to the band gorillas It will win an animated movie on Netflix. The news is a bit old and was first announced in October 2020, but so far the broadcast hasn’t provided any updates about the production, which made some fans skeptical about the possibility of canceling the project.
However, during an interview with Apple Music, Damon Albarn, who provided the voice of the lead singer for gorillas, gave a brief update to the audience who were waiting for more details about the movie. According to him, the script was finally written: “I am in Los Angeles because we are making the Gorillaz feature film with Netflix. We have a writing session in Malibu,” he joked. “It’s something we’ve been wanting to do for a long time.”
Unofficial Damon Albarn (@DamonUnofficial) November 10, 2021
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Damon was also responsible for revealing that there will be a movie about the band in 2020. At the time, the singer was talking to Radio.com about the album’s release. Song Machine: Season 1 – Strange timingWhich brings an animated series with the band’s characters:
“Okay, we should make a movie during the production of season two [de Song Machine]. We sign contracts and start scripts and stuff. Making an abstract animated movie is very risky for a movie studio because it is very expensive. If you’re telling a story that’s a bit obtuse, which sometimes makes sense, it’s very difficult. This is what we found. We’ll do it, we do it.”
gorillas It was created in 1998 in the UK and has always had this lively proposition. With the release of four virtual members and seven discs, the band has amassed Grammy nominations, Guinness Book of Records, and platinum certifications throughout their career. Currently, it has sold nearly 15 million records worldwide.
The cartoon is not scheduled for release on Netflix.
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