David Fincher and Tim Miller produce anthology Love, Death & Robots

Love, Death & Robots

David Fincher has teamed up with DEADPOOL director Tim Miller and his visual effects company Blur Studios to craft the animated anthology series Love, Death & Robots for the Netflix streaming service. Fincher and Miller serve as executive producers on the series alongside Jennifer Miller and Josh Donen.

Described by Tim Miller as his "dream project" since it combines "animation and amazing stories", Love, Death & Robots will consist of 18 episodes with a length of 5 to 15 minutes. Each will feature a unique style of animation, from 2D to photo-real 3D CGI, and there will be a variety of genres covered: sci-fi, fantasy, horror, dark comedy, etc.

Tim Miller, who is currently getting a new TERMINATOR sequel ready for a November 1, 2019 release, said:

I'm so f*cking excited that the creative landscape has finally changed enough for adult-themed animation to become part of a larger cultural conversation."

Episode details have not been revealed, but stories will deal with such subjects as werewolf soldiers, robots gone wild, sentient dairy, alien spiders, and blood-thirsty demons from Hell.

When Netflix announced the series, they also released a batch of first look images, which can be seen below. (They're NSFW due to cartoon nipples.)

Love, Death & Robots sounds interesting to me, and with the episodes being so short it should be a very easy show to binge.

Source: PolygonTwitter



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