DreamWorks/Netflix: Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Teaser
The Annecy International Animated Film Festival reveals yet another announcement about an upcoming animated series, this time coming to Netflix, by way of DreamWorks TV.
Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts is set in a post apocalyptic world: larger than life animals populate vibrant, overgrown urban landscapes, in a beautiful and deadly world. Kipo is raised underground with the rest of the population, until she leaves to find the surface world, singing, playing guitar, fighting monsters and making friends along the way.
Fans of other Netflix animated series may recognize the voice of lead character Kipo, as she is voiced by Karen Fukuhara, the actress who plays Glimmer in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.
Radford Sechrist (How To Train Your Dragon 2) is the creator of Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts, and the show is executive produced by him and Bill Wolkoff (Once Upon A Time). The release date of the series has not been announced.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of Amphibia on June 17, Disney has been releasing character intro videos this week. Each one introduces us to key characters, while revealing tidbits of information about the world and series. In this video, Anne reveals she’s from “another world.”
Annecy Reveals Chip ‘n’ Dale Are Moving To The Big City
Calling it a reboot, Disney announced a brand new Chip ‘n’ Dale cartoon at their Disney Channel and Disney Plus animated series press conference at Annecy. The series will be exclusive to the Disney Plus streaming platform. The show is being developed in Europe, a collaboration between Disney’s London team, and French animation studio Xilam (Oggy and the Cockroaches, Mr. Magoo).
Disney announced 39 episodes with a seven minute run time. The series will shout out to the original characters with hand drawn animation and classic slap-stick, while putting them in a new urban locale.
Besides the look, new situation, and classic characters that we love, Disney had a lot to say about staying committed to animation as a cornerstone of their company. The future looks bright!
As seen at E3 2019, Adventure Time is coming to Brawlhalla as DLC, including Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum and more. The style of the game has even been made to match the look of Adventure Time, even more than it already does.
The game and DLC update are available now on Steam, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One on brawlhalla.com/play.
Floor Kids PS4 Trailer Sports A Rough 2D Animation Style
Playstation’s Youtube channel describes the game:
Floor Kids is a one-of-a-kind breakdancing game featuring a unique trick-style rhythm gameplay. Innovative controls allow you the freedom to play the way you like with a dynamic scoring system that rewards your moves based on musicality, originality, and style. Build up your crew of bboys and bgirls, unlock new venues as you traverse the city, busting hundreds of different moves and countless combinations on your journey from the corner to the club.
GIGANTIC – Ramsay Ramsay is sort of a troublemaker, ruffian, bad boy type who fights with a whipsword and eats poisonous fruit. He used to be best buds with Wu the martial arts frog, but their lives took different paths!
Gigantic finally released this month. I’m excited, but mostly relieved that it shipped. Sorry for the hiatus, my life has been all over the place.