Disney is shutting down Ice Age animation studio Blue Sky and canceling its last film

Disney is closing down Blue Sky Studios, the movement house answerable for the Ice Age films, as indicated by Deadline. The explanation refered to by a studio representative is the “current economic realities,” likely alluding to COVID, which has hit the film business in various manners.

Blue Sky recently operated under twentieth Century Fox’s activity division yet turned into a piece of Disney when the organization assumed control over the aggregate of Fox’s film and TV show-production business in 2019. That included admittance to the X-Men establishment — something that may before long turn out to be socially applicable — and Blue Sky Studios. Disney will be retaining all of Blue Sky’s characters and IP, including its most famous establishments, Ice Age and Rio. Cutoff time reports that there are plans for a Disney Plus show including Ice Age characters.

The studio likewise delivered an assortment of CGI films they recall affectionately from my adolescence, similar to Robots, and some new motion pictures they truly delighted in, for example, 2015’s The Peanuts Movie and Ferdinand. The studio’s most recent, and clearly last, film was 2019’s Spies in Disguise. The film it was chipping away at, Nimona, is being dropped with 10 months left underway.

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