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Interest Toei Animation to Co-Produce French Cartoon Miraculous
posted on 2012-06-06 10:30 EDT
The entertainment trade magazine Variety reported on Wednesday that Toei Animation will co-produce the upcoming animated series Miraculous (tentative title) with the French animation company Zagtoon. The comedy action series will be set in Paris and will follow the adventures of a justice-seeking teenage girl named Marinette who has super powers.
Variety reported that the 26-episode series has a budget of US$11.2 million and has a "colorful manga style." Aton Soumache's Method Animation (The Little Prince) studio is also co-producing the series.
Miraculous is currently in production.
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