As projected, the long-anticipated Netflix’s Bubble firm, the next stunning anime adventure, is now officially released today on the international versions of Netflix. Netflix disclosed this via a Twitter post when the live streaming began.
In recent times, the American streaming service and production company has been ramping up its anime licensing and production, resulting in a slew of new anime series and feature films with distinct looks. The delicately titled Bubble, which has a name that belies exactly how much has been packed into it, was one of the most fascinating new film ventures.
Netflix’s Bubble is an anime movie produced by Wit Studio, the team behind seasons 1-3 of Attack on Titan, Vinland Saga, Seraph of the End, and Great Pretender. The new Netflix film by Judd Apatow follows the cast and crew of a blockbuster film as they attempt to shoot their picture during the pandemic while holed up in a hotel.
The film in “The Bubble” is titled “Cliff Beasts: 6,” and the cast’s rugged and colorful athletic clothes, as well as the beasts themselves, which are basically flying dinosaurs: top-heavy with tiny arms, harken back to the “Jurassic” franchise. It was also the sixth “Jurassic” picture to be plagued by so many problems, “Lost in La Mancha.” The characters in “The Bubble” also have a limitless supply of food that is prepared and cleaned for them.
Eve composed the opening theme, Bubble ft. Uta. The fast-paced and up-tempo track foreshadows the film’s more intense sequences and the doom that awaits the two main protagonists. Eve said he was profoundly moved to perform among so many greats when asked about the theme song’s development.
In his words: “I wrote Bubble for this pure and gentle film, and it took me somewhere I hadn’t been before. The film is set on a magnificent scale with action that you can’t tear your eyes away from. Each character has such a rich personality. I’m so happy to be a part of this project. Please come to the theater and see it for yourself–parkour is so cool!”