Quibi has given a inexperienced gentle to Micro Mayhem, a stop-motion animated sequence from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios and eOne.

Created and government produced by Eric Towner (Robotic Rooster), Micro Mayhem is a sequence of over-the-top shorts the place the vehicles are the characters. Impressed by the unique Micro Mayhem viral brief created by Towner and John Harvatine IV, in every self-contained short-form episode, the vehicles set the stage with an immense quantity of perspective and persona within the dialogue-free grindhouse motion sequence. Per the logline: “The sequence combines miniature filmmaking and stop-motion artistry in a wild (and comically violent) journey like no different!”

Jon Favreau’s Golem Creations (The Mandalorian), Seth Inexperienced, Harvatine, Matthew Senreich and Chris Waters additionally government produce. Stoopid Buddy Studios and eOne co-produce.

Micro Mayhem brings to life the automotive chases I imagined as a child, and combines my love of expertise and stop-motion artistry,” stated Towner. We’re thrilled to be teaming with Golem Creations to deliver this dream undertaking to life.”

“Quibi’s concentrate on micro storytelling supplies the proper platform for Micro Mayhem. We’re excited to work with Eric and his crew at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, to deliver this wild journey to audiences one flip at a time,” added Greg Clayman, Senior Vice President, New Platforms and Strategic Partnerships, Movie and Tv at eOne.

Quibi launches on April 6.