That life seemingly skipped from 2019 to 2021 in the blink of an eye was both good and bad for Netflix’s animated adaptation a classic comic book series Bone. On the one hand, there is a very good chance in the past year you may have forgotten that this was even the case. On the other hand, behind the scenes, he allowed creator Jeff Smith to bring together the best people to bring his world to life. They just won’t tell you who they are yet.
“There were a few people who worked on some shows that I did [asked about] because I watched a bunch of Cartoon Network shows and some Netflix shows, ”Smith said in an interview with Polygon. “Is that person nearby? Can we get this person? What is this guy doing now? Or what is she doing? ‘And thanks to the pandemic, I was able to get everything I wanted.” Which, Smith knows, doesn’t sound great. The pandemic was no good thing to anyone. But the passage of time and movement in different shows meant all the people he hoped they could work on Bone suddenly became available.
“I say‘ thank you ’because there were people who had contracts, but we were about eight or nine months late because of the pandemic,” he continued. “[By that time] the contracts were over and I got everything I wanted. I don’t really want to say who they are, because I don’t want to steal the thunder of Netflix, but, yes. I have my own dream team from animation and so far I’m pretty excited about it. “
So who are the people who have worked on the great animated shows Cartoon Network and Netflix that Smith could have poached in the past year? Guess below. But once Smith is ready to tell us who these people are, it means just to see Bone finally revived—after many second iterations“It’s so much closer to reality.”
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