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America’s new favourite online pastime is getting it’s own animated show. At the MIPTV conference in Cannes, Rovio’s head of animation Nick Dorra explained the details of the new “Birds” venture.
The show will have an initial run of 52 episodes that are each two-and-a-half to three minutes long. Dorra wants every possible device to be able to carry the episodes.
“We want to be on all screens,” Dorra said.
So expect birds flying at pigs all around you from iPhones to plasma screens.
Dorra also stated that the new show would explore “deeper feelings of the characters, such as why are they always angry?”
Does that mean we’ll see some shots of the birds going to anger management and group therapy sessions? This is more serious than we thought.
Oh and don’t forget about the ultimate “big” screen. A movie is also in development according to Dorra, but he says that won’t be released until 2013 or 2014 at least.
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