Lupita Nyong'o Teams Up With How To Train Your Dragon Director For The Wild Robot Trailer


Humans are terrible. It's likely that there is a reason we gravitate towards myths and stories which explore how life might be without us humans. Or even go as far to eliminate us altogether. The animated classics "Wall-E", "The Iron Giant", and "The Iron Giant", took robots trying to learn about the world, and turned them into some of the best films of the past 25 years. The Wild Robot looks to be tackling very similar issues in what looks like yet another success for animation.
The Dreamworks/Universal movie is one of /Film’s top 2024 movies. It was written and directed by Chris Sanders who also wrote and directed "How To Train Your Dragon", "The Croods" and "Lilo & Stitch". All of them seem to be based on oddball pairs discovering truths about life, the universe, and humanity. The Wild Robot has the potential to be another emotionally and charm-filled experience, in the same style as the previous films. However, it does have an intriguing twist. Don't take my word for it. See for yourself by watching the trailer!

Wild Robot is guaranteed to make you cry

You are crying and not me! It could be the emotional impact of the trailer or even the sheer power of the film "What a Wonderful World", but if "The Wild Robot' is already causing tears to flow, it may end up something very special. This mostly-dialogue-free video focuses on Roz, a robot (short of ROZZUM 7134) who crashes-lands onto an island filled with animals and finds its way among them. If that wasn't enough, it appears the story involves Roz adopting an adorable little gosling called Brightbill. Nothing will make you cry more than this!
The Wild Robot, based on a 2016 novel by Peter Brown and starring the incredible Lupita Ngong'o in the role of Roz with an insanely talented supporting cast. Bill Nighy plays the goose Longneck; Kit Connor is the bright-bill baby goose Brightbill and Stephanie Hsu portrays a mysterious figure named Vontra. Mark Hamill, Matt Berry and veteran "Mission: Impossible' actor Ving Rhames will also play unspecified roles. The only downside is the fact that the film will be released in 2024.

This epic story follows the adventures of ROZZUM 7134 unit, or "Roz", a shipwrecked robot who must adapt to harsh conditions and gradually build relationships with animals and become the adoptive parents of an abandoned gosling.

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