Posted on Friday, June 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Nimona‘s next grand adventure will take her to the big screen. Fox Animation has just scooped up the rights to Noelle Stevenson‘s award-winning, bestselling graphic novel, with Patrick Osborne (Feast) set to direct.
For those unfamiliar, the genre mashup series centers on the titular Nimona, a mischievous shapeshifter who serves as a sidekick to the not-so-evil supervillain Lord Ballister Blackheart. Learn everything there is to know about the Nimona movie after the jump. Read More »
Laika has produced three gorgeous stop-motion features so far: Coraline, ParaNorman, and The Boxtrolls. Now there’s a new one coming, as the fourth Laika movie has been announced as Kubo and the Two Strings. It’s an original story from Paranormal writers Marc Haimes and Chris Butler which the company describes as “a sweeping, swashbuckling adventure set in a mythical ancient Japan.”
As usual, the film is being animated at the company’s home base in Oregon, and is being directed by company founder Travis Knight, who is also producing with Arianne Sutner (ParaNorman). The film uses, as the press release calls it, Laika’s “innovative 3D stop-motion and CG hybrid technique.”
Get the full voice cast list and more info on Kubo and the Two Strings below. Read More »
The Teen Titans have been the stars of many comics stories and animated in a multiple TV series, but they’ve never made the leap to live-action. Akiva Goldsman was trying to make a movie at one point, but now he and TNT are near a pilot order for a show called simply Titans. The live-action Teen Titans series would probably be closer to the “New Titans” incarnation of the character set, with a 20-something Nightwing (formerly Batman’s sidekick Robin) leading a team of other heroes and former sidekicks. Read More »