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Courtesy of The Walt Disney Company/Getty ImagesFire apparatus footage from the film “The Fireman” from Disney’s 1989 animated film “Fireman.”
Courtesy of The Disney CompanyThe Walt Disney Co. is developing a new live-action animated feature film based on the 1989 Disney animated film The Fireman.
The movie, which has not been officially announced, will be directed by the director of the upcoming live-art short film The Man Who Stole Christmas, Chris Williams.
The project is based on Williams’ story and the work of a group of artists, including a team of fire apparatus artists who created the animated scenes in the film.
A film crew from the Disney Animation Studios in Los Angeles is shooting a live-actment scene that will be filmed for The Firemans new feature film.
The footage will be used in the upcoming feature, which is slated to be released in theaters in 2017.
The Firemans animated film is the second live-work video project from Williams, after his 2013 short “Firestorm,” which has grossed more than $30 million at the box office.
Williams’ latest short, “Firewall,” was the subject of a 2013 Sundance Film Festival competition and the film won best animated short film.
Williams is also working on the first live-comedy short film from his company, the animation company Wacky World Productions, which will be released later this year.
Wacky World, which was founded in 2008, is the first of the company’s projects.
In 2016, Wacky Worlds director of animation Jason Kuntz won the prestigious award for his work on the animated short “Pixarland,” which was the top-grossing animated short of 2016.
“Pixarkland” was produced by Pixar, which owns both Pixar Animation Studios and Warner Bros. Animation Studios.
The animated short was released as a feature in theaters.