Sony Pictures Animation Divulged an Extended Slate: Latest ‘Backwoods’, ‘Hungry Ghosts’ Anthology, More – Annecy

Sony Pictures Animation divulged an extended slate Wednesday at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in Annecy, France.

Coming off the accomplishment of its Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the studio declared that China’s Tencent has boarded Jackie Chan’s Wish Dragon, and furthermore uncovered three undertakings being developed – a reconsidering of The Boondocks, awfulness arrangement Hungry Ghosts, in view of the Dark Horse Graphic Novel by the late Anthony Bourdain and Joel Rose, and satire Superbago, a collabortion with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios – alongside two new grown-up slanting vivified highlights from Genndy Tartakovsky.

The studio additionally declared a major global activity led by Oscar-winning maker Aron Warner (Shrek, The Book of Life). With the activity, Sony Animation will team up with storytellers from various nations around the globe to create and deliver a wide assortment of enlivened highlights for both neighborhood and worldwide discharge.

Warner is at present creating the activity’s first discharge, Wish Dragon, a story about the intensity of companionship set in cutting edge Shanghai. The movie, coordinated by Chris Appelhans (Coraline) and set to discharge in China in 2020, is a co-creation between Sony Pictures Animation, Beijing Sparkle Roll Media, Tencent and Base Media.

During the introduction, Sony Animation’s leader, Kristine Belson, shared selective visuals from the studio’s next real dramatic discharges, including The Angry Birds Movie 2 which discharges in the not so distant future, notwithstanding 2020’s The Mitchells versus The Machines, created by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, and Vivo, Sony Animation’s first-since forever melodic including unique tunes from Lin-Manuel Miranda – which has added Zootopia chief Rich Moore to the filmmaking group as a maker. The group likewise got an exceptional off camera take a gander at the creation of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, exhibited by head of generation Pam Marsden.

The following are definite takes a gander at the three elective shows being developed, Hungry Ghosts, Superbago and The Boondocks, and Tartakovsky’s highlights Black Knight and Fixed.

“Hungry Ghosts” depends on the Dark Horse Graphic Novel by the late Anthony Bourdain and Joel Rose. “Hungry Ghosts” will be a collection of alarming, amusing, bent, and culinary-propelled apparition stories. Every scene will run in tone and will appear to be totally unique from the last, exploiting different types of activity to best fit every story.

“Superbago,” a cooperation with Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, and recently created as an element film at Sony Animation, will be a half-hour parody that mixes Claymation and real to life, and pursues the experiences of two stupid energized legends going in an undeniable Winnebago around the genuine United States of America.

The arrival of “The Boondocks,” a co-creation with Sony Pictures Television, is a finished reconsidering of the dearest and uncontrollably defiant enlivened parody for this cutting edge time, and accounts the experiences of the Freeman family against the malicious neighborhood government despot Uncle Ruckus, who principles anecdotal Woodcrest County, Maryland with an iron clench hand.

Tartakovsky’s “Dark Knight” is a unique, activity experience epic that recounts to the account of an exceedingly gifted and steadfast knight who, in the wake of neglecting to secure his ruler, must change himself into the Black Knight to spare the kingdom.

“Fixed,” the studio’s first R-evaluated satire, coordinated by Tartakovsky is the account of a normal, all-around great canine who is infatuated with the show hound nearby, and what happens when he discovers that he will get fixed toward the beginning of the day. What does a pooch do with his last night out with his besties?

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Author: Sam Barnow

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