Animation Logic to Make Betty Boop Feature

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LOS ANGELES–Betty Boop, international animation icon and leading lady, together with Animal Logic Entertainment and Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment, plan to develop and produce Betty Boop’s first feature-length film.

Partnering with Fleischer Studios, Animal Logic and Syco Entertainment will produce a music-driven hybrid animated comedy featuring universally adored screen starlet Betty Boop. 

Queen of the animation world, Betty Boop is one of the most loved and sought-after animated characters of the past and present centuries with accolades spanning film and television, fashion and music. Having first hit screens in 1930 with numerous appearances in Max Fleischer’s Talkartoons and her own “Betty Boop” cartoon series, her popularity has continued to grow through the decades. Most recently, she has taken her career to new heights, starring in a Lancôme campaign and featuring in collaborations with Coca-Cola, NASCAR, UNIQLO and Chupa Chups. Betty also has countless other global commercial and mass merchandising deals through her exclusive worldwide licensing agency, King Features 

Betty’s last movie appearance was a cameo in the blockbuster movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988). Her millions of fans spanning generations have made her one of the most recognizable characters in the world and are eagerly awaiting her return to the silver screen.

The film, which will be produced by Zareh Nalbandian and Jason Lust from Animal Logic and Simon Cowell and Adam Milano from Syco, promises to be an exciting addition to the Animal Logic and Syco Entertainment growing development slate with broad audience appeal.
 
Zareh Nalbandian, Animal Logic’s CEO, said, “I’m thrilled that Animal Logic is part of this exciting new collaboration with Betty.  She’s an amazing, iconic and loved character, and we’re going to have so much fun producing her 21st century big screen debut.”


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