In this LCJ Q&A, I’m joined by former “Daily Show” writer Brendan Hay. Currently, he’s the showrunner for DreamWorks Animation’s “Dawn of the Croods” series, which is entering its second season on Netflix. Hay discusses working on the show, his old boss Jon Stewart and writing for “The Simpsons” and The Oscars.
In this LCJ Q&A, the 14-year-old voice of Kubo in the stop-motion adventure discusses being a part of his first animated film, working with Dwayne Johnson on “San Andreas”, and the phenomenon that is “Game of Thrones”.
In this LCJ Q&A, the head of stop-motion animation giant Laika, and the director of their latest feature, “Kubo and the Two Strings”, discusses being a part of the studio for a decade, crafting “Kubo”, and a “mind-blowing” day with star Matthew McConaughey.
In this LCJ Q&A, the EP of DreamWorks Animation’s Netflix spinoff series to their 2015 blockbuster feature discusses working on the show, his life-long love of animation and the announcement of “Shrek 5”.
In this LCJ Q&A, the star of “Happy Endings” and “The Mindy Project” discusses his latest three projects: the film “Night Owls”, the upcoming “Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life” and his 2017 FOX TV comedy “Making History”.
Chris Savino is the creator of Nickelodeon’s latest animated comedy series – “The Loud House”, which premieres May 2nd, with new episodes airing every weekday at 5pmET throughout May. In this LCJ Q&A, Savino (who’s celebrating 25 years in animation) talks about bringing the show to life – and basing much of it on his […]
Lorene Scafaria is the writer/director of the mother-daughter dramedy “The Meddler”, starring Susan Sarandon, Rose Byrne and J.K. Simmons. In this LCJ Q&A, Scafaria discusses how much this passion project mirrors her life, working with the A-list stars, when she’s been a “meddler” and her plans for this Mother’s Day.
Feiss (the creator of “Cow & Chicken”) discusses continuing Sony Pictures Animation’s “Open Season” franchise with the new, fourth installment, “Scared Silly”. And Townsend, a Sony IT Guy, tells me about voicing Elliot and Mr. Weenie in his first movie.
The directors of DreamWorks Animation’s third chapter in the series discuss this latest adventure of Po the Panda, working with new cast members Bryan Cranston, J.K. Simmons and the entire Jolie-Pitt family, and the future of the franchise.
The co-writer and co-director of the latest stop-motion animated adventure from Aardman (the makers of “Wallace & Gromit”) discusses making the Academy Award, Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominee – the animation, music, humor and emotion. And he previews Aardman’s next movie.