John Lasseter, the former chief creative officer of Pixar and Disney Animation, is back in the arena!
He was fired due to sexual harassment and transferred to the animation department of Sky Dance.
The animated short film “Blush” produced by him has been revealed recently and will be exclusively launched on Apple TV+ on October 1.
The story told by “Blush” is very simple. An astronaut trapped in a deserted alien planet meets a visitor from outer space on a flying saucer, and the two actually fell in love.
Established in 2010, Dance in the Sky has not only collaborated with Paramount in the action blockbuster “Mission Impossible”, “Star Trek” and “Terminator” series. In recent years, it has also expanded its business to the field of TV dramas and animation.
In terms of TV series, they collaborated with Netflix in the “Altered Carbon” series and Amazon with “Jack Ryan”.
For animation, John Lasseter, the founding elite of Pixar, is invited. Friends who are familiar with Hollywood animation production should know how good he is.
In addition to the short film “Blush”, he will also be responsible for two new films “Luck”, “Spellbound” and the series “The Search for WondLa”.