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Leonardo DaVinci Was A Loser

This intriguing statement is made in some of the most inspiring videos I’ve ever seen. Adam Westbrook is the creator of Delve, and the videos produced there. Through Delve, Westbrook has made an inspiring video series called “The Long Game” which proposes that genius isn’t born, it’s crafted over years of hard work.

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RT @DisneyTVANews@twitter.com

.@Disney@twitter.com Cartoons Late 2020- Onward

Hear that you are praising the current strong lineup of Disney Cartoons with hits like DuckTales, Big Hero 6 The Series, Big City Greens, Amphibia & The Owl House

So let's look at the future and see your new favorites!

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DisneyTVANews/stat

RT @illustrevor@twitter.com

Y'all ever have bits of animation tattooed on your brain? I think about this turn movement a lot. twitter.com/Animation_Force/st

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RT @fergilmx@twitter.com

@Animation_Force@twitter.com @LAIKAStudios@twitter.com @ShannonTindle_1@twitter.com My kids are still scared of those two, and will shudder every time they hear While My Guitar Gently Weeps, even if it's the original Beatles version.

Oh, I LOVE that movie so much!

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13) The Black Cauldron: Disney’s worst kept secret failure has a solid following because of the dark fantasy’s heart. Check it out on @disneyplus@twitter.com

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12) Kubo and the Two Strings: “If you must blink, do it now.”

Kubo’s aunts are the creepiest things LAIKA has animated since Coraline, and the film itself is a breath-taking adventure story you should not miss. 
@LAIKAStudios@twitter.com @ShannonTindle_1@twitter.com

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11) Coco: @Pixar@twitter.com’s story of a boy wants so badly to be a musician that he faces down his ancestors in the Land of the Dead, risking it all to uncover the truth of why his family hates what he loves. @pixarcoco@twitter.com

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10) A Monster in Paris: This French animated feature is not particularly creepy, as long as you aren’t frightened by a gigantic (albeit singing) bug. @PrimeVideo@twitter.com

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9) Corpse Bride: Tim Burton’s directorial debut was also animated by LAIKA on freelance terms, so you know it will satisfy that stop motion spooky itch you get every October.

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8) Monster House: Three kids investigate a house that appears to be eating the neighbors. Did we mention it was co-written by @RickandMorty@twitter.com and @nbccommunity@twitter.com creator Dan Harmon?

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7) The Addams Family: This 2019 film is more cooky than creepy, but it’s a delight to see the Addams in animation.

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6) The Nightmare Before Christmas: Make it a Henry Selick double-feature with this dual-holiday special. @disneyplus@twitter.com

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5) Coraline: This stop-motion adaptation of the @neilhimself@twitter.com novel was directed by Henry Selick and launched @LAIKAStudios@twitter.com.

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4) The Brave Little Toaster: it’s probably still going to give you weird nightmares.

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3) Revolting Rhymes: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl’s creepy fairy retellings are beautifully rendered in a two-part miniseries.

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2) ParaNorman: @LAIKAStudios@twitter.com’ stop-motion charmer features a kid whose off-putting ability to see and speak to ghosts ends up being the only hope to prevent the apocalypse.

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This mythical Japanese bathhouse folktale by Studio Ghibli is probably the most beautiful animated film on our list. @GKIDSfilms@twitter.com

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We're ready for more @hildatheseries@twitter.com now, but I guess we can wait until December to see what great adventures Season 2 of Hilda will take us on! tmblr.co/ZdNsfsZ4tm_XSy00

NYCC Online: Catch up with Crunchyroll Originals for its 2020 season of original content, including previews of Onyx Equinox and three WEBTOON coproductions! tmblr.co/ZdNsfsZ4hTeomm00

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