I'm a bit worried about Laika Studios, as there is still no announcement of its next release.
Kubo and the Two Strings badly underperformed for them at the box office despite (the somewhat too ecstatic) reviews. (I blame using Matthew McConaughey for a voice. He can ruin anything.) But just as it was opened, company owner Travis Knight announced that it was the last of their "kids" films anyway. He said the next film was going to be very different, still intended for families, but tonally a break from their first four films.
Well, that makes me very curious, but despite his saying that they would probably announce it last year, a visit to the company website is still silent on the matter.
I still think that Paranorman, closely followed by Coraline, were the studio's best films. But the artwork and craftmanship in all of them is something to behold.