Having dabbled once or twice in hand-drawn but sticking mostly to computer graphics, Dreamworks Animation is now considering dipping its big toe partway into the live-action arena with “Imaginary Enemies” reports Risky Biz Blog.
Joe Syracuse and Lisa Addario are penning the script which follows a group of imaginary friends who’ve gotten fed up with being the scapegoats for bratty kids who blame them for their own misdeeds.
When those kids grow up, these imaginary friends come looking for some payback. Mike Mitchell (“Shrek Forever After”) is developing but hasn’t signed to direct the project as yet.
Right now though the discussion is about making the project part animated and part live-action (ala “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”), with the animated elements representing the imaginary world and its inhabitants.