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Kingpin wrote: June 9th, 2024, 3:53 pm Same. I thought with Sony Animation tweeting about it we were going to get a small glimpse, if not maybe the logo... But as it is, the promotion of the new series was barely more than a crumb.
I noticed a couple of the streamers like Netflix were teasing their animated projects on social media the same day. So could have just been a coincidence or some bigger teasers are coming this week for all projects.
#4998514
Nobody is dangling anything. Even if it is the same idea, the Ecto Force thing, it was obviously put on hold because of everything else and then the focus turned to Afterlife. There was never any official announcement like this has.

Sonic Prime was announced in 2020...the show didn't release til fall 2022.
#4998534
WCat2000 wrote: June 10th, 2024, 3:24 am Nobody is dangling anything. Even if it is the same idea, the Ecto Force thing, it was obviously put on hold because of everything else and then the focus turned to Afterlife. There was never any official announcement like this has.

Sonic Prime was announced in 2020...the show didn't release til fall 2022.
Sony talked officially about Ecto Force. It was presetended with a bunch of other projects. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movie ... er-904574/

Given we don’t have much of anything to go on Timeware’s skepticism seems sound to me. It surprises me to see some1 pushing back on “I’ll believe it when I see it”.

We all should know by now how quickly things change. Executives leave.. Projects gets canceled. There are quite a few projects that Netflix announced officially that we never saw. That animated Army of the Dead show? Then there was the Live Action Master of the Universe movie.

I feel like this new animated series is on solid ground but who knows what could happen.
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Chicken, He Clucked wrote: June 10th, 2024, 7:26 am At least the animated show seems too far along to get canned.
Warner Brothers cancelled the Scoob! sequel and a Wile E. Coyote movie that scored well that were about ready to go, and Nimona was cancelled by Blue Sky Studios in the late stages of its production (fortunately Netflix stepped in to give it a new home). While those are films rather than an animated series, nothing is too far along to get cancelled. :sigh:
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#4998538
Kingpin wrote: June 10th, 2024, 6:30 pm
Chicken, He Clucked wrote: June 10th, 2024, 7:26 am At least the animated show seems too far along to get canned.
Warner Brothers cancelled the Scoob! sequel and a Wile E. Coyote movie that scored well that were about ready to go, and Nimona was cancelled by Blue Sky Studios in the late stages of its production (fortunately Netflix stepped in to give it a new home). While those are films rather than an animated series, nothing is too far along to get cancelled. :sigh:
the ultimate example of this is probably the Batgirl movie that was completely done and DC chose to just not release it.

I'm as happy as anyone else to see the teaser image from the other day and I really think animation/streaming would be a big boost to GB.
#4998550
GuyX wrote: June 10th, 2024, 6:21 pm
WCat2000 wrote: June 10th, 2024, 3:24 am Nobody is dangling anything. Even if it is the same idea, the Ecto Force thing, it was obviously put on hold because of everything else and then the focus turned to Afterlife. There was never any official announcement like this has.

Sonic Prime was announced in 2020...the show didn't release til fall 2022.
Sony talked officially about Ecto Force. It was presetended with a bunch of other projects. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movie ... er-904574/

Given we don’t have much of anything to go on Timeware’s skepticism seems sound to me. It surprises me to see some1 pushing back on “I’ll believe it when I see it”.

We all should know by now how quickly things change. Executives leave.. Projects gets canceled. There are quite a few projects that Netflix announced officially that we never saw. That animated Army of the Dead show? Then there was the Live Action Master of the Universe movie.

I feel like this new animated series is on solid ground but who knows what could happen.
Yes it’s possible anything can get cancelled at anytime.

There’s no reason to believe this is might get cancelled. If by chance it did get cancelled that’s neither here nor there because as far as we know it’s happening.

Ecto-Force never got officially announced. It was said to be in development. This whatever it is had a formal announcement at GB Day and they just tweeted about it.
#4998551
That they’re still announcing it after FE Box Office performance, and the fact it’s Sony / Netflix makes me optimistic it won’t get canned.

Also this series is different to the animated movie from “Jennifer Kluska (Hotel Transylvania: Transformania) and Chris Prynoski (Beavis and Butt-Head Do America) based on a script by Brenda Hsueh (Elemental, The Afterparty)”.

We haven’t heard about that since 2022. I’d say that’s most at risk of cancellation at this point.
#4998552
No news is not bad news. They're not going to show behind-the-scenes making of stuff like the live action movies do. Animation is a much more private production and a different beast. The fact that the show was tweeted about by Sony is a positive sign, take it as that. There's no more to dissect from it. And before that Gil Kenan gave an update of what he was shown so it's well into production. We're not going to be blasted with news and photos like we did with Afterlife or Frozen Empire.

As for the movie, the last bit of news was not 2022. It was March 2023, they hired a storyboard artist so one could infer they are well into pre-production.

edit: Back on June 6, during Netflix's look at upcoming animation, the untitled series was listed in the Family Series section with a description of "Netflix and Sony Pictures Animation are developing an animated series based on the beloved Ghostbusters IP, which will be debuted exclusively on Netflix. The high-end series is part of the streamer’s elevated family animation lineup, delivering irreverent supernatural comedy and thrilling visual spectacle."
https://www.netflix.com/tudum/articles/ ... vies-shows
#4998578
mrmichaelt wrote: June 11th, 2024, 2:53 am No news is not bad news. They're not going to show behind-the-scenes making of stuff like the live action movies do. Animation is a much more private production and a different beast. The fact that the show was tweeted about by Sony is a positive sign, take it as that. There's no more to dissect from it. And before that Gil Kenan gave an update of what he was shown so it's well into production. We're not going to be blasted with news and photos like we did with Afterlife or Frozen Empire.

As for the movie, the last bit of news was not 2022. It was March 2023, they hired a storyboard artist so one could infer they are well into pre-production.

edit: Back on June 6, during Netflix's look at upcoming animation, the untitled series was listed in the Family Series section with a description of "Netflix and Sony Pictures Animation are developing an animated series based on the beloved Ghostbusters IP, which will be debuted exclusively on Netflix. The high-end series is part of the streamer’s elevated family animation lineup, delivering irreverent supernatural comedy and thrilling visual spectacle."
https://www.netflix.com/tudum/articles/ ... vies-shows
I like the description for this. It's giving Star Trek Lower Decks but Ghostbusters.
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