Disappointing news for an animated film Reds and Greys featuring David Tennant as one of the voice talents. It looks like the film may have hit a speed bump.
In October 2016, the film’s production company, Nottage Productions, released the following statement:
“Nottage Productions and Reds and Grays Ltd are disappointed to announce that Tony Kobrossi, Entertainment Ventures and Film Ventures are no longer attached or involved in the animated feature film Reds and Grays”
Back in March of 2015, Entertainment Ventures and Nottage Productions secured theatrical distribution for the film worldwide by Universal Pictures.
About Reds and Greys
The creative force behind Reds and Greys is Tony Nottage of Nottage Productions, who has the dual role of writer and producer along with Tony Korbrossi, CEO of Entertainment Ventures. Nottage previously produced Saving Santa starring Martin Freeman (Hobbit, Sherlock), Tim Curry, Noel Clarke (Doctor Who) and Pam Ferris (Nativity). Leon Joosen, an experienced animation director of such films as The Little Mermaid, will direct. Joel Foster (The Amazing Spider-Man, Walking With Dinosaurs) will co-direct and write the screen play and the music will be composed by Grant Olding (Saving Santa)
The story is billed as a romantic comedy adventure surrounding the war between the Red and Gray Squirrels. David Tennant voices the character Robbie while Lena Headey (Game of Thrones) portrays Kiona. The film also stars the voices of Oscar winner Melissa Leo (The Fighter) as Martha, Christopher Plummer (Sound of Music), Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense) as Meryl, Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games), Lee Pace (The Hobbit) as Planter, Alan Tudyk (Frozen), Gemma Arterton (Prince of Persia) as Sammy, Max Charles (The Amazing Spider-Man) as Petey, and Eva Bella (Frozen) as Young Meryl.
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