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12 Years in the Making, Animated Musical ‘The Inventor’ Cracks the Leonardo Da Vinci Code

With “The Inventor,” Jim Capobianco (the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of “Ratatouille“) has managed to direct a family-friendly animated musical (in both stop-motion and 2D) about Leonardo da Vinci’s search for the meaning of life at the end of his life. That’s quite a da Vinci code to crack. That is why it took 12 years to […]

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‘The Inventor’ Trailer: Leonardo Da Vinci Sets Out on an Animated Adventure

From the creative mind behind the Academy Award-winning hit animation, Ratatouille comes The Inventor, an upcoming animated project set in the French capital during the Renaissance period. However, this time, rather than an ambitious rat for its protagonist, Jim Capobianco’s next major feature will revolve around a real-life visionary, the legendary inventor Leonardo Da Vinci […]

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Even Mundane Settings Are Gorgeous To Behold In Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse

One of the most astonishing things about “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” is that the filmmakers, through some sort of miraculous, creative happenstance, remembered that animation is an unlimited medium. There is a tendency among certain well-regarded animation studios (cough Disney cough), to push its animation style and character designs over to a very specific place. […]

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