It’s been over 20 years since the original release partner in cinemas, so it’s really no surprise that the series’ spin-offs and ongoing follow-ups have evolved, both visually and narratively, far from their original style. But it’s a little surprising to see their recent trend. latest trailer partner spin off, Puss in Boots: Last Wishstarts with the usual CG look that has become familiar to many Puss in Boots Outings, including a direct-to-video sequel The three Diablosa Netflix interactive movie Puss in a Book: Trapped in an Epic Storyand the 2015 TV series Puss in Boots Adventures.
Then all of a sudden, the frame rate changes and the action becomes choppy, as if it’s being filtered through a strong light. Backgrounds disappear into a blur of cartoon-style action lines, and colors become flat, with a backlighting effect making characters pop from bright, simple backgrounds. Yes, it looks like another animation team is following in the footsteps Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verseincorporating a sense of anime style and 2D comic book art into a series formerly known for its flashy, 3D look.
Animation directors have been talking a lot lately about “fighting the computer” to make films that are more stylized and visually unique. Since Pixar has basically anchored photorealistic computer animation with 2015 The good dinosauranimators are working in the opposite direction, working to make animated features more cartoonish, expressive, and playful, as we saw this year in films like turns red And the the wicked. (The wolf character in this Puss in Boots Almost Dead Bell’s Trailer the wickedMr. Wolf.) 2018 Spider-Man Into the Spider-VerseWith its endless visual and narrative experiments, it went much further in style than most, earning critical acclaim and the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
It was inevitable that we would see other animators experiment with some spider verseVisual tricks, but because of the many years of production involved in the animation, the rollout of that first visual homage has been relatively slow. See this style in the latest partner The spinoff is particularly odd, given how solid the franchise has looked over the past two decades.
Puss in Boots: Last Wish Once again, Antonio Banderas plays the title cat, a show-stopping snob who retires after realizing he’s made it to the last of his nine lives. When he learns of a “legendary wish star” that might restore his life, he teams up with old enemy Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek Pinault) and a cute dog named Perito (What do we do in the shadows?‘Harvey Guillén) to look for the star. Florence Pugh, John Mulaney, and Wagner Moura co-star as some of the villains to come after the trio.
Puss in Boots: Last Wish It premieres in theaters December 21, with DreamWorks promising “early sneak peeks” in some markets on November 26.
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