He created and produced a generation of beloved cartoon characters, from the animated versions of John, Paul, George and Ringo in “Yellow Submarine” to the “Scooby Doo” gang.Now 77 and retired, Campbell took a page out of legendary animator Chuck Jones’ playbook, who retired and then started doing paintings of his characters — Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the like.Will it most likely follow the usual biopic tropes? But, nevertheless, we're all for Elba finally receiving his all-eyes-on-him moment.The list of the missing includes KQED freelance producer Alex Frantz Ghassan, who posted a video of what appeared to be the party scene about an hour before the fire. Now, their loved ones wait in excruciating agony for news.
She is known for her role as Carmen Cortez in the Spy Kids film series and Shilo Wallace in the film Repo! In 2009, she starred as the title character Ruby Gallagher in the ABC Family series Ruby & The Rockits.“I remember telling my grandmother, and she said, ‘Ronnie, they’re drawings.’” It was his first epiphany, he says.“You mean I can draw something, and it can come alive? “I started drawing, and I never stopped.” Campbell became one of the world’s top animators, working in his native Australia and in the United States.Most mornings, Ron Johnson rises just after 4 a.m., without the use of an alarm clock, and sets off on a five-mile run.“My strategy is, if I wake up before 3 a.m., I go back to sleep,” he explains to a group of his employees, a dozen men and women in their twenties who listen with a mix of awe and a little horror.