Animation Director and all round nice guy Joaquim Dos Santos director of 'G.I.. Joe Resolute' answers a few questions about the film. He lets us in on some really interesting details about his career, and the production behind 'Resolute' and teases us with some NON information about upcoming top secret Warner Brothers Productions. Check out the interview behind the break.
HEY! We're outta the bucket, good news. This episode we discuss G.I. JOE RESOLUTE From Hasbro and Titmouse Studios. The show is kind of a cluster bomb, with Poopies Cinnamon and Gravy. We harsh on the ocean and reveal the disturbing bloodthirsty nature of our true selves. Let's get these snow cones gang! Cross-dresser out!
As often as possible I'd like to supplement the Podcast with extra's that relate to the animation being discussed. After talking about El Superbeasto I contacted Film Roman and asked if there was an outside chance that anyone associated with the production would be interested in being interviewed regarding the film, I didn't get just anyone.
Animation Producer Tom Klein has had an exceptional career which has seen him working with big names in alternative animation and on projects which have shaped later generations of animators. He's continued that trend with his work on El Superbeasto. Tom was nice enough to take some time out of his week to answer a few questions about his early career and about the nuts and bolts of the Superbeasto production.
We sound like we're in a bucket, stick with us it'll get better; YOU GOTTA WALK BEFORE YOU CAN SOAR! Rob Zombies "The Haunted World of el Superbeasto" get's discussed. The Sloan's are on board but Rony can't come to grips with all the boobs. Brian Posehn's our dog, but y'know every dog's got fleas. Uncle Jesse is lurking somewhere, just on the periphery.