ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

We are excited about ‘Angry Birds 2’: Pete Oswald

We are excited about ‘Angry Birds 2’: Pete Oswald
Highlights

Pete Oswald who donned the role of production manager for ‘Angry Birds’ will reprise his role in the upcoming sequel. Angry Birds was aired on Sony Pix recently

Pete Oswald who donned the role of production manager for ‘Angry Birds’ will reprise his role in the upcoming sequel. Angry Birds was aired on Sony Pix recently

Since the mobile phones became smarter, the games have become innovative. It doesn’t take long to get addicted to that world and gaming enthusiasts arduously spend hours to tactically advance to the next level. One such game, which gained immense popularity upon release was ‘Angry Birds’.

Developed by Rovio Entertainment, it became a rage and due to its fame, it was made into an animated feature film, which was released in 2016. Now, a sequel is on cards and production of the film is in full swing. Scheduled to be released in 2019, the ‘Angry Birds 2’ has Pete Oswald as its production manager, who also donned the same designation in the first instalment of the movie.

Speaking about the sequel, Pete says, “I cannot reveal much at this juncture, however, I can say that the sequel will be a great movie and the birds are set onto a new adventure. We are working hard for the film and we all are excited about it.”

Oswald – nominated twice for the prestigious Annie Awards, has worked for movies like ‘Hotel Transylvania’, ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’, ‘Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa’ and an animated TV series ‘Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends’.

The ‘Angry Birds Movie 2’ will be directed by Thurop Van Orman and will have voice cast of Jason Sudeikis as Red, Josh Gad as speedy Chuck, Danny McBride as the volatile Bomb, Bill Hader as a pig, Maya Rudolph as Matilda, and Peter Dinklage as the Mighty Eagle.

Pete states that he was a huge fan of the game before the movie happened. About bringing the non-verbal characters of the game on the screen he shares, “When you have to chalk out the characters you start to think like them. They become a part of you till it comes on the big screen. My team and I spent hours to bring these characters on the screen and give them a life. It was a tedious task but feels good when you see them on the screen.”

Apart from working in Hollywood Pete also illustrates children’s books. “I have two books in the pipeline and they will hopefully release at the end of the year. The medium gives me an opportunity to explore and it is fun drawing for kids,” he concludes.

Show Full Article
Download The Hans India Android App or iOS App for the Latest update on your phone.
Subscribed Failed...
Subscribed Successfully...
More Stories


Top