A new trailer has been released for Trolls World Tour, which stars Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake in the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2016 animated hit film Trolls.
In it, we see that the world of the trolls is much bigger than we imagined, one in which there are multiple genres of music that exist as tribes that live in six different lands. However, when the hard rock tribe threatens the music balance by taking away the strings that make up these tribes and their lands, it will be up to Poppy and Branch to unify the trolls to prevent that from happening. Check out the trailer below.
An official trailer has been released for DreamWorks Animations’ sequel to the 2016 animated musical Trolls, which is titled Trolls World Tour. The sequel once again stars Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake, as well as many others.
In the sequel it’s discovered that there are actually six different Troll tribes, each devoted to their own kind of music. You can find a full synopsis for Trolls World Tour and check out the trailer below.
Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon have released another look at Wonder Park, a family-friendly animated feature that centers around a girl who uses her imagination to bring a defunct theme park to life. Check out the latest look at the upcoming film here below.
If you were young in the ’90s and watched Nickelodeon, you’re surely familiar with Kenan & Kel. The show starred Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, and ran from 1996 to 2000. Since then Thompson has gone on to a successful run on Saturday Night Live, while Mitchell has continued acting albeit in lesser known projects. Mitchell also auditioned for SNL, but it didn’t work out for him.
There have been reports of the pair not staying in touch in the years since their show ended, but last night they reunited on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a sketch that re-created the duo’s 1997 movie Good Burger, which was inspired by a sketch they did on another Nickelodeon show, All That.
You can check out the Kenan & Kel reunion below, as well as a behind the scenes video and one of their sketches from the ’90s.
One of my favorite things about the USA Network’s series Psych is all of its throwbacks to ’80s music and culture.
Oftentimes, the show’s main characters, childhood friends turned ‘psychic’ detectives Sean (James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill), will put on their old ’80s duds and bust out a song by the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Wham.
Tonight’s new episode, titled “High Top Fade Out,” will feature a version of the show’s catchy theme song “I Know You Know” as performed by ’80s boy band sensation Boys II Men. You can check out the video of tonight’s special opening credits here below.