Laika Shows What Goes On Behind The Scenes During BoxTrolls End Credits

No stranger to the world of stop-motion animation, Laika (not to be confused with Leica), the production group behind 2009’s Coraline, has put together an insightful look at what it takes to put together a stop-motion film, which it included as the end credits to the company’s most recently released film, the Oscar-nominated, stop-motion full feature The Box Trolls.

According to Colossal’s Christopher Jobson, who saw the film in theaters with his son, “This single scene caused a more vocal response from the audience than any other moment in the entire movie. People were literally gasping, myself included.”

Watch the short. one-minute clip below, which is both whimsical, and incredibly humbling when you see just how much work goes into the stop-motion masterpieces that become hits.





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