Is Jamie Thomason Moving On To Voice Direct Theatrical Films?

Discussion in 'The Voice Actors Appreciation Society' started by SweetShop209, Jun 28, 2017.

  1. SweetShop209

    SweetShop209 Well-Known Member

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    Jamie Thomason is one of the most respected voice directors out there, with credentials including Kaijudo, Aladdin The Series (alongside Ginny McSwain), and all three shows Greg Weisman created (Gargoyles, Spectacular Spiderman, Young Justice). He's also been the voice director for plenty of theatrical movies, which include:

    1. Jetsons: The Movie (with Gordon Hunt, Andrea Romano, and Kris Zimmerman)

    2. A Goofy Movie

    3. The Tigger Movie

    4. Piglet's Big Movie

    5. Pooh's Heffalump Movie

    6. TMNT 2007

    Quite the credentials. Although I'm wondering if he's moved onto being the voice director for theatrical movies full time? The last time he voice directed a TV or DVD/Online/Digital project is the 2014 Club Penguin special "We Wish You A Merry Walrus". His upcoming projects include Animal Crackers (with Curtis Koeller), My Little Pony: The Movie (with Terry Klassen and Curtis Koeller), and a Pet Robots movie, all theatrical movies.

    While he could return to voice directing for Young Justice, it's also possible he could be replaced. For example,

    1. Jamie was the voice director for a few early Phineas And Ferb episodes. Lisa Schaffer replaced him until the end of season 3, and then Jeff Swampy Marsh took over in season 4.

    2. Genndy Tartakovsky was the voice director for Samurai Jack season 5, replacing Colette Sunderman.

    3. Kelly Ward was the voice director the Sofia The First pilot movie before Sam Riegel took over for the main series.

    With this in mind, is Jamie Thomason moving onto to voice directing theatrical movies full time?
     

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