Laika's newest monsters have a message: "Families come in all shapes and sizes. But Laika featured a gay character in its last film, last year's zombie flick "ParaNorman," and Nike has been a vocal supporter of gay rights. The studio clearly hopes the gay rights message will attract attention to the film, which is due in theaters Sept.
Laika, the same company that brought us "Coraline" and last year's Oscar-nominated "Paranorman," returns with the trailer for their next feature, "The Boxtrolls. Anyone who saw "Paranorman" co-directed by out director Chris Butler knows the film's punchline when cheerleader Courtney voiced by Anna Kendrick asks meathead jock, Mitch voiced by Casey Affleckto a romantic movie, only to find out he's gay with a boyfriend. The teaser trailer for their latest stop-motion animated feature, "The Boxtrolls," is all about what makes a family.
Set before the recent set of robot movies, the new film will see what the autobot was up to in the s. Charlie Hailee Steinfeldon the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug.
Phil Knight has opened up on the biggest regret of his life in his new memoir. Source:Getty Images. But the year-old also repeatedly addresses the hidden heartache that plagued his life — his distant relationship with his first son, Matthew.
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From the title of our site you can tell we actually respect the individuals decision to remain in the closet for as long as you feel the need. Having said that, when you get on camera overly stressing your non-homosexuality, you open yourself up to a tad bit of scrutiny. Or is this just a down low gay guy trying to deflect attention so that he can continue getting acting roles in the future?
Travis Knight has been the President and CEO of the stop-motion animation studio Laika sincebut the studio's fourth and latest film marks the first time the boss has been in the director's chair. The film is Laika's most ambitious to date — more than 20, faces were made for the Kubo puppet alone. The Frame's John Horn spoke with Knight about why he wanted to become a stop-motion animator, the challenges of running a company and directing his first feature film at the same time, and the lack of Asian voice actors in a film that's set in Japan. Art has always been a huge part of my family.