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Mikros Image signs for Spice Factory’s latest 3D Blockbuster

June 12, 2014

Brighton, UK

Mikros Image signs for Spice Factory’s latest 3D Blockbuster The animation studio behind the famous children cartoons, Little Princess and Asterix, has been signed as one of the animator houses for the latest 3D animation movie by Spice Factory UK (, Gummy Bear 3D.

When it comes to the selection of animation studios for the new movie, Stealth Media Films has no hesitation in appointing Mikros Image to be the lead animators for its latest movie. The CEO of Spice Factory Ltd, Michael L Cowan commented: “Mikros image has a proven track record for producing family, comedy animations. Having them on board for Gummy Bear 3D: The Movie, ensures the film will be a great success for both our young and adult viewers.”

The animation features Gummy and his friends; a vegetarian vampire bat, a cat and a chameleon, who fight to save an alien world from destruction. The main role of Gummy is to be voiced by family man, John Travolta. Stealth have also enlisted Kelly Preston, Travolta’s wife and their 14 year-old daughter, Ella Blue Travolta to also star in the film.

The animation is brought to you by the writer of Bad Boys, George Gallo. With its scripts having just been recently signed off, the movie is now officially in the pre-production stage. Gummy Bear 3D is set to be ready for delivery in November 2015.

The line-up of producers working on the film include Oscar Generale, who recently got engaged at Cannes Film Festival, Jonathan Vanger and Michael Cowan of the UK’s Spice Factory.

Stealth Media Group (, the lead Sales Agent for the film, have reported worldwide interest in the film. Matthew Kaye - PR Manager

Contact number - 01132460183

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