Wendell & Wild features a diverse cast, who fill out its many characters. Comedians Key and Peele play Wendell and Wild, the pair of demon brothers who scheme to break away from their place in the underworld. Joining them on this fantastical, dark and comedic adventure are Lyric Ross as Kat, Angela Bassett as Sister Helly, James Hong as Father Bests, and Ving Rhames as Buffalo Belzer. The cast also includes Tamara Smart, Natalie Martinez, Tantoo Cardinal, Gabrielle Dennis, Igal Naor, David Harewood, Maxine Peake, Ramona Young, Sam Zelaya, Seema Virdi, and Gary Gatewood. This stop motion film is brought to us by creator Henry Selick - who also made the stop motion classics Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach, and Coraline. In this video we’ll take a look at behind the scenes of Wendell & Wild, covering some of how the team approached this stop motion production. How did creator Henry Selick come up with the idea for Wendell & Wild? What was Jordan Peele’s secret about stop motion? What’s the difference between CG animation and stop motion? How do stop motion animators pose puppets? What keeps stop motion puppets in place? Wendell & Wild is a welcome return to stop motion film making from creator Henry Selick. We haven’t seen a new film from him in over ten years! This spooky adventure lives up to the hype, and leaves us with many curiosities and questions. How do they do it? What goes into making a full length stop motion film like Wendell & Wild? Why use stop motion and not just computer animation? We’re excited to see Henry Selick’s return to the stop motion film making world, and to learn more about how it’s done! What about the stop motion process was most curious for you? Let us know in the comments below! Subscribe: 🤍bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Things Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:24 Evacuate the Puppets 01:17 Making “The Actors” 01:59 Face Off 02:29 More than Usual 03:17 Special Spooky Skeletons 04:00 Stop Motion vs CGI 04:33 How Long? 05:20 Hell-ish Home 05:55 Kids These Days 06:24 Key & Peele 06:53 They Said Yes! 07:38 Outro Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍🤍facebook.com/TheThingscom/ Instagram: 🤍🤍instagram.com/thethingsofficial_/ For more videos and articles visit: 🤍🤍thethings.com Written by: S. Cullen Narrated by: Kydra Ryan Edited by: Joaquín Rodríguez For copyright matters please contact us at: legal🤍valnetinc.com
I watched all of the movie it was good!
Love the stop motion dint care for the writing
I LOVED this movie 😭😭😭😍😍😍😍😍😍
:) wi wish i can help them :_)
the animation was great but the story, the editing, script, literally everything besides the animation was pure shit, super disappointing tbh
being honest, i didnt even know it was stop motion when i watched it!
The underworld reminded me of Purgatory in Monkeybone
I don’t think stop motion will ever go out of style!! I agree, there’s so many cgi movies where everything is perfect and polished. It is refreshing to see stop motion every few years and I love it dearly💖💖
Stop Motion Animation - great
Character design - great
Story/plot - absolutely trash. Magic hair cream is the central part of the entire story, everything that leads up to the conclusion would be impossible without it.
wendell and wild, while it had hell plot lines that started in the middle of something, stayed open ended and unresolved, etc etc, the social commentary was astounding. watching it to simply enjoy was cool. but there was too many obvious real life scenarios and facts to ignore. If you didn't catch it all, watch it again. It's soooo good
Stop Motion is my favourite type of animation.
It's unique and you see it only a few, since there's bigger work and everything takes longer than CGI, but CGI is also hard work.
Stop Motion is something that is made with care and patience.
I've done facial replacement animation, and leaving the seam saves a ton of work in touching it up in Photoshop.
Stop motion is making a great come back
she did not say 'ghetto director jordan peele' lol
This movie was okay. It was very dissatisfying.
I like the stop motion, and the original concept. But I didn't quite feel this movie as much as some of the classics.
I'm definitely going to see this when it comes out this looks awesome!
Crazy that this video is just a supercut of the interview and footage from Adam Savage's TESTED interview with Sellick.
I want a stop motion of a character making a stop motion film