An animated film from Gorillaz creators Jamie Hewlett and Damon Albarn is in limbo after Netflix selected to not transfer ahead with the undertaking, Albarn has stated. The function movie starring the animated band was a sufferer of cutbacks and workers shuffling, Albarn claimed in an interview with the Dutch-language Belgian journal Humo (through Stereogum and Deepl). A supply near the state of affairs instructed Pitchfork that the undertaking had not gotten out of the script improvement levels.
Within the interview, Albarn stated he and Hewlett have been concocting a film of some type since 2002, and not too long ago hung out in Los Angeles engaged on it in earnest. In earlier interviews, the pair had described the movie as an “in-depth kinda epic story with the [Gorillaz] characters and music” and “a barely obtuse story that solely typically makes any sense.” The cancellation, Albarn stated, led them to make new album Cracker Island, which is out this Friday, February 24.
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