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‘Arthur and also the Minimoys’ Joins Studio 100 Portfolio

Studio 100 celebrates its 20th birthday with major bulletins at BLE, such as the addition the brand new CG- 3d animator series created by EuropaCorp and directed by Luc Besson.

PARIS & LONDON — Studio 100 is honoring its 20th birthday this season and will also be showing numerous its popular licenses at BLE. The most recent license put into Studio 100’s portfolio, Arthur and also the Minimoys, is going to be featured together with updates in the company’s other key brands for example Heidi, Nils Holgersson, Blinky Bill.

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Arthur and also the Minimoys is dependant on the childrens’ fantasy books and movie trilogy directed by Luc Besson. 3d animator provides youthful viewers a mixture of comedy and action/adventure. The series follows Arthur, a vibrant, ingenious 10-year-old in the recently discovered realm of the Minimoys. Children will love exciting new figures using their unique add-ons and innovative atmosphere which will offer much talked about certification possibilities.

The CGI action series, that is presently being produced (co-production with EuropaCorp Television) is forecasted to air in 2018, with 26 episodes, directed at children aged 5-12 years of age. Studio 100 is going to be offering people to the stand (G15) a unique look initially images and also the trailer. They is going to be meeting partners in key groups across all marketplaces in which the series continues to be pre-offered.

Also core for this year’s show would be the approaching launch of Maya the Bee Season 2, with Maya the Bee’s animation honoring its 40th birthday this season. The brand new series will offer you fans new tales, figures and landscapes, all well suited for certification possibilities. The series will contain 52×13’ new episodes, set to broadcast in 2017, and also to achieve major pre-school systems worldwide.

Maya may also be coming back towards the giant screen in cinemas globally with Maya the Bee Movie 2. This follows the prosperity of the very first movie, that was launched on 4,000 screens worldwide.