Pixar co-founder John Lasseter was evidently kicked out of his studio after the rise of the Me Too movement last year, but it looks like he\u2019s not out of the job yet. As it turns out, he\u2019s been hired to helm Skydance Animation.\r\n\r\nAccording to Deadline, Skydance CEO David Ellison had this to say about Lasseter working for Skydance:\r\n\r\n\u201cJohn is a singular creative and executive talent whose impact on the animation industry cannot be overstated\u2026 He was responsible for leading animation into the digital age while telling incomparable stories that continue to inspire and entertain audiences around the globe.\u201d\r\n\r\nBefore you call out Skydance for picking up Lasseter though, the company has assured audiences that they are aware of the accusations against Lasseter, and are willing to give him a chance to redeem himself. The statement continues:\r\n\r\n\u201c\u2026 we did not enter into this decision lightly. John has acknowledged and apologized for his mistakes and, during the past year away from the workplace, has endeavored to address and reform them.\u201d\r\n\r\nWhen the accusations against Lasseter came out, a lot of Pixar employees have opened up to him being inappropriately close. Lasseter was then forced to take a six-month leave from the studio, but by then Disney had opted to have someone else steer the sheep.\r\n\r\nOn Pixar\u2019s side of things though, some have expressed their relief for Lasseter being gone. It was even said that some employees threatened to quit if Lasseter ever came back.\r\n\r\nWith Lasseter being one of the biggest names in animation, his fall was certainly a huge shock to some fans. With Me Too \u2018victims\u2019 like Louie C.K. and Kevin Spacey attempting to get back to work, we\u2019ll just have to wait and see if Lasseter will be able to redeem himself with Skydance Animation.