The next feature from Netflix stock footage - Orion's Darkオ Oh, Ultraman-.

We're in the midst of Netflix's annual fandom-focused marketing event Geeked Week, with streamers today making several major animation-related announcements and sharing new footage from the upcoming 4 titles.

In addition to details and footage from upcoming features Orion and Dark, Ultraman: Rising, Leo, Streamer has announced a new animated series from Dreamworks Animation, Jurassic World: Chaos Theory.

Details of all 4 titles can be found below.

What's New – Netflix has shared the first trailer for this exciting project and revealed that it will hit the platform in 2024/2/2. Netflix has also released a new poster and a few stills seen below.

Production Details: Based on Emma Yarlett's book of the same name, the film is written by Charlie Kaufman (John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of a Dirty Heart) and directed by Sean Charmatz (story artist, Spongebob SquarePants).; Head of Story, Angry Birds Movie 2), Orion and Dark, The movie is being produced by Dreamworks Animation and in the first of its kind agreement between the two companies Netflix The film was announced at Annecy on 6 May, where it caught up with Charmatz and some of the film's crew to give us a scoop on the new film.

Synopsis: Orion seems a lot like your average elementary school kid – shy, unassuming, harboring a clandestine crush. But beneath his seemingly normal appearance, Orion is a ball of adolescent anxiety, a bee, a dog, a sea, a cell phone wave, a murderous ditch clown, and even falling off a cliff.But of all his fears, what he fears the most is what he faces every night: darkness. So, when the literal embodiment of his worst fears pays a visit, Dark lather Orion on a rollercoaster ride around the world to prove that there's nothing to fear at night. As the unlikely pair approaches, Orion has to decide whether he can learn to accept the unknown – so that fear can stop taking control of his life and eventually accept the joy of living.

What's New - This is the first teaser for Ultraman: Rising and comes with new voice cast details. The cast includes Christopher Shawn, Gede Watanabe, Tamlin Tomita Keane Young, and Julia Harriman. Netflix has also released 4 new stills, shown below.

Production Details: Ultraman: Rising is directed by Shannon Tindall (Lost Ollie, Kubo and Two Strings), who co-wrote the screenplay with Mark Hyms (), and co-directed by John Aoshima (DuckTales, Gravity Falls). Produced by Netflix Animation, Industrial Light & Magic, and Tsuburaya Productions.

Logline: When baseball superstar Takeshi Sato returns to Japan to pick up the mantle of the earth-protecting superhero Ultraman, he soon discovers that he is a descendant of his greatest enemy

What's New- all. This series was announced today in a simple teaser. The show will start streaming sometime in 2024.

Production Details: Produced by Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment in animation from Dreamworks Animation, Jurassic World: Chaos Theory is produced by Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous producer Scott Brown. Produced by Creamer and Aaron Hammersley. Other executive producers include Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow and Frank Marshall.

Logline: Netflix hasn't released an overview of this work yet, so all we have is a short teaser and logline: "After the park is closed, after the kingdom collapses, a new era of chaos begins..."

What's New – Leo's Netflix debut is coming soon, 11/21, and we already know a lot about the film, as the film will receive 150 free screenings in 300 US theaters this Saturday and Sunday. Netflix has released a new clip for Geeked Week, which gives us the best look at the titular lizard that Adam Sandler actually spoke to.

Production Details: Leo offers animation by Animal Logic (Lego Movie, DC League Of Super-Pets), which was acquired by Netflix last year. Directed by Robert Smigel, Robert Marianetti and David Wachtenheim, Sandler is a longtime collaborator. Smigel, also creator of Triumph Insult cartoon Dog, was a co-writer of Hotel Transylvania and Hotel Transylvania 2, with Marianetti and Wachtenheim as the heads of the latter stories. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, he appeared in a segment of Saturday Night Live's popular animated TV Funhouse. Leo is produced by Sandler's Happy Madison Productions.

Synopsis: This adult animated musical comedy is about the last year of elementary school, as seen through the eyes of a class pet. A tired 74-year-old lizard Leo has been stuck in the same Florida classroom for decades with his terrarium fellow tortoise. When he learns that he has only one year left to live, he plans to escape to experience life outside, but instead gets caught up in the problems of his anxious students - including an incredibly average alternative teacher. It will be the weirdest but most rewarding bucket list ever...