And Cartoon Network Studios. Here are the details of the deal that has just been signed by Genndy Tartakovsky.
Gendy Tartakovskycreator and producer of cartoons whose names we remember on a long list like The Powerpuff Girls Where Dexter’s Laboratory, has just signed an exclusive contract with Warner. It concerns the Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios with whom Tartakovsky worked for a long time, before signing with Sony Picture Animation for which he had directed the saga Hotel Transylvania. He assures : ” The years I have spent at the CNS, since their creation, have been the most creative and fulfilling of my career. I’m back to continue this incredible relationship in collaboration with Warner Bros. Animation, home of all that pushed me to become an animator in the beginning. I look forward to seeing the results ! »
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With this new agreement, the father of Samurai Jack will have to develop, create and produce original content for the WBA and the CNS for various audiences but also for different platforms. As specified cartoon brewthis deal would give “ maximum freedom to develop original content but also full access to the different characters from each studio’s franchises “. Sat Registerthe president of the CNS and the WBA declared: Genndy is a true visionary who embodies the spirit of Cartoon Network. He’s always pushed the boundaries of storytelling and animation and we’re thrilled to have a front-row seat here and now at Warner Bros. Animation “.
The director of Star Wars: Clone Wars, series for which he won an Emmy Award, currently working on a new project: unicorn; Warriors Eternal. Presented at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival, this new series will be broadcast on HBO and Cartoon Network. It is inspired by tales and traditions from around the world, following a team of mythical teenage heroes, who work together to fight the forces of evil.
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