The Emmy-nominated series follows a group of superheroes who exploit their tremendous influence and popularity to abuse their superpowers; new season is coming in 2024.
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The anticipated ‘The Boys’ spinoff series from Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television will premiere exclusively September 29 on Prime Video; VFX studios on the show include DNEG, Ingenuity Studios, Luma Pictures, Pixomondo, ReDefine, and Rocket Science VFX.
The anticipated ‘The Boys’ spinoff series from Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television will premiere exclusively September 29 on Prime Video.
Visual Effects Supervisor Simon Jung and Animation Supervisor Dennis Yoo talk clickers, bloaters, giraffes, and fungi, some of the captivating and ghastly visuals they helped produce for HBO’s critically acclaimed and wildly popular series, nominated for 25 Emmys including Outstanding Visual Effects in a Season or Movie.
The series follows the first generation of young ‘created’ superheroes who must grapple with their physical and moral boundaries – coming to the streamer this November.
The company, founded by Rodney Rothman and Adam Rosenberg, taps animation pro to find, develop and produce animated ﬁlm and TV projects; new hire follows company recently signing first-look animated broadcast deal with Fox.
Creator John Eddie and executive producer/showrunner Mike Arnold discuss their foray into neo-mythmaking in Sony Pictures Animation’s first adult animated series, ‘Agent Elvis,’ premiering today, March 17, on Netflix.
Matthew McConaughey and Priscilla Presley star in the new adult animated action-comedy about the infamous King of Rock and Roll re-imagined as an undercover spy; the series debuts March 17.
The mysterious show from ‘The Lost City’ writer Oren Uziel will follow an older superhero in a 1930s New York City, although it will not be Peter Parker.
Yes, there’s now a video and poster! Academy Award Winner Matthew McConaughey stars as Elvis in the new adult animated comedy - he’s a global superstar by day and ass-kicking vigilante by night; the show hits the streamer next month.
Originally called ‘Agent King,’ Sony Pictures Animation and Netflix’s adult animated action-comedy follows the infamous rock and roller, now re-imagined as an undercover spy.
Premiering January 11, the new animated preschool series blends campy humor, feel-good themes, and vibrant colors to bring two popular character-types together: cats and superheroes.
Amazon Studios head Vernon Sanders assures fans the first season is ‘incredibly true to the source material,’ despite the synopsis seemingly omitting game events preceding 2018’s ‘God of War’ soft reboot.
Based on the critically acclaimed PlayStation video game franchise, the series follows God in exile Kratos, who stumbles into an epic adventure as he attempts to spread the ashes of his diseased wife with his estranged son.
Disney Branded Television’s show about adorable superhero kittens who impart lessons of kindness, empathy, and friendship premieres Jan 11 on Disney Channel, Disney Junior, and Disney+.
First up is ‘Silk: Spider Society,’ which follows Cindy Moon, a Korean-American woman bitten by the same spider that bit Peter Parker, with Angela Kang (‘The Walking Dead’) as showrunner for Amazon Studios.
Set for a 2024 debut, the new animated series from the ‘Game of Zones’ creators is about men with no jobs trying to find purpose in a world where they’re no longer needed… but have a large monthly universal basic income.
Original movie cast members Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Michael Cera, David Krumholtz, and Edward Norton return for new show, a co-production of Annapurna Television, Sony Pictures Television, and Amazon Studios.
Leads Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey see some intense action as they fight the good fight, and we catch our first glimpse at a terrifying cordyceps-infected clicker along with the surprise appearance of Melanie Lynskey as a revolutionary leader.
The streamer targets another major game IP not long after announcing it’s turning ‘Fallout’ into a live-action show.
The planned 24-episode revival of Aaron McGruder’s brilliant, animated satire is no longer moving forward.
The longtime Disney executive has been promoted to ‘second-in-command,’ after serving as VP of Production and Executive Director; in her new role she will lead all physical production of the studio’s content for Disney+, Disney Junior, and Disney Channel.
Visual effects studio delivers 175 shots on the Starz series, including a terrifying locust swarm, stampeding buffalo, and epic storm.