Paramount Pictures and Entertainment One have finally released the first trailer for their upcoming family movie, based on the hit books, Clifford the big red dog, in cinemas this fall big way. The film is a combination of live-action and computer animation, as no Great Danes were willing to take on the role of Clifford the Big Red Dog at this time. All pathetic jokes aside, this movie looks . . . interesting?
Of course we all remember the original Clifford the Great Red Dog books by author Norman Bridwell, and will shockingly tell you how Hollywood never gave up on this furry red friend when he was at the height of his powers in the mid 90’s. But maybe this is just a matter of “now is better than never,” as the cinemas will crave more children’s films to encourage families to return to the cinemas. See!
But is Clifford the big red dog really the right project to do that? Also, will this live-action/computer-animated hybrid ruin a once-classic character? The trailer itself had moments of charm, but we’re still worried that the overall campiness and weird animation could cripple it Clifford the big red dog project just like last year’s animated disaster Call of the Wildernessstarring Harrison Ford.
Clifford the big red dog
Clifford the big red dog will hit theaters on September 17, 2021 and will feature a cast that includes Jack Whitehall, Darby Camp, Tony Hale, David Alan Grier, Kenan Thompson, Sienna Guillory, as well as legendary Monty Python actor himself, John Cleese. The film is directed by director Walter Becker, who is responsible for classics such as the lead role of Ryan Reynolds Van Wilder as well as 2007’s Wild pigs.
The film tells the story of young high school student Casey, a humble girl who tries not only to fit in with her classmates, but also with the world around her, while her uncle Casey tries to help her navigate the hustle and bustle of New York. York. The couple encounters a magical pet rescuer and offers them Clifford in the hopes that they will teach each other something of love and acceptance. They don’t know, they’re about to make a big surprise.
Many wonder if it’s too late for a Clifford the big red dog movie to actually come out? Well, it may not be as popular as it once was, but you can’t deny its cultural impact on the world, which comes from the original books to cartoons, animated shorts, a range of video games, as well as a giant float during the ever-popular Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Besides, family movies always top it off at the box office.
Family movies from 2021
Lucky for Clifford, this movie won’t have the pressure to see whether or not people are ready to return to cinemas amid a global pandemic, as they’re still quite a few months away from release to determine whether or not they’ll hit their release date. . And while F9 may have proved that people are excited to return to the movie, there are still a whole slew of family movies out there that will prove this even further.
Warner Brothers and HBO Max will be released in a few weeks Space Jam: A New Legacy, featuring both LeBron James and the Looney Tunes in this highly anticipated sequel. And while the film has a same-day release plan for streaming, it will be a great test to see how many families are packing the theaters to see this exciting new family feature. Just as well, Disney will release Jungle Cruise later in July.
We’re just excited to see new movie trailers come out again, even if it’s for a project like Clifford the big red dog. Hopefully we can all return safely to the cinema to prove why the cinema experience is so important!