Netflix orders 'Skull Island' and 'Tomb Raider' anime series
Netflix is upping its anime offerings with two new series drawing from the world of Legendary's monsterverse as well as Square Enix’s Tomb Raider video games.
byAaron Couch2016's Kong: Skull Island | Courtesy of Warner Bros. PicturesThe two properties expand the streaming service's animated offerings based on big IP.Netflix is upping its anime offerings with two new series drawing from the world of Legendary's monsterverse
as well as Square Enix’sTomb RaiderLegendary Television'sSkull Islandwill see a group of shipwrecked characters trying to escape a dangerous and mysterious island. Brian Duffield, known forUnderwater andThe Babysitter, will write and executive produce. Jacob Robinson also executive produces via his Tractor Pants banner. Powerhouse Animation, the studio behind
Castlevania, is also behind the project.Heat VisionThe anime series comes after the 2017 feature Read more: Hollywood Reporter »
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👍 Monke!! Make them cross over. Put Lara in the monsterverse At first I thought that this was a Skull Island / Tomb Raider crossover event, and now that’s what I want this to be! Which studio is gonna animate MiddletonPlays unlovedhomie DAD TOMBRAIDER ANIME just look at kong ... nuclear liz boutta get his ass handed by monke
RICHARDLNEWBY Okay a Tomb Raider anime series sounds dope as fuck Great