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On The Shelf: @BoomStudios Preview of ‘THE POWER OF THE DARK CRYSTAL’

Archaia, an award-winning imprint of publisher BOOM! Studios, and The Jim Henson Company, an established leader in family entertainment for over 60 years, are excited to announce… 509 more words

Jim Henson Company Developing Movie Based on Terry Pratchett's 'Wee Free Men'

The Jim Henson Company is developing a movie based on Terry Pratchett’s fantasy novel “The Wee Free Men.”

The film adaption will be written by his daughter Rhianna Pratchett, best known for writing videogames such as the reboot of “Tomb Raider,” “Heavenly Sword” and “Overlord.” She is co-director of independent production company Narrativia. 159 more words


Some Fantastic Movie News!

The Jim Henson Company has announced…wait for it…a Discworld movie! The movie will be based off the novel The Wee Free Men, which I feel is an excellent choice, though I’ll bet you they change the name when it’s released as a film.

So very good news indeed!

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The Jim Henson Company to Bring Pratchett's Wee Free Men to the Big Screen

The Guild was happy to hear that Wee Free Men by one of our favorite authors is being adapted for the silver screen. It’s a partnership between Pratchett’s own company Narrativia and the famed company that brought us Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal. 837 more words

Brian Henson talks to me (sorta)

As many of you know, I am a massive puppetry fan and have even written comedy for puppets (nasty beggars). And one of my favourite puppet performances–only after my own… 159 more words

My Life

The Jim Henson Company is continuing to expand the global presence of Dinosaur Train‘s consumer products program, bringing on several new licensing partners in key territories to deliver products inspired by the five-time Emmy nominated preschool series created by Craig Bartlett, now in its fourth season. 198 more words


Netflix Sets 'Julie's Greenroom' Preschool Series From Julie Andrews, Jim Henson Co.

Netflix is taking aim at “Sesame Street’s” turf in a deal with Julie Andrews and the Jim Henson Co. for a live-action series about the arts aimed at the preschool demo. 448 more words