Netflix’s ‘Kid Cosmic’ designers Chris Tsirgiotis and Craig McCracken honored along with five other artists for their work in a single episode or special; reveal comes ahead of the first annual Children’s & Family Emmy Awards ceremonies scheduled for this weekend.
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Bob Weber Jr.’s kids’ interactive comic, about a Sherlock Holmes-esque detective and his sidekick Max Mouse, heads to the big screen with Evan Daugherty as writer/producer and art direction by Chromosphere Studios.
Highlights of the streamer’s summer slate include animated movie and series debuts of ‘The Sea Beast’ on July 8, ‘Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight’ on July 14, and ‘Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie’ on August 5.
The seasonal slate features over 50 titles of family-friendly fodder across all genres, with a healthy dose of animation.
The project will include comic creations from the early careers of notable animators before they became well-known, celebrating the shared history of the mediums.
Following the reported cancellation of several kids’ animated series including Megan Markle’s ‘Pearl,’ the streamer announces seven new series including popular franchise spin-offs ‘Sonic Prime,’ ‘Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight’ and ‘The Boss Baby: Back in The Crib;’ fan favorites also set to return with new episodes and seasons of ‘The Cuphead Show!,’ ‘Gabby’s Dollhouse’ and ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ Season 5.
The ‘Aquaman’ star is reportedly wrapping up negotiations to headline a new film based on the best-selling video game of all time.
The creative team behind Netflix’s new animated slapstick comedy, based on Studio MDHR’s award-winning ‘Cuphead’ video game, talks about keeping it real, retro, and funny; series premieres February 18.
Upcoming series, based on the hugely successful Studio MDHR video game, is a crazy, surreal, 2D retro animation-styled slapstick comedy starring Cuphead and his brother Mugman seeking fun and adventure on Inkwell Isles… pursued by none other than the Devil himself; show premieres February 18.
Geeked Week, the streamers free virtual event, runs June 7-11 across the @NetflixGeeked social channels; catch exclusive news, trailers, art, and drop-ins from stars of popular shows including ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘Castlevania,’ and ‘The Old Guard.’
Netflix and eOne's rebooted CG animated ‘My Little Pony’ movie and series, along with a 20-episode animated ‘Transformers’ comedy, will hit the streamer this fall.