According to the streamer, the acquisition of the Australian indie studio “will support Netflix’s ambitious animated film slate.”
It’s one of four upcoming animated and hybrid features being developed as part of a partnership between Imagine Entertainment and Animal Logic.
Each Lego film from Warner Animation Group has grossed less than the previous one. Will “Lego Movie 2” reverse the trend?
Eyeing big profits, another live-action production company joins the animation fray.
Mark Osborne, director of “The Little Prince” and “Kung Fu Panda,” is now attached to comic book adaptation “Bone.”
Animal Logic is set to produce five LEGO-related movies over the next few years.
The studio behind “The Lego Movie” is growing in a big way.