Development, Animation

In the United States, animation still has the reputation of being largely for children. But an entire medium of artistic expression shouldn’t be relegated to one demographic, and Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are trying to help make that clear to audiences. The duo, who co-wrote and produced 2016’s outrageous animated feature Sausage Party, is getting back into animation by producing Bubble, an animated film based on the podcast of the same name.

In the United States, animation still has the reputation of being largely for children. But an entire medium of artistic expression shouldn’t be relegated to one demographic, and Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are trying to help make that clear to audiences. The duo, who co-wrote and produced 2016’s outrageous animated feature Sausage Party, is getting back into animation by producing Bubble, an animated film based on the podcast of the same name.

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Review: Trolls World Tour

JoBlo - Fri, 2020-04-10 08:07

Review: Trolls World Tour PLOT: When Poppy and Branch discover that there are different types of Trolls living in the world, they go on a mission to unite them with their love of music. Unfortunately for them, the rocker Trolls don't want to share their music. Instead, they want to take over and make all living Trolls slaves to Heavy Metal! ROCK n TROLL! REVIEW: When the big screen adventures of TROLLS… Read More...

‘LEGO Movie 2’ Fails to Stack Up The LEGO Movie franchise is falling apart. Since the debut of The LEGO Movie exactly five years ago, the series of animated features based on the iconic toy bricks has seen diminishing returns at the box office. While The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part opened better than The LEGO Ninjago Movie, the new installment came up remarkably short considering it’s a direct sequel to the very successful original. Has the novelty worn off?

‘LEGO Movie 2’ Fails to Stack Up The LEGO Movie franchise is falling apart. Since the debut of The LEGO Movie exactly five years ago, the series of animated features based on the iconic toy bricks has seen diminishing returns at the box office. While The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part opened better than The LEGO Ninjago Movie, the new installment came up remarkably short considering it’s a direct sequel to the very successful original. Has the novelty worn off?

Weekend Box Office: Everything Is Decidedly Not Awesome For ‘The Lego Movie 2’ Warner Brothers All the right conditions existed this weekend for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part to be a huge hit. Critics loved it (84 percent on Rotten Tomatoes), and so have audiences (A- Cinemascore). Moviegoers have been starved for a big new release since the holidays; the last two weekends haven’t even seen a major release; and there hasn’t been a major film directed at families with kids since Mary Poppins over the holidays.

The setting of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part is a drastic departure from the sunny metropolis of the first hit film. The beloved Bricksburg has been transformed into post-apocalyptic wasteland named Apocalypseburg, and Emmet, Lucy, Batman, and co. must survive the barren Mad Max-inspired environment.

‘The LEGO Movie 2’ Almost Took Place at a LEGO Convention The setting of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part is a drastic departure from the sunny metropolis of the first hit film. The beloved Bricksburg has been transformed into post-apocalyptic wasteland named Apocalypseburg, and Emmet, Lucy, Batman, and co. must survive the barren Mad Max-inspired environment.

‘The Lego Movie 2’ Cant Capture The Surprising Magic Of The First Movie Warner Bros. Remember way back when the original The Lego Movie was announced? People were skeptical! Phil Lord and Chris Miller did had some goodwill built up between Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street, but, mostly, people just assumed there’s no possible way a movie about LEGOs could be good. Looking back, The Lego Movie just may have been a miracle – the perfect storm of everything and everyone coming together at the right time to make something glorious. I adore that movie. Now, it kind of feels like something that just can’t be recreated.

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