Friday, January 29, 2021

2021 UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES: GILGAMESH, ALPINE CAMPAIGN, AMULET OF LIFE EPIC ADVENTURES, NUTCRACKER AND THE MAGIC FLUTE FAIRY TALE, FESTIVE WHERE'S SANTA?

 UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES
GILGAMESH EPIC ADVENTURE
Epic Games has chosen to make their first animated movie and it will be GILGAMESH based on the legendary hero from ancient Mesopotamia. To be directed by Tomas Lipgot, the film, which will have English and Spanish versions, will explore demigod Gilgamesh’s quest for immortality and his rivalry then friendship with wild man Enkidu. The movie is being produced over in Argentina and could be postponed to 2022. Check out the concept trailer below: 
 


THE ALPINE CAMPAIGN
Coming from Russian SMF and director Boris Chertkov, it will follow young Grisha, a simple guy who serves in a merchant’s house and is secretly in love with his daughter. Due to circumstances, he is forced to replace count’s son in military service and comes under the command of genius General Suvorov during his campaign in the Alps. There, he becomes a witness to key events and a participant in dangerous intrigues. To survive upcoming battles and return to his beloved one, Grisha needs to overcome self-doubts and accomplish one but very heroic act.

THE AMULET OF LIFE
Also coming from Russia is English language animated adventure from Signal Media. It’s a magical story about the incredible adventures of the young warrior called Koshi. There is only one goal in his life – to defeat the White Shadow, a monster who made him an outcast. But everything changes when Koshi meets a young dryad and circus actress May. By chance, the destiny of all fairy creatures ends up in their hands, and now they have to make a tough choice between their own lives and saving the world from Ancient Evil. Check out the concept trailer below for the film that follows Russian mythological hero Koschey. 
 


NUTCRACKER AND  MAGIC FLUTE
Coming from Luminescence! A year has passed since 17-year-old Marie's father died. It's New Year's Eve, and she is hoping for a miracle; life has to take a turn for the better. Unfortunately, she is in for a very unpleasant surprise. Marie finds out that in order for them to keep the house, her mother is forced to marry against her will to the revolting moneylender Mr. Ratter. As a token of proposition, he gives Marie a doll named Nutcracker. Distraught and desperate, Marie makes a wish. She would give anything just to be little and carefree again. A miracle occurs: she becomes the same size as her childhood toys, who all come to life. The unattractive Nutcracker turns out to be a prince, named George, who has been put under a spell. Marie, George and their toy friends travel to the magical Land of Flowers with a mission to save the world from falling under the control of the rat people.

WHERE IS SANTA
SC Films International is preparing this English language animated family adventure movie. It's Christmas eve and not only has Santa Claus gone missing but Sherlock Holmes is nowhere to be found. Only young Sherlock protege Samuel can save Christmas in this all action animated feature.

12 comments:

  1. These all look so cute, seriously beautiful animation but, I doubt I'll have time to watch any of 'em. 🤷‍♂️

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    1. They probably won't arrive to your country anyhows LOL

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  2. Great treats for animated movie fans!

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  3. You know how we delight in animated films. Looking forward to these goodies :)

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    1. I'm most interested in the one about Koschey, he is the god of Death and Winter in Russian mythology.

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  4. These all look like so much fun!! For me, it's The Amulet of Life for the win. I'm sold with the fairies, action, adventure.. and their hair!! Loving the magical blue hair on her and his very manly man bun!

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    1. He does look hot for an animated character LOL You should read Katherine Arden's Bear and the Nightingale saga as it has Koschey in it :)

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    2. I'm going to look that up. Is it fantasy? I haven't read that genre in a long time but maybe I'm due. :)

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    3. It is Russian mediaeval winter fairy tale, fully enchanting. Too bad you cannot read it in my translation as the readers in my country were mesmerized by it :)

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  5. I'm sure my grandson will be watching some of these.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)