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Brain Zoo Studios Teams with Marvel for ‘Heroes United’

Brain Zoo Studios partners with Marvel Television on the all-new animated feature, ‘Marvel’s Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United.’

Marvel Animation and Brain Zoo Studios join forces again in their second original feature length CGI animated film that combines an all new team up between two of Marvel’s biggest super heroes in Marvel's Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United.

Last year, Iron Man and the Hulk reluctantly joined forces in Marvel's Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United, the first animated CGI film from Marvel Animation Studios in collaboration with the Van Nuys-based Brain Zoo Studios. This time, Iron Man joins forces with Captain America.

In Marvel’s Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United, the titular Marvel Super Heroes battle to keep the villainous Red Skull and Taskmaster from unleashing an army of Hydra Brutes on the world! But, before they can do that, these two Avengers square off in hand-to-hand combat with all their best weapons and must push each other to the next level in order to save the world. All the fun rapport and dynamic from the first Heroes United film is matched here between Captain America and Iron Man.

In Marvel's Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United, Brain Zoo Studios delivered 72 minutes of non-stop action in just seven months from inception to completion. Following in the same 2.5D style as Marvel's Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United, the team pushed the film production even further with richer environments, legions of additional characters, hundreds of Hydrabrutes, and over 200 effects. Brain Zoo Studios maintained a very aggressive production schedule, completing 72 minutes of key-framed CG animation in seven months, making them definitely worthy of Super Hero status. Brain Zoo Studios attributes this feat to building up their existing pipeline and making it even more efficient.

“I am so proud of our team for delivering three to four times more than the first film, while maintaining the same level across the board with all the characters in such a short time frame,” said Mo Davoudian, Founder and President of Brain Zoo Studios. “The amazing, creative, collaborative partnership we have with the Marvel team is a huge part of this success and not only allows us to exceed expectations while doing what we love but to do so right here in Los Angeles.”

"We're very proud and excited to share another great collaboration with the talented team at Brain Zoo,” said Eric Radomski, Marvel’s SVP of Animation Production and Creative Director. “Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United represents Marvel Animation’s continuing contribution to the ever-growing Marvel catalog of quality entertainment.”

Adrian Pasdar and Roger Craig reprise their voice roles as Iron Man and Captain America in Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United, available only on Digital HD, On-Demand and Disney Movies.

Source: Brain Zoo Studios

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.