Stuart Little’s 20th Anniversary: Behind The Scenes

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the innovative children’s classic, Stuart Little, which was released in December of 1999. Here’s a look back at what it took to create the fun and memorable movie that was revolutionary at the time for being the first movie to use CGI for the main character.

Twenty years later, we’ve seen huge advancements in technology that have allowed not only one character to be created from CGI but all of them, like in The Lion King which was released earlier this year. If we would have told people back in 1999 what we’ve created today I bet they wouldn’t believe us! It makes you wonder what will be possible in another 20 years from now! I’m sure if we knew the innovative possibilities of the future we wouldn’t believe them either.

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