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xzevlin
10-04-2002, 07:59 AM
From Hollywood Reporter:

Shop sets up with 'Time Dogs' at Henson
Oct. 03, 2002

Jim Henson Pictures will co-produce its first CG animated feature film, "Time Dogs," with The Shop Productions. The Shop is a new Vancouver-based digital animation studio co-founded by president and CEO Ian Pearson and entertainment executive Aaron L. Gilbert. "This venture into CG feature animation promises, like all of our films, to be funny and fresh with something entertaining for kids and adults alike," said Lisa Henson, president of Jim Henson Pictures. "Time Dogs" features a pair of canines who travel through time to save their master and in the process save all dogs from a life of slavery. The script, in its final stages before going into visual development, was written by Christopher Leone and Laura Harckom. Leone is set to direct the project. (Sheigh Crabtree) Full story

syntetik
10-04-2002, 10:03 PM
got any link?

roger
10-04-2002, 11:27 PM
Does anybody know if they plan on making "Time Dogs" it in the US or England??

Thanks,
Roger
http://www.fxstation.com/monsterlab/

dmcgrath
10-05-2002, 07:37 AM
"Time Dogs" features a pair of canines who travel through time to save their master and in the process save all dogs from a life of slavery.


Holy crap, the end of the world really is coming isn't it?

Hollywood is going to destroy us all.

xzevlin
10-05-2002, 09:25 AM
The info I posted is all that I could find. "The Shop" doesn't seem to have a website, and it isn't really clear if they are doing all the animation in Vancouver or if Henson's Creature Shop is doing some. If anyone has a subscription to the Hollywood Reporter site, there seems to be more to the article.

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