ByJess O'Kane, writer at Creators.co
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Jess O'Kane

If there's ever a Miyazaki biopic, it should be subtitled The Most Indecisive Man Who Ever Lived.

I mean seriously. It seems like every two seconds we're hearing that it's the end of Studio Ghibli forever ever, or Miyazaki's saying screw you bitches and then coming back because he dropped his pen or something I don't know. UGH.

One minute I'm like this:

And the next:

I CAN'T TAKE IT HAYAO.

Anyway, back to the deets.

Since we reported that Studio Ghibli are having a lot of issues and have basically said that they're stopping all feature production, the legendary director is apparently in talks to produce something new.

According to his number two Toshio Suzuki, it's a short for the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo. Suzuki appeared on the NHK Morning Show in Japan to clarify the future of the studio:

We’re changing the way we make (animation). We wanted to make a dream company. We thought we would make what suited us and not make what didn’t suit us. We were able to realize (that dream) to some extent and we’re very happy about that. But now we’re at a point where we’ve got to think about what we’ll do next.

Oh yeah totally clarified, I got you. Psshh.

I'm not going to get sentimental before they say something entirely different tomorrow. Obviously if this short film does materialise it will be lovely and great I'm sure.

But for now, I'm done. Finito. Fin. Kaput.

(Source: Geek Tyrant)