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Paramount fires ‘Amusement Park’ director for misconduct


Animator Dylan Brown has been fired from his directorial debut after allegations of misconduct.

Paramount announced Tuesday that Brown had been fired from “Amusement Park” amid unknown claims.

“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,” a Paramount studio rep said in a statement.

“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.”

“Amusement Park” is the animated tale about a young girl who discovers a magical amusement park in the woods.

Mila Kunis, Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, Jeffrey Tambor, Ken Jeong, Kenan Thompson and John Oliver all lend their voices to the flick, due in theaters March 2019.

The allegations against Brown are unknown, but the Hollywood Reporter said that the complaints included “touching and caressing” and were corroborated by multiple women.

Brown previously worked on “Monsters Inc.,” “Ratatouille” and “The Incredibles” for Pixar.