Peter Chung



Cartoon Network's CGI movie Firebreather Has Daddy Issues


High school, for any kid, is tough enough. But if you're half-human, half-Kaiju (a "monster" in the Godzilla genre), it's a mess. Cartoon Network's first original CGI movie, Firebreather, follows 16-year-old Duncan Rosenblatt (voiced by Jesse Head) as he deals with his unique appearance (scaly skin, pointy teeth, etc.), superhuman abilities, typical girl troubles and an estranged father the size of a skyscraper who now wants a relationship with his son.

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How Aeon Flux Leaped from TV to Theaters

Charlize Theron in Aeon Flux

Peter Chung was a director for the Nickelodeon series Rugrats when he first came up with the idea for Aeon Flux. Set in the future and following a character who is one part nihilistic assassin and one part sexually charged vixen, TV's Aeon was a slight departure from the adventures of mischievous talking babies. Ultimately, it would become Chung's contribution to MTV's experiment in adult-oriented animation called Liquid Television and would earn its own series of full-length episodes. A decade later the slinky shooter is set to make her big-screen debut in Aeon Flux, with read more

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