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The Nut Job butters up for the small screen

Canadian studios Toonbox and Pipeline have unveiled a joint venture to collaborate on new projects from existing IP, including The Nut Job franchise.

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Cracking the The Nut Job code

The Nut Job 2 producer Harry Linden tells Playback how Toonbox and its partners plan to top the box-office success of the first film.

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Could Canada lure Dean Deblois back?

The How to Train Your Dragon 2 writer and director on career momentum, indie animation and why he’d “love to come and make a movie here [in Canada] sometime.”

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ToonBox expands with L.A. office

ToonBox has also set up a working division in the same building as development and production partner Gulfstream Pictures, based out of the Warner Bros. lot.

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Canadian Cinema Editors name 2014 winners

Enemy and Orphan Black are among the projects recognized at the fourth edition of the annual awards gala. (Enemy pictured)

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‘The Nut Job’ app cracks market in advance of theatrical release

The paid app promoting the 3D animated feature – a Canada-South Korea-U.S. coproduction – is launching wide ahead of the film’s release next week.

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ToonBox hires Disney scribe for new feature

Toronto’s ToonBox Entertainment has brought veteran animation screenwriter Lorne Cameron on board to pen its upcoming S3D feature film The Nut Job.