Behind Seth Green’s stop-motion animation success   Leave a comment

By  November 26, 2012: 11:42 AM ET

Robot Chicken’s Seth Green and John Harvatine discuss the trials of pitching Robot Chicken to Harrison Ford and why the company has an RV for a conference room.

FORTUNE – The folks behind Cartoon Network’s Robot Chicken care, deeply, about what happens to a Miley Cyrus doll. To make it onto the show, that doll must have started as a writer’s brainchild, survived the pitch process, and undergone hours of arduous stop-motion animation. When an animated Miley Cyrus doll gets hauled around,Weekend at Bernie’s-style, by other pop culture characters in miniature, what seems like a series of silly, possibly sick jokes is the result of specific creative choices and strict management.

Robot Chicken, which aired its sixth season in September as part of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim lineup, recently found a new home — Seth Green and Matt Senreich’s original production company Stoopid Monkey, LLC merged this year with John Harvatine IV and Eric Towner’s Buddy Systems Studios to form the current hybrid incarnation: Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.

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Posted November 30, 2012 by Amber Dawn in Interviews, Robot Chicken

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