Sunday, January 6, 2019

NEW ANIMATED MOVIES 'THE QUEEN'S CORGI' WITH JULIE WALTERS, JACK WHITEHALL, RAY WINSTONE, 'WATCH THE SKIES' WITH SAM CLAFLIN, SEAN BEAN, GEMMA ARTERTON, 'WONDER PARK' WITH MILA KUNIS, MATTHEW BRODERICK

'THE QUEEN'S CORGI'
AN ANIMATED ROYAL ADVENTURE
Corgi hits cinemas this February!
Something for the littlest spylings among you today as we launch our Family weekend with a spotlight on three new animated movies that will arrive into cinemas this year. THE QUEEN'S CORGI will bark its way into theatres this July in United Kingdom, but will start its cinematic life from February and then throughout this spring around Europe and Asia.

THE QUEEN'S CORGI
 is about the adventure of Rex, the British monarch's most beloved dog, who loses track of his mistress and stumbles across a clan with dogs of all kinds confronting and 
Soundtrack will have a Jonas Blue, Joe Jonas song
fighting each other. During his epic journey to return to the queen, Rex falls in love and discovers his true self.

 Directed by Ben Stassen (who also helmed last year's The Son of Bigfoot and Robinson Crusoe before that) THE QUEEN'S CORGI features a rather stellar voice cast with Julie Walters, Tom Courtenay, Ray Winstone, Jack Whitehall, Sheridan Smith and Matt Lucas lending their voices to the delightful characters. Check out the funny kids' friendly trailer below:



'WATCH THE SKIES'
FIRST POSTER LANDS!
Meanwhile, Mark Byers' fantasy animated adventure  WATCH THE SKIES, which boasts an equally stellar thespian voice cast including Sam
Watch the Skies has an $18 million budget
Claflin and his wife Laura Haddock, Gemma Arterton, Sean Bean, Assa Butterfield, has got its first poster!
When a small starship crashes to earth, it is not a monster or alien overlord that emerges, but a teenage boy who has run away from home - a home on the far side of the galaxy. He is rescued from capture by the children of the same military leaders who are trying to catch him. Together, the kids must help their new alien friend repair his space ship from parts left behind by other alien explorers and escape before he is caught by the soldiers and studied by the scientists for the rest of his life.

'WONDER PARK'
TAKE A RIDE ON THE WILD SIDE
Wonder Park arrives into cinemas this Spring
Hitting cinemas from March and April around Europe and Northern America is a Spanish American co pro- duction WON- DER PARK  which has Mila Kunis and Matthew Brode- rick in its voice cast. It follows June, an optimistic, imaginative girl, who discovers an incredible amusement park called Wonderland hidden in the woods. The park is full of fantastical rides and talking, funny animals - only the park is in disarray. June soon discovers
The lead song in the movie is performed by Rachel Platten
the park came from her imagination and she's the only one who can fix it, so she bands together with the animals to save this magical place and bring back the wonder in Wonderland. 

10 comments:

  1. Absolutely yummy pictures...they all look like they would be fun to see!

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  2. I guess animated action movies sell easily around the world and make a lot of money for their producers.

    The posters of all the three movies displayed in this post, are cute and attractive! The Corgi's for the little ones, whereas the two others for the bigger kids as they involve as main protagonists a boy (Watching the Skies)and a girl (Wonder Park).

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    1. yes, the first one is definitely for little kids.

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  3. All 3 look like fun, but I’ll really be looking forward the The Corgis film most. My girls always enjoy Facebook and YouTube clips that have corgis shaking their booties.

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    1. I'm not sure, but I think the Corgi movie is already up in full over at YouTube :) I've found a channel with English translations of German epic dramas there too, so I'm gonna watch series on their empress Sissy and Maria Theresia, after already having watched the one on Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian (played by a very hot young actor).

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    2. I'll have to check out YouTube and see what's what then. Save it for a snowed in day here :)

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    3. we're under snow currently, semi melted, but still very cold, rain, probably icy, coming tonight, which me hates with passion.

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    4. We're having odd weather here. No snow in December at all, and we're having spring-like temperatures now. It's been drizzling rain here for 2 days, but it had been fairly warm. Jacket-like weather. You keep the snow, please.

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    5. We certainly will, as it is snowing right now again :) I will kill myself if it turns into rain over night and I have to go to the bakery in the morning on icy roads!

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