Cinema news: Netflix X Gorillaz; Bob’s Burgers achieves MPAA rating


The Gorillaz have been teasing an animated film for quite some time now and now Damon Albarn has announced that pre-production is currently underway for Netflix.

In an interview with Damon Albarn for La Tercera, he revealed that an agreement had been made with Netflix Animation to produce an animated feature film about Gorillaz to be released after Season Two of Song Machine, describing the film as “an hour pure fiction with music. ” and noted that they were reviewing the first draft of the film’s script. In another interview with Albarn for Alt 105.3, he said contracts had been signed and they had started working on the script, also mentioning that the film was very risky as it was an expensive film with “a story. slightly obtuse that only sometimes makes sense. ”In a 2020 interview with Gorillaz-Unofficial, Hewlett spoke briefly (indirectly) about the film and said he had to continue Song Machine, and also mentioned that it was in the works. “For 3 years on and off,” describing it as “A bit of a deeper epic story with characters and music. Not just an album, but a bigger one.” He also hinted that the 2018 Maydeup Festival playlist and image may have hinted at something related to the film, but they weren’t ready to be revealed. In a 2021 interview with Albarn for Irish News, it was mentioned that the film will be around an hour and 20 minutes long and feature both old and new music from Gorillaz. In an interview with the BBC’s Albarn and Hewlett, it was mentioned that Plastic Beach could make an appearance in the film, but in a Reddit AMA with the couple, Hewlett clarified that the film was not a Plastic Beach film. . Hewlett also hinted that he wrote the screenplay for the film Gorillaz himself. On a November 8, 2020 episode of The Zane Lowe Show, Albarn mentioned that he was in Los Angeles for a writing session for the film in Malibu.

As you can see this Netflix movie has been touted for quite some time now, hopefully it will happen.

Courtesy of: FOX

The next Bob’s burgers The film was rated PG-13 for its coarse / suggestive material and language ahead of its Memorial Day 2022 arc.

The next American musical animated film based on the television series Bob’s burgers created by Loren Bouchard, who wrote, produced, will make his directorial debut on a project that will see the entire cast of the show make a return.

Plot details are sparse, but there have been reports of a subplot that will involve Louise and her night light Kuchi Kopi in her fantasy world, however, Loren Bouchard noted that the film will “scratch all the itches that fans of the series have never had “while attracting new audiences. Some of the production work was done remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions and will include final animation work from Tuck Tucker and Dale Baer, ​​both of whom have since died.


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