Fun fact: No director is credited for WONDER PARK because the actual director, Dylan Brown, got fired over a year ago for multiple complaints of sexual harassment. So Paramount just ... released it without a director. I'm sure it's great! https://t.co/i4rv88yNH2— Eric D. Snider (@EricDSnider) March 14, 2019
-This was to be Dylan Brown's directorial debut after being an animator on on several Pixar films such as Ratatouille, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, and Monster's Inc
-In January of 2018, when the film was well into production, he was fired after Paramount launched an investigation after claims of sexual harassment in the workplace that included touching and caressing: “We are committed to fostering a safe and professional workplace that is free of harassment or inappropriate conduct, so we take allegations of misconduct and impropriety very seriously. We received allegations of inappropriate and unwanted conduct by Dylan Brown in the workplace and we conducted a thorough investigation, and he is no longer employed by the company.”
-According to several people who have seen the film, there is no director credit
It's for this movie: Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.