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Nickelodeon/Paramount Animation | 2020: SpongeBob: Amici In Fuga (Al Cinema) / Glitch Techs (Netflix) / Are You Afraid of the Dark? S.2 (Reboot)

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Nick./Paramount Movies
basati su serie Nickelodeon




The Rugrats Movie





Rugrats in Paris: The Movie





Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius





Hey Arnold!: The Movie





The Wild Thornberrys Movie





Rugrats Go Wild




1998
Directed by Igor Kovalyov





2000
Directed by Stig Bergqvist





2001
Directed by John A. Davis





2002
Directed by Tuck Tucker





2002
Directed by Cathy Malkasian





2003
Directed by Norton Virgien




The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie





Barnyard - Il cortile





L'ultimo dominatore dell'aria





SpongeBob - Fuori dall'acqua





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2004
Directed by Stephen Hillenburg





2006
Directed by Steve Oedekerk





2010
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan





2015
Directed by Paull Tibbit





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Nick./Paramount Original Movies



Good Burger





Clockstoppers





Mad Hot Ballroom





Super Nacho





Immagina che





Rango




1997
Directed by Brian Robbins





2002
Directed by Jonathan Frakes





2005
Directed by Marilyn Agrelo





2006
Directed by Jared Hess





2009
Directed by Karey Kirkpatrick





2011
Directed by Gore Verbinski



Nick./Paramount Adaptation Movies



Harriet the Spy





Lemony Snicket





i tuoi i miei e i nostri





la tela di carlotta





spiderwick - le cronache





la mia vita è un disastro




1996
Directed by Bronwen Hughes





2004
Directed by Brad Silberling





2005
Directed by Raja Gosnell





2006
Directed by Gary Winick





2008
Directed by Mark Waters





2008
Directed by Gurinder Chadha




Hotel Bau





Le avventure di Tintin - Il segreto dell'Unicorno





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Teenage mutant ninja turtles: out of the shadows





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2009
Directed by Thor Freudenthal





2011
Directed by Steven Spielberg





2014
Directed by Michael Bay





2016
Directed by Dave Green





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Sherlock Gnomes





Wonder Park





Rumble





Luck





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2018
Directed by John Stevenson





2019
Directed by Dylan Brown





2020
Directed by Marilyn Agrelo





2021
Directed by Jared Hess





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Primo Trailer per lo Spin-off di Loud House "Casagrande" in debutto il 14 Ottobre





Featurette per il film "Dora e la città perduta" (al Cinema)


 
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Nickloden Italia condivide il primo episodio della S.4 di Loud House




 
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Nickelodeon condivide l'Ep.1 di "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (Reboot)





e preview per l'Ep.2 in debutto oggi







Intervista allo scrittore della serie
BenDavid Grabinski




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what made you go for a 3-episode limited series instead of a full anthology series in the original’s style?

BenDavid Grabinski (scrittore):


I think it was important to take advantage of the upcoming Halloween season, to get something out there that audiences would love to see during this wonderful time of the year. Nickelodeon wanted a 3-episode series and so I suggested looking at the Midnight Society and having them be the story. This helped us dig into the characters’ emotions and to develop emotional arcs. I think that’s difficult to get when doing anthologies given the format.

I grew up with the show and always wanted someone to invite me into the Midnight Society. I wanted to know what it was like to be a part of it, be friends outside the campfire, interact with them.


Growing up to be a horror fan and having Afraid of the Dark play such a role in that helped me come up with a story that honored the original series but that could also do for new viewers what the original did for me. This new take is a love letter to the show and horror as a whole because of that. I really want people to fall in love with the Midnight Society. My hope was that my love of the original show would come through, so longtime fans knew the show came from good intentions, even if it wasn’t in anthology form.


I think less episodes means more focus on characters. You have to make every moment count and mean something. I also think leaving people hungry for more is better than having them feel like they have to power through several extra episodes a season to be done with a show. I know this is more personal preference, but there’s something to having a story give you enough and leave wanting more of it.


There are a lot of references throughout the first episode alone, from character last names belonging to famous horror directors to the actual name of the town. Was that something exclusively for older fans or did you think it could also serve to stoke curiosity with new audiences to go and look for any significance behind those names and places?


It’s actually multiple reasons. I wanted it to feel like a love letter to the horror genre. I mean, I would think being invested in a show about horror stories would bring together a great big group of horror nerds. I think our show is a gateway to horror if you’re just coming into it and are starting here, but I also wanted people who had years of horror movies in them to feel at home. I started watching more kid horror stuff growing up and then transitioned to more adult horror and, look, they’re not mutually exclusive.

We wanted a love of horror to serve as subtext. It felt right going that route, but we knew it had to be something that if you didn’t know the show had references you could still enjoy it. I knew I was correct in adding these references when I would talk to people on set who liked the story and what we were doing but didn’t know certain things were actually references. The fact name of the town is Argento doesn’t mean you have to know him or that it means anything. The name of the school, Herbert West Middle School, sounds like the name of a real middle school! All of this gives the show a kind of horror texture that has something for everyone.


what the limits are for YA audiences or if there should be any limits in the first place—there’s a dividing line for some as to what’s appropriate and what isn’t it. I’m thinking of the Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark movie and how it managed to keep things scary and even dangerous considering it’s all mostly happening to kids. What’s your take on what YA horror should be?


It’s something I had to think about but not from the perspective of what’s safe and what isn’t. It was more about keeping in mind the audience’s intended age and whether the message could resonate with them. I remember thinking of the time I watched Batman Returns as a kid. There was a lot of talk on what shouldn’t be put into a happy meal and if the movie was even appropriate for kids, and I think I was self-aware of that. For Afraid of the Dark, I think nihilism just isn’t always the best route. Don’t tell a kid, at a formative age, that the world is a terrible place and that the bad guys are going to win.

In our case we wanted the idea that good could triumph over evil and that the kids will make some deep connections with each other. Like in Poltergeist, where the family goes through some terrible things together but at the end you know they’re going to be okay. That was a big part why kids could watch the movie.


When you watch kids horror you get the part where the kids put the pieces of the puzzle together and stop evil from winning, mostly in some supernatural scenario. With adults you get the first two parts but in the last fifteen minutes of the film you see the bad elements aren’t entirely destroyed and, surprise, we’re all going to die. That’s the idea behind Final Destination, which made it hilarious to be honest, and with many of the other slasher movies out there. You can’t take that approach with ten-year-olds because you don’t want them to get jaded and think everything is screwed up.


Look, the easiest way to think about it is, if it happened in a Harry Potter movie then it’s okay. Really, those movies were a good barometer for how dark we could get for a long time. It helped give me peace of mind while working on Afraid of the Dark?


Was there anything you really didn’t want this Afraid of the Dark revival to be? Something you wanted to completely avoid?


This might sound contradictory, but I didn’t want to have the show be about horror stories told around a campfire just coming to life. I wanted there to be some elements of that, and once you see all three episodes I think it’ll be clear that that wasn’t the case. Having said that, I wanted the Midnight Society to deal with horror outside the campfire. I wanted them to navigate a world where horrible things could happen, but also that they could face it. I didn’t want it be, like, don’t tell a werewolf story because then there’ll be a werewolf in the hallways at school the next day. I think that would’ve ruined the Society’s dynamic and it was important to me not to break the world of Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Fonte: comicsbeat.com

Il produttore capo del Franchise di Star Trek rassicura che la serie animata in produzione per Nickelodeon non punterà ad un target infantile
prevista per il 2021



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Heather Kadin (produttore):


The reason we went to the Hagemans is because if you’ve seen their work, you know that they’re not writing Muppet Babies. It’s not ‘Little Spock and Little Kirk.’ It’s not playing down [to viewers] that way. Even [with] their characters in Ninjago — they are teenagers — I was able to watch that with my kids, and they write with a very epic quality. They tell stories the way we tell stories in live action: serialized, turning over cards. I think it will be a great way for fans to introduce the franchise to their kids, and for new fans to be formed because it’s such a big franchise, [it can be hard] to get into as a kid


Alex Kurtzman (scenggiatore):


The Hageman brothers are doing [an animated] show for Nickelodeon, and that will be entirely different from Lower Decks. I won’t announce the name of the Nickelodeon show, but that’s a really different show. That’s a show that’s for kids, younger. Full CG animation. It’s going to be incredibly cinematic. We just started seeing [storyboards] this week. It looks like, wow. It’s on par with Love, Death, and Robots in terms of beauty and lighting and cinema, so it’s a really different feel, and Nickelodeon has been wildly supportive, and I think very excited to bring a new energy to TV, you know, in animation.
Fonte: sciencefiction.comsciencefiction.com

adesso si spiega perchè le tartarughe ninja guardavano sempre Star Trek :asd:





I creatori dello spin-off di Loud House
"Casagrande" ci parlano della serie




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Mike Rubiner (produttore esecutivo):


From their debut in the Loud House episode "Relative Chaos", we really liked the characters a lot, and we just thought "Well, maybe there’s a series here".

The idea of featuring a Latinx family gave us a lot of new territory to explore, noting that moving the characters from the rural setting of The Loud House into a big city, and adding a large, multi-generational family, reflected the lives of the Latinx community in a way that would be relatable.


It just gave us all these new places to go, What is it like living in the city? What is it like being part of a big, multi-generational family living in this building together? And what can we explore and portray about Mexican-American and Latinx culture? I think a lot of cultures in this country can relate to that kind of family situation. We wanted The Casagrandes to be relatable to kids, grounded in real stories about real families. But we also knew that we really wanted it to accurately reflect Mexican-American culture, so we really kept an eye on both of those things as we developed the show.


Lalo Alcaraz (consulente culturale anche in Coco della Pixar e fumettista di "La Cucaracha"):


I been waiting for a show like The Casagrandes since television was invented.
It’s hugely important because I remember growing up and not seeing any brown people on TV. But we’ve been inching forward.

I did not think I was ever going to see this many shows that have Latino characters, It’s just a handful, but that’s a huge shift from zero, you know? And then, when they’re done right, it’s just the world. I mean, look at Coco. We did that right, and people responded to it because everything was true, authentic, honest



Miguel Gonzalez (direttore artistico):


The Loud House uses a lot of browns and earth tones inspired by mid-century Sunday comics, but with the world of The Casagrande we wanted to be a little bit more bold and vivid with the color scheme, we took ispiration from the colorful Mexican culture like papel picado garlands of cut paper, luchador masks and the vibrant sugar skulls of Día de los Muertos, we just wanted to incorporate as much of that as possible into our world.

but was also important to be consistent with the visual style of The Loud House, because we knew Lincoln was going to appear in some of the episodes, so we couldn’t go too far from that world, because it would just look too weird to have him come into this world and be in a totally different style.


It’s not every day that you get to draw characters that look like you, I don’t think people realize how important that is to kids, you know? Like, there’s someone that looks like you on TV and that’s cool. Not every culture can relate to that, but the little kids I talk to who are Mexican American, they just can’t wait to see the show, because the characters look like them.
Fonte: animationmagazine.net


 
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Il Destino delle Tartarughe Ninja - Stagione 1
Reboot del 2018 della famosa serie



diretta da Andy Suriano e Ant Ward


Distributore: NBCUniversal

Dischi (DVD): 1 (11 Ep.)
Lingua: ITA(Sub/Dub), ENG(Sub/Dub)
Prezzo: €9.99
Link: amazon.it




 
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 Trailer per il 3° film di SpongeBob "Amici In Fuga" (Al Cinema a Maggio 2020)



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Dora e La Città Perduta (Blu-Ray Disc)




anche in formato:
DVD

Contenuti Speciali:


  • Scene eliminate e versioni estese (13 min. in totale) - uno sguardo più profondo nella giungla con scene non mostrate al cinema
  • Bloopers (2 min. in totale) - Serie di esileranti bloopers e disavventure sul set
  • Tutto su Dora (9 min. in totale) - Uno sguardo alla trasformazione di Isabela Moner in Dora
  • Sai dire: "Pelicula"? (5 min. in totale) - uno sguardo alle scene sott'acqua e sabbie mobili e stunts
  • Dora tra i fiori (4 min.) - approfondimento sulla sequenza animata e gli omaggi alla serie animata
  • La Casa nella Giungla di Dora (4 min.) - Un tour nei dietro le quinte dei set: casa nella giungla, museo e laboratorio


Spot-TV per SpongeBob: Amici In Fuga (Al Cinema a Maggio 2020)










La serie animata di Star Trek ha un nome "Star Trek Prodigy"
curata da Dan & Kevin Hageman prevista per il 2021​



 
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Oceans Day Spot per SpongeBob: Amici In Fuga (Al Cinema a Settembre)


 
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di fatto con niente a che vedere la serie in produzione da nickelodeon ma riporto :unsisi:

Trailer per Star Trek: Lower Decks dal 6 Agosto su CBS All Access



 
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ViacomCBS concede i diritti di distribuzione internazionali di "SpongeBob: Amici In Fuga" a Netflix

cancellata l'uscita al cinema, in VOD ad inizio 2021



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Glitch Techs rinnovato per una Seconda stagione (dal 17 Agosto su Netflix)



benissimo :gab:  vabbè che è il solito caso di season smezzata come per She-ra, ma non ci speravo quasi più, serie stra simpatica e stupendamente animata, i migliori episodi a mani bassissime quello castelvanico, e quello dedicato ai pet :unsisi:

 
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 Rilasciata su Netflix la S.2 di Glitch Techs (10 Ep.)
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e niente mi sono finito un tre giorni tutti e dieci i nuovi episodi di Glitch Tech :asd:  son volati non ci credevo che quello sul robot fosse l'ultimo :sadfrog:  mi sembra non modo di finire su una nota un pò bassa (la cosa più memorabile era che una delle forme robotiche era un tachikoma di GitS :asd: ), con un altro mini-teaser, alla vera ciccia che la serie sembra avere in serbo, comunque stra soddifatto, mi piace come hanno dosato Mitch dandogli un pò di profondità senza trasformarlo in una mozzarella (spero comunque che si arrivi a svelare il passaggio di carattere da quando era uno streamer perchè il semplice fatto che è entrato nella Hinobi mi sembra troppo poco), da fan di Game Theory piaciuto tantissimo l'episodio a tema Fnaf :asd:  devo essere sincero per una serie così a tema videogiochi non ce ne sono poi tanti di episodi che in realtà si affidano così tanto ad omaggiare, la serie va più che altro per i fatti suoi simil acchiappa fantasmi, relegando i videogame solo ad alcuni attitudini/stereotipi o gag, e sinceramente è una buona cosa che non fa scadere dal punto di vista creativo, però ci sono appunto solo questi due episodi ossia quello castelvanico della scorsa stagione e Fnaf che prendono proprio a piene mani e sono un assoluta delizia :asd:  ottime scelte che hanno abbastanza ciccia e spunti per basarci un intero episodio, con fnaf poi hanno proprio catturato l'ossessione di svelare il mistero :asd:

però non è possibile 20 episodi e stiamo ancora qui senza un villan ed una narrativa priva di direzione (o almeno alternare la struttura episodica), contavo proprio sul fatto di qualche Glitch senziente ed in questa stagione hanno tirato più di un osso a tale teoria, l'episodio con le copie (molto alien reference) e quello del gioco da tavolo (che poi è un compilation episode l'unico che onestamente ho sofferto un pò), pensavo che Ridley avrebbe rubato più la scena ma meglio così anche lei lasciata per cose a venire

spero davvero che venga rinnovata, essenzialmente questa seconda manciata di episodi era già pronta quindi è ancora tutto da vedere 

 
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