Eric Towner, one of the founders of Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, discusses his relationship with Seth Green, the past, present and future of “Robot Chicken”, and the new Netflix animated series “Buddy Thunderstruck”
Dan Povenmire discusses “Phineas and Ferb”, including how the show nearly ended the deal between Disney and LucasFilm, and his latest Disney Channel animated series – “Milo Murphy’s Law” starring Weird Al.
Following two highly successful feature films, Sony Pictures Animation has decided to turn its “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” franchise into a TV series. Producer Rick Mischel is one of the creative forces behind the show, which provides fans with the backstory of Flint, Sam and the wacky world of Swallow Falls.
Butch Hartman is an icon at Nickelodeon. He created “The Fairly OddParents”, “Danny Phantom” and “T.U.F.F. Puppy”. His latest animated series for the network, “Bunsen Is a Beast”, premieres this week. He discusses the “Fairly Odd” show and movies, as well as bringing “Bunsen” to life, in this LCJ Q&A.
Pixar animators Coats and Hamou-Lhadj made a non-Pixar animated short on their nights and weekends. Now, they’re nominated for an Academy Award. In this LCJ Q&A, they discuss “Borrowed Time” and getting ready for Oscar Sunday.
Wax your boards and be ready to duck as the sequel to one of the best animated films of the past decade comes direct to dvd. Director Henry Yu talks about the fun and challenges in bringing together “Surf’s Up” and the WWE in “Surf’s up 2: WaveMania”.
The producers of Disney Junior’s new Mickey Mouse series discuss all aspects of the show, including working with real racer and guest star Danica Patrick and finding inspiration from Jay Leno’s Garage.
“Street Gang”, a groundbreaking documentary on the origin of the iconic TV show “Sesame Street”, is currently in production. In this exclusive interview, Jackson Murphy talks with the film’s executive producer Trevor Crafts and director Marilyn Agrelo.