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Henry Selick's ‘The Shadow King’ First Look and Voice Cast Revealed

Henry Selick's ‘The Shadow King’ First Look and Voice Cast Revealed

K5 International has unveiled the first photo from Henry Selick's stop motion adventure The Shadow King. They have also announced the full list of voice talent working on the project. Take a look at the photo and read on to find out who will be part of the project.

Here is the full list of voice actors that will be involved in the film.

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Henry Selick's ‘The Shadow King’ Saved; K5 International Acquires the Rights from Disney

Henry Selick's ‘The Shadow King’ Saved; K5 International Acquires the Rights from Disney

Henry Selick, the genius behind The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach and the Oscar® and BAFTA nominated Coraline, is moving forward with Academy Award nominated producer Josh Penn (Beasts of the Southern Wild) and K5 International on his latest feature The Shadow King.

The Shadow King is a deliciously magical tale about nine-year-old New York orphan Hap who hides his fantastically weird hands with long fingers from a cruel world. But when a living shadow girl teaches him to make amazing hand shadows that come to life, his hands become incredible weapons in a shadow war against a ravenous monster bent on killing Hap's brother Richard and ultimately destroying New York.

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Henry Selick to Direct ‘ShadeMaker’

A recent job posting on Creativeheads.net has revealed that Coraline director Henry Selick is next directing the 3D stop-motion feature ShadeMaker for the recently launched Cinderbiter Productions.

Henry Selick is seeking a storyboard supervisor for the film. Here are the following requirements if you are interested in the job.

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Henry Selick Inks Long-Term Deal with Disney/Pixar

In a story from Variety, Henry Selick (Coraline) is returning to Disney where he began his animation career at Disney in the late '70s. He has signed an exclusive long-term deal to make stop-motion features for Disney/Pixar.

The reunion also is a very personal one, putting Selick in business with long-time friends John Lasseter (Cars) and director Brad Bird (Ratatouille).

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