Dating mr huggles
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A campaign has been launched to help fund a comic book described as Toy Story meets the Walking Dead by its creators.
Now we just need a little help to make it a movie...
Writers Heather Turman and David Mickel were introduced through Newfilmmakers LA to award-winning director Jillian Armenante, and together the three of them joined forces to produce Stuck!
Irma, Taranee, Cornelia and Hay Lin must travel to Meridian after Will is captured by Cedric and Vathek. They plant the key on General Raythor so that he, instead of Vathek, will be thrown into the Abyss of Shadows.
They cannot transform without Will, who dropped the Heart of Kandrakar in the struggle. The girls make their way through Meridian, finding Will's pit-like prison, where she is kept with Caleb and a smelly creature named Blunk. In the B-story, Hay Lin decides to create some new clothes for Caleb to help him blend in on Earth.
They throw the Heart down to Will and transform to escape the castle. It is Will's thirteenth birthday and she does not want a party.
She is shown to be very protective of her two children.The storyline of the comic revolves around two toys, Kitty-Kat and Robert the Robot, who find themselves thrown together despite their differences, in a world where humans no longer have any need for toys.The first issue sees the pair meet Mr Huggles, which triggers a train of events that will change all their lives forever.Together, the three of them did something remarkable -- completed a successful Kickstarter campaign, were given a production grant from Movie Maker Magazine, got announced in a Deadline article ( But as all filmmakers know, shooting is only half the battle.The project we poured our hearts and talents into is in limbo, as we need to now pay for editing, color-correction, sound, music, titles, looping, reshoots, etcetera, etcetera... Armenante has dedicated her artistic life to creating original stories and new works.