The new film “Spirit Animals” has been in development for about a year now.
It’s set in the 1920s, and stars a woman who becomes a spirit animal.
The story follows the woman as she fights her demons and comes to terms with the fact that she is a spirit.
The film was shot in Toronto, Ontario, and it was made by the same team that made “The Lion King.”
Director Adam McKay says that the team “took their time, looked at a lot of different places, and found a way to do it.”
“The idea of bringing together a film crew from different parts of the country, and making the film in different locations, I think that was really a huge success,” he says.
“And the people involved were really excited about it.
We’ve got all of these very different cultures, all of them trying to figure out how to make a film that captures their world and their culture and their world of art.”
The film, which was released in Canada on April 6, was shot on location in the same studio where the “Beauty and the Beast” film is made, and is set to hit theaters in July.
McKay says the filmmakers were careful not to “tilt” the film too much, but that it was a collaborative effort.
“I’ve never been to a place like this before, and the people working there have done an incredible job.” “
The people working on the film have had a really good time,” he adds.
“I’ve never been to a place like this before, and the people working there have done an incredible job.”
The Spirit Animals featurette at the Toronto International Film Festival.
“Spirit animals are not just animals, they are people,” McKay says.
The Spirit Animal is a fictional character who is a very talented artist who is searching for a way out of her own demons.
“She has a dream and she has a desire to be an artist,” he explains.
“As she gets more experience she starts to realize she can’t make it alone.
So, she goes on a journey to find people who will be willing to give her the opportunity.
She becomes a person in the spirit world.”
“There are a lot more animals in the world today,” McKay adds.
There are also some supernatural creatures, like the polar bear, and a dragon.
“So, I guess, I’m just excited to see how people respond to it and it’s going to be really cool to see what happens in the end,” McKay concludes. “
When you go out and see something that you know to be a real animal, and you see it with your own eyes, and then see it for yourself and you say, ‘Wow, that’s amazing,'” he says, he adds that this type of filmmaking has “really captured the spirit of this story, and how we’re all here.”
“So, I guess, I’m just excited to see how people respond to it and it’s going to be really cool to see what happens in the end,” McKay concludes.
The new movie is directed by Scott J. Schoonmaker and features a cast that includes James Marsden, Jaimie Alexander, Olivia Wilde, Laura Dern, Zoe Kravitz, and Rachel Weisz.
You can watch “Spirit Animal” in the trailer below.
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