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«Rovio Entertainment» will shoot full-length animated film based on the game «Angry Birds»

The company «Rovio Entertainment» (a game developer) confirmed that they will shoot an animated feature based on the game «Angry Birds» on their own money to keep the "full creative control." The film will be produced by John Cohen who worked on the animated film "Despicable Me". The executive producer will be David Maisel, known for "The Incredible Hulk", "Iron Man", "Thor" and "The First Avenger."

«Rovio Entertainment» will shoot full-length animated film based on the game «Angry Birds»

Tremble fans! It became known that on the third anniversary of the game's release «Angry Birds», its developer Rovio Entertainment signed a deal with the producer of animated film "Despicable Me", who will produce next animated feature based on «Angry Birds».

«Rovio Entertainment» will shoot full-length animated film based on the game «Angry Birds»

It also became known that the former chairman of the «Marvel Studios» and the executive producer of the blockbuster "Iron Man" David Maisel will become the executive producer of the future cartoon, which will be released in the summer 2016.

«Rovio Entertainment» will shoot full-length animated film based on the game «Angry Birds»

Following the example of «Marvel Studios», Rovio will produce and finance the project outside the studio system and thereby they will get a full control. The system was invented by David Maisel.

With all platforms and versions the game «Angry Birds» has been downloaded more than a billion times since its first release in 2009. The last version of the game «Angry Birds Star Wars» rocketed into the top of the rating of the USA programs since 2.5 hours after the release

«Angry Birds» is a puzzle game developed by Finnish company «Rovio Mobile». The player must shoot birds using a slingshot on green pigs that are placed on different structures. Since its first release for Apple iOS, in December 2009, it has been sold more than 12 million copies of the game.

Source: Digital Spy

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