Netflix plans to scale up to six feature-length animated movies every year, co-CEO Ted Sarandos has revealed. That would mean surpassing Hollywood’s biggest studios — including Disney, Pixar, Sony Pictures Animation, Universal Pictures’ DreamWorks Animation and Illumination, and Warner Bros. — which usually release two to four animated films a year.
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