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DreamWorks Animation's 'The Wild Robot' Promises A Fun-Filled Fall Movie Experience [Trailer & Info]

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The first trailer for The Wild Robot dropped recently, and it's safe to say it has ignited excitement among fans of of the beloved, illustrated novel by Peter Brown and animation enthusiasts alike. While the full film experience remains under wraps until its fall release, the trailer offers a tantalizing glimpse into the world of Roz the robot, short for ROZZUM unit 7134,  and her island adventure.



Here’s the lowdown based on the early reactions:

The animation is nothing short of spectacular. DreamWorks Animation seems to have hit it out of the park again, delivering eye-popping visuals that bring the island and its critters to life in vibrant detail. From the lush greenery to the expressive antics of the animals, the animation promises to be a feast for the eyes.


The trailer gives us a taste of the heartwarming story at the heart of the film. Even though it’s just a brief glimpse, the trailer does a great job of capturing the essence of Roz’s journey, highlighting both the challenges she faces and the unexpected friendships she forms. This emotional core is likely to strike a chord with both fans of the book and those new to the story.


The film is directed by Chris Sanders, who is known for his work on acclaimed films like 'The Croods' and 'How to Train Your Dragon'. With such a seasoned director at the helm, we can expect a captivating cinematic experience.


While we haven’t heard the characters in the trailer yet, the voice cast for 'The Wild Robot' is sure to add another layer of depth to the film. We’re talking about some serious star power here—Academy Award® winner Lupita Nyong'o lends her voice to Roz, while Pedro Pascal, Catherine O'Hara, and Bill Nighy bring other captivating characters to life. With such a stellar lineup, we’re all in for a treat!


So, while we wait for the full movie to release this fall (September 20th 2024), let’s keep our excitement levels high. After all, with an impressive cast like this, 'The Wild Robot' promises to be an unforgettable cinematic experience! 🎬🍿




So, what’s your take on the trailer so far? What are your thoughts on the animation style? And do you think the film will do justice to the book series? 


Images: Dreamworks

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