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Writing for animation ANIMATIONWorld

Joy Regullano: From Pre-Med Studies to Writing for ‘Monsters at Work’

The Filipino Asian American writer, known as the show’s ‘joke assassin,’ stumbled onto her path as an actress and animation scribe while in school learning to become a doctor and take over her father’s clinic.

Everybody Wants to Save the World… Again Headline News

Prime Video Renews ‘Fallout’ for Season 2

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s critically-acclaimed series, set in the post-apocalyptic world of the best-selling global video game franchise, gets picked up for another season; the entire first season is now streaming. 

Sword-swinging Summer Headline News

Netflix Greenlights ‘The Witcher’ Season 5, Kicks Off Season 4 Production

Streamer gives a go to the fifth and final chapter of the popular fantasy drama that chronicles the story of monster hunter Geralt of Rivia.

Gotta Stream Fast Headline News

Cast Featurette Drops for ‘Sonic’ Spinoff Series ‘Knuckles’

The live-action / CGI mini-series, which centers on Idris Elba’s dastardly, coffee drinking red Echidna as he teaches his protege Wade Whipple the ways of the warrior, hits Paramount+ April 26.

Even More Good Times ANIMATIONWorld

Ranada Shepard Talks the Re-Imagined ‘Good Times’ Animated Series

The showrunner and executive producer of Netflix’s controversial, all-new adult animated show, based on the ground-breaking 1974 CBS sitcom, discusses how her upbringing and identity as an adopted Cuban child to Black parents on Chicago’s south side informs her creative decision-making and inspires the show’s loud animation style and edgy comedy.

Only if we Help Can They be Saved Headline News

Exclusive: Apple TV+ Shares ‘Jane - Shrunk Us Too Small’ Clip

By Dan Sarto | Wednesday, April 17, 2024 at 10:00am

Pint-sized Jane and Dave contend with some not-so-pint-sized ants in Season 2 of Emmy Award winner J.J. Johnson’s live-action/CGI animated hybrid series, inspired by the life and work of Dr. Jane Goodall, premiering globally on April 19.

We Finally Get Our Dunk and Egg Headline News

‘GoT’ Prequel ‘A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: The Hedge Knight’ Finds its Dunk and Egg

Peter Claffey to play the naïve but courageous Ser Duncan the Tall (Dunk), while Dexter Sol Ansell takes the role of his young, diminutive squire Aegon V Targaryen (Egg) in Max’s ‘Game of Thrones’ spinoff series.

Not the Imposter Headline News

‘Among Us’ Animated Series Expands Voice Cast

‘Infinity Train’ creator Owen Dennis and CBS Eye Animation Productions’ upcoming adaptation of the beloved multiplayer mystery game from Innersloth has added Patton Oswalt, Debra Wilson, Phil LaMarr, and Wayne Knight.

GoT To Be Kidding Headline News

Jon Snow ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel No Longer in Development

The series never gained traction after being shelved during the WGA strike, with actor Kit Harrington revealing, ‘it’s off the table,’ because the team, ‘couldn’t find the right story to tell.’

Not Onions! ANIMATIONWorld

‘The Tiny Chef Show’ Serves up a Second Season Helping of Plant-Based Fun

Creators Rachel Larsen and Ozlem ‘Ozi’ Akturk talk about their Emmy Award-winning stop-motion preschool series where their titular character cooks up delightful, herbivorous ‘weshipees’ and bite-sized meals alongside a lineup of top celebrity guest stars and his enthusiastic robot buddy, Olly; new Season 2 episodes now airing on Nickelodeon.

It’s Looking Like Fire Headline News

Showrunner Albert Kim Steps Down from ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

Christine Boylan and Jabbar Raisani will now executive producer the Netflix series through its second and third seasons, while Kim will remain as an executive producer.

Combining All the Elements VFXWorld

Mastering the Elements: Integrating Live-Action and CGI in ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’

VFX supervisor, director, and executive producer Jabbar Raisani led a monumental effort to deliver almost 3,400 visual effects shots on the live-action adaptation of Nickelodeon’s famed animated series, recreating the magical world of benders, who control the natural elements of fire, water, wind, and earth, and the mediator known as the Avatar.

Should You Stick With What You’re Good At? ANIMATIONWorld

‘Monsters at Work’ Season 2: A Jokester at an Existential Crossroads

The sophomore season finds Tylor Tuskmon at odds with his colleague Val, as his success in landing a laugh floor job means he must admit he’s no longer the ‘Scream King,’ until a company rival, Fear Co, tests his will with a new job offer; new episodes debut April 5 on Disney Channel, May 5 on Disney+.

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Netflix Acquires Streaming Rights for ‘The Boy and the Heron’

Streamer inks multiyear deal for rights to the Oscar-winning film, along with 22 other Studio Ghibli films, outside the U.S. and Japan, including Oscar-winning and -nominated films ‘Spirited Away,’ ‘Princess Mononoke,’ ‘Arrietty,’ ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service,’ ‘My Neighbor Totoro,’ and ‘The Tale of The Princess Kaguya.’

Sad Conclusion to The 5 Poisonings Problem Headline News

Xu Yao Sentenced to Death for 2020 Fatal Poisoning of ‘3 Body Problem’ Producer Lin Qi

The former Yoozoo Group senior executive also poisoned four other colleagues, including his replacement, although the other victims recovered.

Back to the Spider-Verse ANIMATIONWorld

‘The Spider Within: A Spider-Verse Story’ Allows New Talent to Shine

The creators of the new animated short, produced under the auspices of Sony Pictures Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks’ LENS training program, talk about their unusual collaboration and the intricacies of the Spider-Verse.

Back to the Spider-Verse Headline News

Sony Pictures Animation Releases ‘The Spider Within: A Spider-Verse Story’ Short

The studio teams with the Kevin Love Fund on the film, now part of a new ‘The Hero Within’ mental health-focused school lesson plan; produced within SPA and SPI’s LENS leadership and training program for underrepresented groups, the short follows Miles Morales as he struggles to balance his responsibilities as a teenager, friend, student, and superhero.

Not Onions! Headline News

Nickelodeon Serves Up ‘The Tiny Chef Show’ S2 Trailer

The Emmy Award-winning preschool series cooks up new episodes with Chef embarking on herbivorous adventures with a lineup of celebrity guests and his enthusiastic robot buddy, Ruby; coming April 8.

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