Collaboration announced between Apple and Skydance Animation

Collaboration announced between Apple and Skydance Animation

Apple has entered into a multi-year partnership with Skydance Animation to produce “cinema-quality” animated series for the proprietary Apple TV + streaming service.

The agreement between the two companies, as reported by Variety, will include several cinema-quality animated projects: the first of these will be The Search for WondLa, an animated TV series based on Tony DiTerlizzi's fantasy-sci-fi book series. The showrunner will be Lauren Montgomery (already working on Voltron: Legendary Defender), with DiTerlizzi, Chad Quant and Gotham Group as executive producers.

Along with this serial project, Skydance Animation will collaborate with Apple on two feature films: the first will be Luck, which will be directed by Peggy Holmes (Secret of the Wings) and written by Kiel Murray (Cars 3) and will follow the adventures of Luck, the most unfortunate girl in the world who will be thrown. in battle in an invisible world of good and bad luck; the second, instead, is Spellbound, directed by Vicky Jenson (Shrek) and the screenplay by Lauren Hynek, Elizabeth Martin (The Christmas Ball) and Linda Woolverton (Maleficent), who will tell the story of a young protagonist who hopes to break up the spell that divides his magical kingdom.

Skydance Animation is managed by former Chief Creative Officer of Pixar Animation Studios John Lasseter and President Holly Edwards. Lasseter took a leave of Pixar in November 2017, only to officially quit the company in late 2018, with Up and Inside Out director Peter Docter taking over.

Apple TV + 's current animation offerings include Snoopy in Space, a series based on the Peanuts character who was nominated for the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Short-Format Children's Program in 2020, as well as the recent film premiered Wolfwalkers, the latest work by the Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon, nominated for the Best Animated Film category at this year's Golden Globe ceremony.

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