Henry Sellick Calls a Spade a Spade

Too little time today for a full post, but at SIGGRAPH, Henry Sellick made a whole slew of statements and comments about the industry as it stands and what he thinks of it.

Variety has coverage where Sellick discusses his future ventures, and by the sounds of things, his feature is dormant for now at least.

The Hollywood Reporter takes a slightly different take by looking at the entire panel, but quotes Sellick as saying that blockbusters are bad, and that there is too much homogeneity between the blockbuster animated content out there.

Both articles are well worth your time, but yet again, they highlight the fact that we’re in a bubble.

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