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.
Thursdays at San Diego Comic-Con International are probably the most uneventful, while also still being just a little bit special at the same time. While most people are pumped and getting situated for Saturday, DreamWorks Animation had a presentation for their upcoming film Trolls featuring the voice talents of Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick.
We briefly saw what kind of a film Trolls would be in a teaser trailer. Full of comedy and top 40 songs, Trolls is based on the 90s toys that took over the pop culture world by storm, and if a hit with audiences, it will likely make a huge come back.
Since Thursday is one of the lightest days of the Con, we sat down at Hall H to find out more about this movie. Check out what they had to say and a brief description of the scenes that were shown at the panel.
Many people instantaneously went from loving Shrek to hating Shrek when Shrek the Third was released in 2007. And since we’ve already said “Shrek” more than anyone in the history of mankind has ever said in such a short amount of words, why stop now! Although said third film was pretty unanimously disliked compared to the original and wonderful first two Shrek films, DreamWorks has moved forward with the planned fourth film in the mega franchise — a movie that we now know will officially be called Shrek Forever After. The studio has given USA Today released a couple of new images from the film, as well as many new details as to what we can expect. Click the image to go large and click the link to go see another image.
One smart move that’s being made is that DreamWorks hasn’t been talking a lot about this project and releasing a ton of images. Instead of risking fans becoming turned off by two straight years of news and images and rumors, it appears that they’re trying to ease us into the return of the giant green ogre. They’re doing this by dropping this first batch of images and updates right before the first trailer is debuted in only a few weeks when Avatar is released. The movie itself will be released on May 21, 2010.