2016 Animation Movies (By Date)

Hey Arnold!

    • Animation

    The TV movie will feature a storyline that picks up where the original series ended and resolves unanswered plotlines–including the whereabouts of Arnold’s parents, long missing from the program.

     (2016)

    Devil May Cry

      • Action

      Based on the popular Capcom video game, the story revolves around the character of Dante, who avenges his mother's murder by killing off demons.

      Max & Me

        • Animation

        Noah's Ark

          • Animation

          The animated comedy adventure is inspired by the classic tale, but tells the story from the point of view of the animals. The story follows an outcast aardvark by the name of Gilbert, who becomes the reluctant leader of a ragtag group of misfit animals that need to be led to the mighty ark before the impending flood. Along their journey, they band together to conquer unforeseen obstacles, and ultimately, Gilbert discovers within himself the inner strength and ingenuity to prove that in a world of “twos,” he was truly destined to be “the one.”

          The X Mas Files

            • Animation

            Son of Zorn

              • Animation

              Untitled Looney Tunes ACME Warehouse Project

                • Animation

                A story set in the ACME warehouse, the manufacturer of anything and everything used by the Looney Tunes characters.

                The Jungle Book

                  • Animation

                  Robodog

                    • NONE
                    • Animation

                    The Stooge

                      • Animation

                      The movie is called The Stooge. It will be based on the classic Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis movie of the same name. The story has the emotional empathy and sensibilities of Wall-E and Toy Story. It will be a (G) Rated Pixar type animated musical buddy comedy. Mickey takes on the Dean Martin role, Roger, who is already regarded as a comic genius in France, takes the Jerry Lewis part.

                      The film incorporates five specific locations from the Disneyland park. It also introduces the Toon Train, an exciting and interesting way to travel through Toontown.

                      The film features real-life people. Walt Disney costars. Orson Welles makes an appearance.