Netflix announces Love, Death & Robots, its first animated series retrospective
Today, Netflix has announced Love, Death & Robots, a TV series anthology, animated submitted by Tim Miller, the director of Deadpool and the highly anticipated sequel to the Terminator, at the time untitled) and David Fincher (Se7en, Mindhunter, Gone Girl, House of Cards).
Love, Death & Robots is a series of short animated stories, ranging between different genres: science fiction, fantasy, horror, and comedy. A narrative approach bold distinguishes each story, each episode is designed to be easy to look at, but very difficult to forget.
The series takes inspiration from the genres of eclectic and provocative that have affected the formation and the approach to the storytelling of Tim Miller and David Fincher.
“Love, Death & the Robot is the project of my dreams, able to merge my love for animation with wonderful stories. Movies, novels, and stories of pure fantasy have inspired me for years, but until now had remained confined to the culture of the niche of the nerds and nerds, of which I was part of. I am terribly excited because finally the entertainment landscape has changed enough to allow the animated content for adults to become an integral part of a cultural conversation more broad.”
The production of Love, Death & Robots has brought together a community of the entertainment global that involved professionals and studies of animation with unique perspectives of their kind, filmmakers and artists from all over the world. Eighteen stories in total, each short film has been created carefully, with a mix of energy, action and black humour impudent.
David Fincher, Tim Miller, Jennifer Miller, and Josh Donen are executive producers. Love, Death & Robots combines the creators of the first-class of the world of animation, and the stories engaging for the first anthology series composed of short animated stories, a viewing experience more visceral, unique.
Each episode of the series:
Here is some information on the study of the production and distribution of Love, Death & Robots.
Blur Studio is an award-winning production house that creates content for video games, film, and television. Founded and directed by the director of Deadpool, Tim Miller, Blur, started its activity by creating trailers and commercials for film, high-level video game industry, in addition to visual effects for blockbuster movies. Recently guide the production of the animation series anthology, Netflix Love, Death & Robots.
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