La Leyenda de Las Momias in Theaters October 31st, 2014
La Leyenda de Las Momias in Theaters October 31st, 2014
Mexico City, Mexico on August 26, 2014 Leo San Juan, Teodora, Don Andrés and the little sugar skulls Finado & Moribunda, are ready for a new adventure, and this one will be their most exciting one yet. This Ánima Estudios production will be released on October 31st. The movie brings back the beloved group of friends in their latest adventure which is full of surprises and exciting new characters. La Leyenda de Las Momias is the third feature-length film based on Mexican heritage following the successes of La Leyenda de la Llorona and La Leyenda de la Nahuala. It will be released just in time for the Day of the Dead celebration. This time around, Leo San Juan, Don Andrés, Teodora and Alebrije come to Guanajuato to try to stop the mummies – who have inexplicably risen from the dead – and rescue their friend Xóchitl. With the help of Luis, a friend they meet in the city, Leo uncovers the terrible secret of the aristocratic Rousseau, while the rest of the team realize they have fallen into a trap that was carefully set for Leo San Juan. Videocine distributes in Mexico.
“Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” by Ánima Estudios, soon to be released in Brazil
“Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” by Ánima Estudios, soon to be released in Brazil
Mexico City, Mexico on June 4, 2014 Ánima Estudios announces that “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” has been sold to Globo TV GLOOB, a Globosat company channel, which is a leading brazilian entertainment company. The 52 episodes x 11 min., is being actually broadcatsed in The Hub (US), Seven Network (Australia); ABC Australia, HBO Asia, TVE Spain, Sun Network (India), Noga (Israel); Orlando Kids (Croatia) and many other countries. Its popularity keeps growing throughout the world due to its quality an level of entertainment. “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” created and produced by Ánima Estudios and co-produced with SLR Productions (Australia), Home Plate Entertainment (U.S.) and Telegael (Ireland), follows three best friends living in Fairytale States. Despite the enchanted settings Jeremiah, the son of the giant in “Jack and the Beanstalk”; Trafalgar, the nephew of Merlin the Wizard; and Fury, the daughter of the Tooth Fairy, have typical teen dramas with their family, friends and school, only with a fairy tale twist. Founded in 2002, Ánima Estudios is the largest and most prestigious studio in Latin America. Its first feature film “Wizards & Giants” was the first animated film in Mexico in 30 years and first ever digitally produced animated film in Latin America. It has produced and released 9 feature films which have been successfully released throughout the world. Since 2006 it has produced “El Chavo” TV series which has been the highest rated animated show throughout Latin America since. In 2013 it released the “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” animated TV series; which is currently broadcasted in TV channels all over the world. The studio is currently working on several feature films, TV series and videogames. Ánima Estudios, the soul of imagination.
“Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” By Ánima Estudios, Soon To Be Released In The U.S.
“Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” By Ánima Estudios, Soon To Be Released In The U.S.
Mexico City, Mexico on May 26, 2014 “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” will be released in the U.S. territory by The Hub Network (a multi-platform joint venture between Discovery Communications and Hasbro Inc.) premering Saturday, May 31. The Hub Network is a cable and satellite televisión network, that champions family fun by providing relatable, funny, family friendly entertainment experiences that children and their parents can enjoy together. Available in nearly 71 million U.S. households, it’s lineup includes animated and live-action series, as well as specials, games shows, and family-favorite movies. The network extends its content through a robust and engaging online presence at HubNetwork.com. “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” created and produced by Ánima Estudios and co-produced with SLR Productions (Australia), Home Plate Entertainment (U.S.) and Telegael (Ireland), follows three best friends living in Fairytale States. Despite the enchanted settings Jeremiah, the son of the giant in “Jack and the Beanstalk”; Trafalgar, the nephew of Merlin the Wizard; and Fury, the daughter of the Tooth Fairy, have typical teen dramas with their family, friends and school, only with a fairy tale twist. The 52 episodes x 11 min., distributed by 9 Story Entertainment, Is being actually broadcatsed in Seven Network (Australia); ABC Australia, HBO Asia, TVE Spain, Sun Network (India), Noga (Israel); Orlando Kids (Croatia) and many other countries. Its popularity keeps growing throughout the world due to its quality an level of entertainment. Founded in 2002, Ánima Estudios is the largest and most prestigious studio in Latin America. Its first feature film “Wizards & Giants” was the first animated film in Mexico in 30 years and first ever digitally produced animated film in Latin America. It has produced and released 9 feature films which have been successfully released throughout the world. Since 2006 it has produced “El Chavo” TV series which has been the highest rated animated show throughout Latin America since. In 2013 it released the “Teenage Fairytale Dropouts” animated TV series; which is currently broadcasted in TV channels all over the world. The studio is currently working on several feature films, TV series and videogames. Ánima Estudios, the soul of imagination.