Tuesday, 12 December 2017

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Sunday, 10 December 2017


Star Wars is what we will be discussing taking you all down your memory lane.

The third week of December is fast approaching, and for science fiction film enthusiasts, that mean the end of a two-year wait for The Last Jedi.

If the name doesn’t ring a bell, here’s a little bit of background.

The Last Jedi is the eighth instalment in the Star Wars film series, an epic space opera that began with 1977’s Star Wars (which was later renamed as Episode IV: A New Hope).

The series is both commercially and critically acclaimed, with all seven films having been nominated for Academy Awards, and the series as a whole being among the highest-grossing of all time.

A worldwide popular culture phenomenon, the series is augmented by numerous forms of media, including a planned spin-off anthology series.

The first of this series, Rogue One, was released last year, and occurs chronologically before the very first film in the series.

The release of Rogue One was preceded by the ‘GoRogue’Campaign, which invited fans from all over the world to create their own short films or skits based on the franchise, using Star Wars toys and merchandise.

The Campaign featured a four-part fan-made series called ‘Go Rogue’, along with a contest for fans around the world.

Commandeered by a group of ‘rebel super-fans’, theGo Rogue series describes the story of JynErso, the protagonist of Rogue One, and her group of rebels as they attempt to steal the Galactic Empire’s plans for the superweapon they are building.

The GoRogue chapter  made in stop motion animation, using the line of toys released in anticipation of Rogue One.

Some additional visual effects were provided by Hasbro’s Star Wars StudioFX application.

Along with the animated series, the#GoRogue Contest was launched as a showcase of Star Wars fans’ creativity, where theyshared their ‘Rogue Stories’ set in a galaxy far, far away.

While most entries were animated, there were some live-action short films going head to head with animation in the contest.

Seven of these ‘rebels’ were ultimately chosen as winners, with the prize being a chance to attend a special pre-release screening of Rogue One and tour the Rancho Obi-Wan (which boasts the world’s largest collection of Star Wars memorabilia).

Despite the thematic range of presentation, the uniting (and, one may even say, deciding) factors in the winning films were an impeccable quality of production, strong scriptwriting and unique visual storyboarding, compelling character development, and overall entertainment.

Humour plays a major role in the original films, and those that managed to capture that underlying thread of fun made the cut in the competition.

Without further ado, let us proceed to a brief analysis of the winning entries.

What Will You Become?

The winner in the US/Canada region Adult category was Joel E. from Oregon, USA.

A brilliant animated short, the film features LEGO versions of the Rogue One characters discussing future plans immediately after the events of the film.

Made in stop motion animation and featuring clever references from the series and modern culture like the accompanying series, it makes for an engaging watch.

One Force

Ian M. from Indiana, USA submitted the winning entry in the children’s category from the US/Canada region.

A stop motion animation featuring the Rogue One character toys, the film is a touching narrative of an incident which teaches Cassian’s reprogrammed Imperial droid how five can be ‘one’.

At a meeting of Jyn and her rebels, it is pointed out that to win against the Empire; they will have to become one.

The droid is unable to comprehend how five people canbecome one when they are attacked by Stormtroopers.

The group defeats the soldiers by working in unity, and the droid realizes that all of them will have to work as one unit, The Rogue One.


This entry by Luke H. from Ontario, Canada was selected in the Teen category from the US/Canada region.

It focuses on Director Krennic, who is the military leader of the Galactic Empire.

His Stormtrooper guards are unable to carry out simple jobs properly, and he requests new and better ones from Darth Vader, who gives him ‘Death Troopers’.

The short film is unique as it combines clay models of the characters (Krennic, the escaped Wookie) and the set with toys (the Troopers, Darth Vader) for a uniquely stylized stop motion effect combining classic and contemporary techniques.

The Last Transmission

Made by Tan Gin K. from Malaysia, this short film was selected from among the entries from Southeast Asia.

It is a live-action sequence depicting the sending of the last transmission, to find Jyn Erso.

A group of rebels are trying to escapefrom the Empire troops, but their luck is running out as they are killed one by one.

As the last rebel dies, the transmission goes out, keeping the rebel dream alive.

Timmy: UnaHistoriade Star Wars(Timmy: A History of Star Wars)

This entry by Jose C. was selected from Mexico.Blending live action with stop motion, the film depicts a toddler playing with the Star Wars toys.

Playacting the scenarios of Jyn’s attempt to thwart the Empire from gaining the plans and parts needed to build their superweapon.

At the end, the toddler puts the toys away, effectively ending the imaginary events.

A Droid’s Legacy

This entry from Germany is by Bernd P. A live action short film, it features the iconic C-3PO and R2-D2.

After their pod crashes in a desert, C3PO dismisses R2 as being unnecessary, the twogo their separate ways.R2.

While exploring and discovers a defective K-2SO droid carrying a data stick with plans for the Empire’s superweapon.

However, R2 is shortly discovered by a Jawa, tying up with the events of A New Hope.

Naming Convention

Selected from the Australia/New Zealand zone, this short film was made by Doug T. A stop motion animation made using Star Wars LEGO characters.

The film focuses on a conversation between Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine of the Galactic Empire, who is trying to come up with a name for his new weapon.

After numerous (and hilarious) suggestions that are met with silence from a stoic Darth Vader, Palpatine arrives at the iconic name ‘Death Star‘.

The Star Wars franchise has a huge and dedicated following around the world.

They also organise events every year such as the Star Wars Celebration or the Go Rogue Campaign to keep the spirit alive.

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Thursday, 7 December 2017


Lets explore top 10 cartoon or Animation Channels in India in our today’s blog .

Let’s go down memory lane and explore Cartoon channels .

When we were a child we all would like to watch cartoons every time.

From Shinchan to Doreamon, from Tom and Jerry to Popeye we have watched everything thing.

We also remember each and every Cartoon channels.

So like this only we are going to discuss about top 10 Animation Cartoon channels in India.


Well we all know about Cartoon Network (CN).

It is a leading Animation channel in media and entertainment industry today, since it was formed i.e., on 1st May, 1995.

All the cartoons aired on this channel are mainly 2D animation.

In its early years it only aired Hanna-Barbera cartoons like “The Flintstones and Scooby Doo”.

Then it started to air “The Looney Toons” and “Tom and Jerry series”.

Finally in early 21st century it started to air originals like “The Power Puff Girls” and “Johnny Bravo”.

By 2010 TV series like “Ben 10”, “Pokémon” and “Beyblade” were a sensation among kids.

They mostly acquired top 2 positions in kid’s genre.


Well acquiring second position in today’s list is Disney Channel (INDIA).

This famous  Disney animation channel is owned by the Indian division of The Walt Disney Company.

The Walt Disney is popular for all its classic Fairy Tales and Mickey Mouse.

The channel was launched on 17th December, 2004.

This channel aired originals imported from US like “Hannah Montana”, “Wizards of Waverly Place” and “Phineas and Ferb”, etc.

All this shows were very popular specially Hannah Montana among girls.

By 2006 it started to air shows made in India. Like the shows “Vicky Aur Vetal” and “Kya Mast Hai Life” were shown.

By 2011 shows made from original adaptations were made. Like this Disney has acquired 2nd position.


Well in third position comes Hungama TV.

Hungama TV was launched on 26th September, 2004.

Originally Hungama was owned by UTV Software Communications.

But in 2006 Hungama was sold to Disney.

It is still owned by Disney along with UTV Software Communications (bought by Disney in 2011).

Hungama used to launch Japanese Anime Shows till 2013.

After 2013 it started to air shows made in India as part of localization strategy.

Shows aired on Hungama include Shin Chan”, “BoBoiboy”, “Perman” and “Doreamon”.


In fourth position we have Nickelodeon (Nick). Nickelodeon was launched on1st December, 1977.

It is owned by Viacom through Viacom Media Networks.

Nick mainly targets Children and Adolescents from age of 6 to 11 years, while during they target younger children of age 2-5 years.

Nick is famous for its show like “SpongeBob Square Pants”, “Power Rangers (All seasons)”, “Dora the Explorer” and “Motu Patlu” (a 3D animated series).

Since the late 2000s Nicktoons (a part of Nick) struck a deal with DreamWorks Animation to air 3D animated TV series of the studios movies like Winx Club and Penguins of Madagascar.

5.POGO :

In position 5 we have POGO.

Pogo channel was launched on 1st January, 2004.

It was created by Turner Broadcasting and is a unit of Time Warner for India.

Pogo has an original show, The Music, Art and Dance show, M.A.D. produced by Turner.

The show is very popular in India DIY (do it yourself) shows.

Along with this many other popular shows were “Mr. Bean: The Animated Series”, “Chota Bheem “, and “My Little Pony” along with “Barbie”.

Due to all these shows Pogo has acquired 5th position.


In sixth place we have Discovery Kids. Discovery Kids was launched on 7th August, 2012 by Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific.

This channel consists of high quality with numerous genres like mythology, adventure etc.

Discovery Kids aimed population of 370 million of age group 4-9 years.

When it started it aired only 8 shows which included “Kim”, “Sally Bollywood”, “Howzzattt” and “Wild Kratts“.

They also aired show called “Wild Tales” for babies which helped them to learn about baby animals.


Disney XD acquires 7th place in our list. Disney XD was launched on 14th November, 2009 to replace ‘Toon Disney’ (a part of Disney Channel).

This Channel has main target towards teenagers of age group 11-16.

The channel has become so popular due to the shows.

Like in originals they show “Kick Buttowski”, “The Lego” and “Two More Eggs”.

From Marvel universe they show animated series of “Marvel’s Spider Man”, “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” and Guardians of the Galaxy”.

Along with these shows they also do special screening of animated movies like “Aladdin” and “Big Hero 6”.

Due to all these popular shows and movies children watch this channel.


Well among all international channels in 8th place we have ZeeQ.

ZeeQ was launched in 5th November, 2012. The channel is owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises and targeted children of ages 4-14.

ZeeQ is mainly a channel that helps a child to learn something new.


In 9th place we have another channel from nick.

Sonic was launched on 20th December, 2011 and is owned by Viacom 18.

At starting the channel mainly focused on action cartoons like “Kung Fu Panda”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Power Rangers”.

But after rebranding it mainly focuses on comedy.

Now the shows aired are “Oggy and the Cockroaches”, “Shiva”, and “Power Rangers”.


Last but not least 10th position is acquired by Animax.

Animax is a Japanese anime satellite television network, dedicated to broadcasting anime programming.

Animax was established on 20th May, 1998 by Sony, is the first and largest 24-hour network in the world dedicated to Anime.

This channel aired shows like “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex” and the 2010 anime adaptation of “Marvel’s Iron Man by Madhouse Studios”.

Due to its dedication in anime series it is one and only channel to come in top 10 list.

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That’s all folks for today.

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Wednesday, 6 December 2017

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Tuesday, 5 December 2017


Today we will highlight the world of vfx where you can see and feel its presence while viewing some popular advertisement in television.

VFX revolutionized the Cinema and Television industry.

The importance of visual effects in Advertising is gaining dominance day by day.

Your darling puppy ran away from you. How will you find him?

Or, you want to sell your old stuffs, rent your apartment, add staff to your business or improve the reach of your business.

What is one thing that facilitates all of this?

The one thing that has been around since ancient civilizations- “Advertising”.

Whoever and wherever you are, almost all human beings have made use of advertisements one way or the other.

Human beings wouldn’t have been here without advertising.

Today we see advertisements of different magnitudes and enormity.

Some of them have left us amazed, others have made us laugh and some others got us thinking.

As technology improved and became accessible, creative brains made the best use of it and astonished the world.

In 2011 MarketTools, an online market research company, worked with GenArts, a visual effect developing company, to determine the impact of visual effects on audience engagement using a national footwear company’s video promotion for a new footwear model.

The video with VFX outperformed the other as 90% of people preferred the video with visual effects.

VFX has developed slowly and steadily towards the advertisement sector in India as well.

It enables in creating innovative advertisements.

VFX is today helping the brands to create ads on a grandeur scale to break the monotony among the clutter of ads in digital space as well on TV.

This has no doubt increased the visual appeal as well as retention power of the ad films.

We will take a look at some of the VFX heavy ads shot within few years in India.

Remember the Lava mobile ad by Mahendra Singh Dhoni as he has become the Brand Ambassador of Lava Mobiles. Where we see him walking from one building to other holding his phone in hand . Do you think that is what he has done actually?

No not at all anyone will risk his life like that if it would have been a live shoot. Here comes the role of VFX which has been extensively used in creating the ad.

Just check it out.

Here is the reality.

Ching’s secret an Indian brand of Chinese cuisine ingredients made a TV commercial “Ranveer Ching returns” in 2016.

The ad was claimed to be the most expensive ad film ever made with an advertising budget of  INR 750 million, similar to that of a mid size Hindi film.

The ad was directed by renowned filmmaker Rohit Shetty and showed a dystopian future where the lead actor rides a chariot into an arena to combat hunger and save the people from starvation.

Supported by YRF the 5 minute ad registered more than 6 million views on YouTube alone upon its release.

NY VFXWAALA was responsible for creating the dystopian city.

The dystopian city was created by NY VFXWAALA, a division of Ajay Devgn Films.

Remember the cute babies dance?

It always turns out to be cute where babies are involved in any commercial.

This Kit Kat ad involves babies in a hospital ward playing with their toys and dancing to the doctor at the sight of a Kit Kat chocolate, similar to the MTS India ad.

The brand delivered its message that the chocolate is refreshing.

In 2015, Ambuja cement started an ad campaign featuring The Great Khali, a popular wrestler.

The TV commercial shows the difficulties faced by the wrestler due to size and strength while he tries to live a normal life in a house.

In the end, Ambuja cement provides him with a strong home for his comfort.

The ad used VFX extensively which was done by Metropolitana a VFX studio based in Spain.

Where Khali falls down, breaks the wall, then only VFX shots have been taken.

It was an innovative ad that became successful due to the VFX shots.

Thums Up has unveiled a new television campaign that sees brand ambassador indulging in the extreme sport all for his bottle of Thums Up.

Parkour, which means ‘Art of moving’, is an extreme sport popularized by the French, where VFX has been used to a great extent to create the effect and visual pleasure for audience.

Few years back down our memory lane we will get some more interesting use of VFX in one of the commercials.

Jet Jumbo Coil Ad has used VFX to certain extent.

It is Directed by  Latha Menon, Produced by Iris Films, Camera is by Thiru, Music by Anandh R , and VFX by Sabu (Prime Focus).

The coil coming at the end of ad is been created with vfx where we can see a yellow fire line around the coil.

Panasonic ‘Smart TV’ campaign – PANASONIC TV created waves using smart VFX work too.

The popular Panasonic commercial showcases the benefits of Panasonic’s smart TV offerings and stars Ranbir Kapoor , harping on the product’s enhanced picture as well as sound quality.

One of the biggest challenges was to build the entire world setup surrounding Ranbir in an authentic and believable manner.

The commercial demanded a huge amount of VFX shots which were seamlessly weaved into the entire narrative.

When penguins ‘Shake a Leg’ for the 7UP ‘I Feel Up’ campaign- is worth another milestone in visual effect.

This popular commercial brought the I Feel Up philosophy to the masses, starring Sharman Joshi dancing off with a penguin.

Brand philosophy and overall messaging was brought to life by VFX only.

The Happydent ‘Palace’ campaign:- Where a chewing gum lit’s up an entire palace – This was a concept which was proficiently delivered using ground-breaking special effects and animation.

This ad showed that men are illuminating an entire palace by chewing Happydent gum, instead of bulbs, resulting in sparkling teeth.

With newer innovations such as augmented reality and virtual reality enriches the advertising sector day by day.

It is only a matter of time before these visionaries start to take advantage of these technologies to tell their brand stories in new ways.

Making use of  some animation techniques and VFX to its maximum potential – these are a few examples of ads we get see in Indian television.

For making advertisements better and more viable – they are ready to accept new technologies, thus, creating job opportunities for animators and visual effects artists.

Traditional outlook Combined with new concepts has changed the way the Indian industry would operate.

It has opened up new avenues.

The creative heads will continue to explore these to come up with better commercials and expand the industry further.

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Sunday, 3 December 2017


Animation and VFX has become an integral part of our hindi tele-serials

Today we are going to explore one of such  wonder techniques  used in Tele Serial NAGIN.

Nagin is a supernatural series made by one and only EKTA KAPOOR.

The plot of the tele serial Nagin is that two siblings ( Shivanya and her cousin Shesha), who are shape-shifting serpents tries to avenge death of Shivanya’s parents.

Her parents were murdered by five people in order to obtain a precious gem “NAAGMANI”.

Well as a supernatural and fantasy series it was necessary to use special effects. Special effects are those that help us to do something that is impossible in real life.

The effects in Naagin were done in The Pixellence Studio, founded by Harsh Vardhan, Dimple and Darshan Dugar.

The main task for them was to bring the shows vfx close to the Hollywood’s standard.

Dimple Dugar stated that matching Hollywood’s standard in India was all about skillfully combining emotions with technology.

Which they were able to achieve in look and feel wise.

The tele serial has many amazing vfx.

From morphing into cobra to snake scales on skin, from tree to temple loads of animation and vfx can be seen in Naagin.

Well let’s start from the technique of morphing.

Morphing is a special effects/technique used in motion pictures and animation that helps to change a image/shape into another through seamless transition.

In past when technology was not so advanced morphing was by stop motion.

But now, loads of software has been developed which helps us to do proper morphing.

Animation KolkataIn Nagin we can see the use of morphing as Shivanya and Shesha morph into serpents and vice versa.

To show the morphing Digital Animation along with Matte Paintings and Live-Action Effects were used.

These were also used to create the 3D Cobra.

These techniques were also used to create fireflies, skin textures and various other stimulating visual effects such as eye color changing, set extensions, cobra tongue etc.

Another technique used is Chroma keying.

Chroma key compositing, or chroma keying, is a visual effects / post-production technique for compositing (layering) two images or video streams together based on color hues (chroma range).

This technique allows us to insert one image/video into another.

This is mostly used to change the background or to add something that is animated.

Like in Naagin chroma is used for both things.

For changing of background and to add animated objects like the serpents.

Apart From these two techniques, other technique used is that of animation.

Animation was used in making creatures like the snake, eagle and other objects like the temple.

The temple where the shooting took place was small.

Therefore it had to be animated.

Therefore animators had to create a 3D temple.

The main difficulty was that the design of both the original and animated one had to match.

But that was overcome and the team was successful to create the temple.

Apart from these vfx was also used for effects of smoke, skin changing into scales, change of eye colour and making fire and storm.

Due to such grand success and fine use of animation and vfx in Naagin, another season was released in 2016.

With a new season there were other and more advanced techniques used.In this season this season there are some new features.

Like colourful snakes have been added , there are 2 new creatures i.e. a mongoose and a peacock.

To create these new creatures more vfx and animation had to be used as they are a lot complicated than a snake.

This was also achieved with the help of Matte Paintings and 3D animation.In  season 2 vfx has been used to show Shivanya suspended in air.

The vfx used in Naagin is so dynamic, due to which the most viewed episodes in China are the first four episodes of the second season of Naagin, which have gained about 1,80,000 views as of May 1 2016.

Due to such high demand of Nagin after use of vfx season 3 will be launched in 2018.

With the use of vfx in Nagin many other Tele series has started to use Vfx.

In today’s date we can see the use of vfx in almost all TV series.

Like those used in DKDM (Devo Ke Dev Mahadev), Mahabharat, Ramayan, Naag-arjun and many more.

The use of vfx in all these tele series is similar yet advanced. Like in DKDM we see snow mountains, Peacocks, Mice and many other creatures and places.

We also see Lord Ganesha (A Human with Elephant’s Head) also part of animation and vfx.

Then in Mahabharat also we can see the use of vfx in all war scenes.

Vfx and animation is also used to create creatures and certain places like the royal palace and the battlefield.

Apart from these Matte paintings has also been used in major scenes.

Well due to the dynamic use of vfx and animation, Indian tele series are famous worldwide.

People from China are watching the tele series Naagin before being dubbed in Chinese.

People all over the world are waiting for season 3 desperately.

With huge success of this tele series many movies are being made with similar concept.

Such movies like Hisss, Creature 3D and Nagin are also a huge hit.

They also have similar use of vfx and morphing, which is used to change a person into snake or serpent or any other creature.

After reading this you can also witness the high demand of experienced vfx artist and animators for the dynamic industry of Media and Entertainment.

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Thursday, 30 November 2017

Here Are Best Animation Films Worldwide 2017

Number of Animation Films releasing worldwide is increasing day by day.

The new trend in animation has lots of theatrical animated features.

Technology has leveled out the playing field, making feature-scale animation production accessible to producers everywhere. Even in the early 2000s, animated features were the privileged domain of a few well-heeled producers but now-a-days the situation is remarkably different remarkably from then.

While we’re not going to have 6,000 animated features per year, nor animation will be live-action production, the industry is finally starting to increase production in a meaningful way.

Sometime within the next decade, it will not be unreasonable to expect hundreds of animated films per annum.

No, they won’t all be good, and that’s fine, too.

But more films mean more opportunities for more filmmakers, and only good can come out of that.

Nearly 100 Animated movies released worldwide in 2017, out of which the following 5 movies are the highest grossing films of 2017.

Despicable Me 3 (stylized in marketing and onscreen as Despicable M3) is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated action comedy film produced by Illumination Entertainment for Universal Pictures.

It is the fourth overall installment and third main installment in the Despicable Me film series.

It is the sequel to Despicable Me 2 (2013). The film is directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda, co-directed by Eric Guillon[6] and written by Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio.

In the film, Dru,the long lost Twin Brother of Gru,the main character,teams up together to defeat a new enemy named Balthazar Bratt, a 1980s child actor who grows up to become a villain.

Steve Carell, Miranda Cosgrove and Dana Gaierreprise their roles of Gru, Margo and Edith from the first two films and Julie Andrews returns as Marlena, Gru’s mother from Despicable Me (2010).

Kristen Wiig and Steve Coogan return from Despicable Me 2, while Trey Parker, Jenny Slate and Nev Scharrel (replacing Elsie Fisher as Agnes) join the cast.

Annecy International Animated Film Festival showed Despicable Me 3 on June 14, 2017, at the , released in the United States on June 30, 2017, by Universal Pictures in 3D, RealD 3D, Dolby Cinema, and IMAX 3D.

The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics[7] and has grossed over $1 billion worldwide, making it the third highest-grossing film of 2017, the fourth highest-grossing animated film of all time and the 24th highest-grossing overall.

After Minions in 2015, it is the second film to gross over $1 billion, produced by Illuminations, becoming the first ever animated franchise to do so. Despicable Me 3 became the second non-Disney film and the sixth highest animated film after Toy Story (2010), Frozen (2013), Minions (2015), Zootopia and Finding Dory (both in 2016) to gross over $1 billion, and is currently the fourth highest-grossing animated films of all time and the twenty-fifth highest-grossing films of all time.

The Boss Baby is a 2017 American computer-animated adventure comedy film loosely based on the name written and illustrated by Marla Frazee[4] and produced by DreamWorks Animation.

It was written by Michael McCullers and directed by Tom McGrath .

Miles Bakshi, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, and Tobey Maguire, voces the supporting characters while it stars the voices of Alec Baldwin as the title character.

The plot follows a baby who is a secret agent in the war between babies and puppies.

At the Miami International Film Festival,The Boss Baby  was premiered on March 12, 2017.

It was released by 20th Century Fox on March 31, 2017.

Upon release, the film received mixed reviews from critics and grossed $498 million worldwide against its $125 million budget.

A sequel is scheduled to be released on March 26, 2021.

An American 3D computer-animated auto racing sportscomedy in 2017,Cars 3 is a drama film.

It was produced by Pixar and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Directed by Brian Fee, the screenplay was written by Kiel Murray, Bob Peterson and Mike Rich.

After Cars and Cars 2, the producers made a sequel in this Film. Cristela Alonzo, Chris Cooper, Armie Hammer, Nathan Fillion, Kerry Washington and Lea DeLaria gave the supporting characters voices and were joined by the returning voices of Owen Wilson, Bonnie Hunt and Larry the Cable Guyare for the main characters , in addition to dozen NASCAR personalities.

In the film, Lightning McQueen sets out to prove to a new generation of high tech race cars that he is still the best race car in the world.

Grossing over $383 million worldwide, the film was released on June 16, 2017.

It has received generally positive reviews, with many critics considering it an improvement over its predecessor, as well as praising its emotional story and animation.

3D computer-animated, The Lego Batman Movie is a superhero film.

It is produced by Warner Animation Group.

It was written by Seth Grahame-Smith, Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Jared Stern and John Whittington.

It was directed by Chris McKay,and produced by Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.

The film is an international co-production of the United States, Australia, and Denmark,and is based on the Lego Batman toy line and the first spin-off installment of The Lego Movie.

The story revolves around  Batman’s attempts to overcome his greatest fear to stop the Joker‘s latest plan, with Will Arnett reprising his role as Batman for the film, along with Zach Galifianakis, Michael Cera, Rosario Dawson, and Ralph Fiennes.

Premiered in Dublin, Ireland on January 29, 2017, The Lego Batman Movie was released in the United States on February 10, 2017.

Internationally, the film was released in 3D, RealD 3D, Dolby Cinema, and IMAX 3D.

The film received positive reviews and grossed $312 million worldwid.

An American 3D animated computer science fiction comedy film,The Emoji Movie was released in 2017.

It is directed by Tony Leondis and written by Leondis, Eric Siegel and Mike White, based on the trend of emojis.

It stars the voices of Christina Aguilera, Sofía Vergara, Sean Hayesand Patrick Stewart as well as  T. J. Miller, James Corden, Maya Rudolph, Steven Wright’s voices.

The film centers on Gene, a multi-expressional emoji who lives in a teenager’s phone, and who sets out on a journey to become a normal  emoji like his parents.

It is Produced by Sony Pictures Animation, and distributed by Columbia Pictures. Premiered on July 23, 2017, at the Regency Village Theatre The Emoji Movie was theatrically released in the United States on July 28, 2017 was panned by critics, but It grossed over $215 million worldwide.

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