getting the rights to Garfield and being so proud of it is like saying getting the rights to another IP people barely remember or talk about it today like Felix the Cat, The Archies, or Gumby of all things. Like aside from ironic memes i haven't heard anyone talk about Garfield maybe since the Bill Murray movies in the 2000's
You know Nick hasn't had a Nicktoon that was traditionally animated in almost 5 years. Last one was Pig Goat Banana Cricket and since then their shows are either in Toon Boom or Flash. It's probably just the creators choice on what format they want it animated in. But this kind of bugs me
"I am writing to you today to share that, after much reflection, I've made the difficult decision to step away from Twentieth Century," she said in a note to staff.
another important exec who worked at FOX (now 20th Century Studios) has left. I really think Disney might be devolving 20CS into garbage remakes and generic big budget fare. If that's the case then mainstream hollywood live action movies are dead to me for a while
Yeah i am not going to support or watch any live action Disney film for about a couple of years maybe around 2022. The fact that the theatrical side is now just creatively bankrupt live action regurgitations and generic cgi special effects shlock and treat anything thats mid budget or original like black sheep i'll stop for now.
Opinion changed from The 7D. I didn't like it, because it's often more bland despite the animation and the writing as well. It's kinda more like Teen Titans Go! I don't even blame on Parry Gripp's music.