Based on the decades-long fan-favorite comic series, Disney+’s What If? explores different spins on the MCU, like what if Peggy Carter was the super-soldier, what if T’Challa joined the Guardians of the Galaxy, or what if Loki was the one who wielded Mjolnir?
The “true” story of the American Revolution will be revealed on Netflix just in time for the Fourth of July with America: The Motion Picture, starring Channing Tatum as George Washington.
An homage to the works of Ralph Bakshi and Frank Franzetta, The Spine of Night is a rotoscoped, mature animated fantasy movie that is debuting next week at the digital SXSW festival and features the voices of Richard E. Grant, Lucy Lawless, Patton Oswalt, Joe Manganiello, Betty Gabriel and more.
Netflix puts a new spin on World War II with the rotoscoped animation of The Liberator, which follows the men of the 45th Infantry Division aka The Thunderbirds, as they battled from Sicily to deep into Nazi occupied Europe.
Tim Miller and David Fincher are bringing what looks like an insane group of animated sci-fi shorts to Netflix in March with the anthology series Love, Death and Robots.
Mr. Link, a Sasquatch, reveals his existence to legendary monster hunter Sir Lionel Frost and sets in motion an adventure to find Mr. Link’s “cousins” in the Himalayas in next year’s Laika stop-motion animated Missing Link.
Will Smith plays secret agent Lance Sterling and Tom Holland plays his nerdy gadget guy Walter in next year’s animated comedy from Blue Sky Studios, Spies in Disguise.