Nat Geo WILD calls on entertainment branding agency loyalkaspar to create a new network refresh and soup-to-nuts branding package, including comprehensive promo toolkits and print collateral templates, as well as a type identity and a variety of custom logo treatments.
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Sony Pictures Animation gives a sneak peek at the species of Food-imals which will be populating “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.”
9 Story Entertainment announced the sale of season one of animated children’s series “Wild Kratts” to Germany’s Super RTL.
Professional skateboarder and entrepreneur Rob Dyrdek brings a cartoon comedy, set against the exciting backdrop of the sport of skateboarding, to Nicktoons with the new series, Wild Grinders.
UK-based animations producer Aardman Digital (“Wallace and Gromit”) has launched a website for the new CBeebies wildlife-based TV series “Andy’s Wild Adventures.”
The Thornberry clan is back for more wild rides through jungles, rain forests, deserts and cities across the globe in The Wild Thornberrys: Season 2, Part 1!
Kratt Brothers Company and 9 Story Entertainment have received a second season order from PBS KIDS GO! in the U.S. and TVOntario in Canada for an addition 26 x 22’ episodes of the hit animated comedy adventure series Wild Kratts.
Professional skateboarder/entrepreneur Rob Dyrdek (star of MTV’s Rob & Big and Fantasy Factory) will bring the fun, fast-paced world of skateboarding to Nicktoons with an original, animated series, Wild Grinders, it was announced today by Keith Dawkins, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Nicktoons and TeenNick.
The Hollywood Reporter writes that with the departure of evp Jessica Goodman many of the reboots she had been working on have been reassigned to other execs.
Wild Bunch has obtained the theatrical and home entertainment rights to ASTERIX AND OBELIX: GOD SAVE BRITANNIA, reports Variety.
Universal has hired Robert Nelson Jacobs (THE WATER HORSE) to transform Cate Tiernan's YA book series SWEEP into a feature film, reports Variety.
Animals can take you anywhere in science! Creature adventurers Chris and Martin Kratt will take 6- to 8-year olds and their families along on extraordinary animal-powered adventures in WILD KRATTS, a new series premiering on PBS KIDS GO! January 3, 2011 (check local listings).
Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Corporation (Nasdaq:IMAX) (TSX: IMX) today announced that Where the Wild Things Are, directed by Spike Jonze (Adaptation, Being John Malkovich) and produced by Playtone (Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman), opened with strong box office results, generating approximately $3.1 million from 145 IMAX(R) theatres domestically during the opening weekend from Friday, October 16, 2009 through Sunday, October 18.
FlickerLab, LLC, the international content and technology company, will introduce the entertainment content market at MIPCOM to their newest animated series, a marquee property called The Wild Life.
KidsCo, the international children's channel owned by media companies NBC Universal, Cookie Jar Group and Corus Ent. has secured the broadcast rights to two animated series: DINOSQUAD and THE FUTURE IS WILD. The agreement will see these shows airing on KidsCo for the first time ever.
KidsCo's agreement with Cookie Jar for the broadcast rights to the action-adventure series DINOSQUAD, will see the channel airing the 26 x 22 minute series across all its global feeds on an exclusive basis (excluding Turkey, South Africa and Bulgaria).
Singapore and 3DX Film and Entertainment Technology Festival will play host to the first screening of the live action CALL OF THE WILD in 3-D, directed by Richard Gabai and starring Christopher Lloyd. The film is a modern-day story incorporating elements of Jack London's classic short novel. Lloyd and Gabai will attend the film's premiere at the 3DX Festival, November 19-23, in Singapore.
LOS ANGELES TIMES writer Patrick Goldstein's blog paints a troublesome picture for the upcoming big screen feature WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE from Warner Bros.
Dave Eggers' script, from the classic children's book by Maurice Sendak, received good early reviews. The $80-million film was filmed in 2006 in Australia, originally slated for an October 2008 release, pushed back to fall 2009 and has now disappeared off the schedule.
Richard Marlis, the former exec VP of Hollywood-based ka-chew/Klasky-Csupo, and Carmen Italia, an advertising and marketing exec and founder of Italia Partners, announced the opening of Wild Canary Media today, based in Burbank, California, USA.
Joining Marlis and Italia at Wild Canary are executive producer of animation Liz Seidman, directors Paul DeMeyer and Gary Johns and producer Chris Hutchison. Heading up the CG animation team are CGI supervisor Bryan Blevins and lead TD artist James Parks. Spearheading the broadcast entertainment business is Mark Pinsker.
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Lauren Ambrose (SIX FEET UNDER) has replaced Michelle Williams in Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. Ambrose will voice the creature named KW, who along with the other Wild Things turns an Earth boy into their king. According to sources, Warner Bros. and the crew were happy with Williams, but Jonze felt her voice didn't match his vision of what the creatures should sound like.
Discovery Kids has announced the upcoming launch of THE FUTURE IS WILD, a new animated series inspired by Animal Planet's CGI documentary specials of the same name. The cutting-edge show turns natural history on its head with scientifically valid predictions for new life forms that seem out of this world, but could really exist millions of years from now.