News CG Astro Boy Images Appear on IMAGI's Job Fair Posters
posted on 2008-02-18 05:14 EST
Hong Kong studio recruits artists for upcoming projects
Felix Ip, one of IMAGI's directors for the Jikū Bōkenki Zentrix computer graphics series and a producer of last year's TMNT movie, has posted images for his company's job recruitment posters and banner, including three with Astro Boy. IMAGI is producing a computer-graphics film adaptation of Osamu Tezuka's manga robot boy. The art style in the posters does not necessarily reflect the final version that will appear in the film. Warner Brothers and The Weinstein Company are planning to release the film internationally in 2009. IMAGI is holding its job fair in Hong Kong during February 23-24 weekend.
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