Black Dynamite Animated End Credits are Funkadelic

Black Dynamite end credits. The live-action film, which opened in mid-October on 70 screens, is director Scott Sanders’ faithful send-up of 1970s Blaxploitation films (Dolemite, Super Fly), and the 90-minute project has received a strong critical reception. The producers turned to Six Point Harness to bring the action-packed end credits to life, but that’s not the end of the animated story. According to a recent interview with Sanders, the project is in the pilot phase for a series on Cartoon Network. We’ll keep you posted, ya dig?

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7 Comments

  1. Ryan Parker November 10, 2009

    Wow this looks great! I can’t wait to finally see the movie, I remember seeing the trailer for this over a year ago… Too bad there aren’t more 2d animated titles/end credits like back in the day…

  2. “Black Dynamite” was a hilarious and extremely well-done tribute/spoof of the blaxploitation movies of the 70′s, and it’s a shame it wasn’t released to a bigger audience. Kudos to Six Point Harness for also capturing the retro vibe in their designs and animation. It all looked great!

  3. So cool.

  4. “Out of Sight man! I can dig it!”

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