Get ready to snuggle up in love with these beautifully romantic animated movies. They are the perfect remedy to make your day go awesome. Animated movies are not just ‘Children’s movies’ they are more than that. They are for the ‘Kidults’. By Kidults, we mean, it is for all the Adults who have a soul of Kid and of course, for all the little kids. In the world of animated movies, the genre of romance and action movies is never enough. What makes these movies brilliant is that there are plenty of quotes, songs and dialogues which would inspire you and make you fall in love with them. They provide the opportunity to enter a world where dreams come true and happily ever afters happen every day. So, just in case you’re in need of some warm fuzzies, here’s a list of some of our favorite animat
Walt Disney has always been the King of classic animated movies with their absolutely beautiful films. Some of the animated movies deserve to be known more and we tell you about the not-so-known movies you should watch. Disney has produced over 50 animated films and we sure do expect much more entertaining animated movies from them each time. They have been as innovative and important as they have been cherished by children all over the world. Movies like Frozen, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Tarzan, Beauty and the Beast are the commonly known and seen movies of Disney. There are few Disney Movies which are not so common to hear about or have been watched before. This week we tell about 5 Disney animated movies which you may have not seen but you certainly should. The Fox and th...
Discovery Kids has signed exclusive deals with leading studios including NBCUniversal, Reliance Media, Cosmos Entertainment and Toonz Animation for the same. Discovery Kids has announced to premiere movies every weekend all through 2017. The movies will features kids’ favourite characters from India and round the world, including Shaktimaan, Kisna, Luv Kushh, Hanuman, Sheikh Chilli, Barbie amongst many others. Demonstrating its drive to up the local content on the channel, it will also produce movies in India. Discovery Kids will air a brand new look to iconic local character Kisna – Mahayoddha Kisna – on New Year Eve. “While our programme series offers daily dose of differentiated entertainment during the weekdays; the movies will provide an incremental attraction and build the weeken
Many thought demand for animation art had petered out after a boom in the 1980s. But new generations of animators have stepped in. The animators still believe storyboarding is the best way to share your vision and thereby animate objects. Desirable periods run the gamut from the 1920s, when animation shorts began, to the late 1990s, when studios producing animated films switched from hand-painted to digital images. Walt Disney Co.’s Pixar Animation Studios, responsible for such hits as “Toy Story,” was an early practitioner of digital animation. Walt Disney animator Webb Smith first used storyboarding during the early 1930s. Smith used the idea of drawing scenes of the Disney short “The Three Little Pigs” on separate sheets of paper and pinning them up on a bulletin board to tell the s
Gru, Lucy, and the Minions are back, and up against a new villain — the shoulder-pad sporting, moonwalking Balthazar Bratt. The “Despicable Me 3” trailer features Bratt (voiced by “South Park” creator Trey Parker) moonwalking on the ocean and up the side of a ship on a pair of skis, while clad in a purple jumpsuit and mullet, as Michael Jackson’s “Bad” pays in the background. Meanwhile back at the Anti-Villain League headquarters, they suspect they are witnessing a monster on the loose, until one member recognizes the villain for who he really is: “That’s no monster — that’s a man wearing shoulder pads!” Bratt is a former ’80s child star whose show got canceled after he hit puberty. Now he plans on executing a full-fledged world domination. But where are the minions? Are they even the