Disney Television Animation has been parked inside the Frank Wells Building on the Burbank lot for a goodly number of years now, but that's ending. Said a staffer:
"We're out of here the middle of September, going over to Sonora in Glendale. A bunch of lawyers will be getting the nice window views of all the trees. Nobody's happy about it, except it is nice to have a job ..."
A couple of other artists mentioned how Phineas and Ferb crew will be going on hiatus while the wait continues for the dynamic duo's new-season pickup.
"Everyone on the show has been working their butts off for the past year -- doing the movie at the same time the series was in work. And now people are having to take hiatuses and they're not super pleased."
I said I found it hard to believe there wouldn't be new episodes coming along, since the show is a major hit.
Disney Channel's original movie Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension averaged 7.6 million in its Friday night premiere ... [The feature] was the most watched original movie of the year among total viewers as well as kids 6 to 11 (3.4 million); and tweens 9 to 14 (2.6 million). ...
With numbers like that, and Chairman Iger touting it to financial analysts, anyone seriously believe there's not a whole lot of extra P and F installments on the horizon? But in the meanwhile, artists wait ...