle of Life vs. Decay in an unseen world where tiny creatures stand guard to protect the world's forests.
An "Epic" battle plays out in a wooded forest, between the forces of Life and the forces of Decay. A scientist has lost everything in his pursuit of the tiny warring creatures, creatures only he has ever seen. His teenage daughter comes to visit and without warning, finds out first hand that her father was right.
In the world of the woods, maybe at a park near your house, a constant struggle goes on unseens between the forces of Life and the forces of Decay. Until a young girl inadvertently stumbles into the chaos and an “epic” battle in progress.
Grug and family suffer the indignities of life on the road, whining and complaining about everything.
The Croods is a 3D comedy adventure that follows the world's first modern family through the journey of a lifetime. When the cave that has always been their home is destroyed – with the rest of their world not far behind it – The Croods are forced to set off on the first family road (or path) trip. Rocked by generational clashes and seismic shifts, The Croods discover an incredible new world filled with fantastic creatures, and a future beyond any they imagined.
The Croods journey through strange lands to find a new home, learning how to really "live" along the way.
Step behind the scenes as see how a scene is setup and acted out - a new featurette to support the DVD release.
Go behind the scenes for a close-up look at the making of The Pirates! Band of Misfits - a new featurette to support the DVD release.
Learn about Aardman's technique for using 3D printers to create hundreds of sets of mouths - a new featurette to support the DVD release.
Nick and Jeff talk about the character of Scrat, his history, his antics and how they animated him on the upcoming "Ice Age: Continental Drift." Part 1 of 3.
Nick and Jeff talk about the pressure of animating Scrat, their work on "Rio" and the challenges of animating birds. Part 2 of 3.
Nick and Jeff describe the satisfaction of seeing an audience watch their films and how that helps them become better animators. Part 3 of 3.
In this arcade-game-hopping journey, Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly, “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby,” “Step Brothers”) is tired of being overshadowed by Fix-It Felix (voice of Jack McBrayer, “30 Rock”), the “good guy” star of their game who always gets to save the day. But after decades doing the same thing and seeing all the glory go to Felix, Ralph decides he’s tired of playing the role of a bad guy. He takes matters into his own massive hands and sets off on a game-hopping journey across the arcade through every generation of video games to prove he’s got what it takes to be a hero.
In Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie," young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences.
Mike, Sully and the gang are back - this time, they're way back, to when they first met in school, and not on the best of terms. Version 4 of 4 first trailers for the upcoming Pixar feature.
Mike, Sully and the gang are back - this time, they're way back, to when they first met in school, and not on the best of terms. Version 3 of 4 first trailers for the upcoming Pixar feature.
Mike, Sully and the gang are back - this time, they're way back, to when they first met in school, and not on the best of terms. Version 2 of 4 first trailers for the upcoming Pixar feature.
Mike, Sully and the gang are back - this time, they're way back, to when they first met in school, and not on the best of terms. Version 1 of 4 first trailers for the upcoming Pixar feature.
A cool compilation of 6 clip sets, pairing live action plates with finished shots showcasing some of Method Studios stellar vfx work on Dark Shadows.
Take a behind the scenes look at the visual design of the new film, including sets, weapons and vehicles.
To save his town from a centuries-old curse, a misunderstood boy who can talk with the dead must face off against ghosts, zombies and grown-ups.
Director Peter Lord and writer Gideon Defoe discuss their collaboration on the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios production of The Pirates!
Supervising Art Director Matt Perry and Graphic Designer Gavin Lines share examples of the subtleties and attention to detail that enrich the world of the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios film, The Pirates!
Supervising Sound Editor Adrian Rhodes explains the intricate process of building a full soundscape from absolute silence and shares examples from Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios production of The Pirates!
The creative team describes the challenges of designing and animating the pirate ship for the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios film, The Pirates!
Key Animator Andy Symanowski explores the stop motion techniques used in the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios production of The Pirates!
Alberta, 1909. The wide open prairies of the wild west. Enter a well-tailored young Englishman, fresh from the old country. He’s been sent to try his hand at ranching but his affection for badminton, bird watching and liquor leaves him little time for wrangling cattle. As the golden prairie summer turns to fall, it becomes clear that nothing in his refined upbringing has prepared him for the harsh conditions of the New World. Borrowing playfully from the western, the nature documentary and eyewitness reportage, this short animated film offers a fresh, wry take on the Canadian frontier experience. By contrasting details as delicate as a teacup with the immensity of the prairie sky, the clash between civilization and wilderness is starkly rendered. Wild Life is about the beauty of the untamed prairie, the pang of being homesick and the folly of living dangerously out of context.
Mel Blanc’s hit song from 1950 “I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat” had never been utilized for an animated cartoon -- until now! This all-new Looney Tunes short combines dazzling animation, Blanc’s Tweety and Sylvester vocals, a new orchestral score, and the legendary voice of June Foray as Granny.
When a New Yorker walks past a chicken on his morning stroll, we’re left to wonder which one is the real city slicker… Based loosely on a real life event recounted in Paul Auster’s brilliant book True Tales of American Life, Grant Orchard’s “A Morning Stroll” tells the story of one New Yorker’s early morning encounter with a chicken, an event that plays out over 100 years.