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Travis Knight Directing LAIKA’s Next Movie, ‘Wildwood’

Portland studio LAIKA announced that its next stop-motion and CG hybrid animated feature film release will be Wildwood, based on the bestselling novel written by Colin Meloy, which the…

Travis Knight to Direct Mark Wahlberg in ‘Six Billion Dollar Man’

'Bumblebee' director Travis Knight is set to tackle the Mark Wahlberg-starring 'Six Billion Dollar Man.'

‘Bumblebee’ Director on Biggest Challenges and Dreaming Up a Sequel

'Bumblebee' director Travis Knight already has a lot of ideas for where the series could go, should the studio decide to continue.

‘Bumblebee’ Trailer: Hailee Steinfeld, John Cena Go to War for New Transformers Film

Paramount Pictures has released a new trailer for 'Bumblebee,' the latest Transformers installment, which takes the franchise back to the 1980s. The film stars 'True Grit' breakout Hailee Steinfeld…

Animation Roundtable: Seth Rogen and 6 More on Avoiding Ethnic Stereotypes and How to “Break the Mold” of Princesses

A panel of top toon creators — including Byron Howard ('Zootopia), Garth Jennings ('Sing'), Travis Knight ('Kubo and the Two Strings'), Mike Mitchell ('Trolls'), John Musker ('Moana') and Mark…

SIGGRAPH: How Laika Made an 18-Foot Stop-Motion Puppet For ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’

"It was by far the largest puppet we ever created. It seemed insane," says VFX supervisor Steve Emerson.

From ‘The Lego Movie’ to ‘Big Hero 6,’ Directors of This Year’s Top Animated Movies Reveal Their Favorite Scenes

The directors of 'How to Train Your Dragon 2,' 'Big Hero 6,' 'The Boxtrolls,' 'Book of Life' and 'Song of the Sea' also share beloved moments

‘The Boxtrolls’: Venice Review

A villainous troll catcher sets out to eradicate the underclass and join the cheese-eating elite in the latest from the animation house behind 'Coraline' and 'ParaNorman'

‘ParaNorman’s’ Travis Knight: The Nike Scion Behind the Oscar-Nominated Film

"This is the kind of story kids need to see," says Knight, whose Portland-based animation house made the stop-motion hit.