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Here comes 'Urban Reggie'

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Here comes 'Urban Reggie'

Postby Charles » Sun Feb 12, 2012 12:32 pm

On October 10, 2011 here on the new AN Forum, I featured an a topic about an animated project on the way entitled 'Urban Reggie'. A Kickstarter campaign was in progress to fun the project.


Although the campaign didn't work out, the creative team behind the project kept moving forward and I'm happy to report they've got a trailer for the property ready to go and playing on YouTube!

Congrats to all involved, especially Ivette and Marilu Molina, my students from CSUN and The Animation Academy, who played a significant part in its production.

Urban Reggie is the high-adrenaline underdog story of a clueless young man from south of the border who comes to America with his even more clueless, oversized younger brother to make it big in Hollywood.

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