In June this year, Netflix got the exclusive on a short film called ‘Anima’, a collaboration between director Paul Thomas Anderson and musician Thom Yorke, released alongside the latter’s new album of the same name. Now there’s another musical project to report on from the video-streaming service: ‘Entergalactic’.

This time, the collaboration is between musician Kid Cudi and Kenya Bariss, the creator of popular TV show ‘Black-ish’. They’re making an animated series featuring music from Kid Cudi’s upcoming album (yep, also called ‘Entergalactic’) with the musician writing and starring, with Barris on executive-producer duties.

And Netflix isn’t stopping there: this week also brought news of a third project called ‘Sound & Fury’ – an anime film accompanying a new album from country artist Sturgill Simpson. It’s a collaboration with Takashi Okazaki and Junpei Mizusaki, who previously worked on a film called ‘Batman Ninja’. “The movie portion will be available on Netflix,” reported AVClub.

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