Thursday, July 30, 2020

It's Movie Time (finally) but not in Theaters (of course)

I told my son I miss going to the movies. I didn't miss things for a long time, but now I'm starting to, here and there. The movie theater is one of them. It's been a long time now since we've seen a new movie. So when I got an e-mail saying We Bare Bears: The Movie was coming out on DVD, I asked my son if he'd heard of it (I hadn't). He said yes, and it looks cute. He said he'd love to see it and so we're going to get it now that it has been released and we're going to have a Movie Night when it arrives. I for one, can't wait!


Cartoon Network’s Beloved Bears Stack Up for their First TV Movie with


Adventure Awaits on DVD September 8, 2020
 
BURBANK, CA (July 30, 2020) It all started with a bear stack, and now TV’s most hilarious and heartwarming bears star in their first TV movie! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing Cartoon Network’s hit series into your homes on September 8, 2020 with the release of We Bare Bears The Movie on DVD. The movie is an extension of the successful We Bare Bears series, created by two-time Annie Award-winner Daniel Chong, and executive produced by Cartoon Network Studios. Eric Edelstein (“Shameless,” “Clarence”), Bobby Moynihan (“Saturday Night Live,” Me Myself & I) and Demetri Martin (“Important Things with Demetri Martin”) return as the voice actors of the loveable bears; Grizz, Panda and Ice Bear along with recurring guest stars include Patton Oswalt (“King of Queens,” Ratatouille), Ellie Kemper (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “The Office”), Charlyne Yi (“House,” “Steven Universe”) and Jason Lee (Alvin & The ChipmucksMallrats).

Stacked with bonus features including commentary, the movie pitch, deleted scenes and more, We Bare Bears The Movie carries a suggested retail price of $19.99 for the DVD ($24.99 in Canada) and is rated TV-Y7. We Bare Bears The Movie is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.
 
In We Bare Bears The Movie, when the bears' love of food trucks and viral videos gets out of hand, it catches the attention of the menacing Agent Trout from the National Wildlife Control, who pledges to restore the "natural order" by separating them forever. Chased from their home, Grizz decides there’s only one thing they can do to find refuge - move to Canada! The Bears embark on an epic road trip filled with new friends, dangerous obstacles, and massive parties. But most importantly, the perilous journey will force the Bears to face how they first met and became brothers, in order to keep their family bond from splitting apart.

“Get ready for lovable bear hugs, internet culture references, and human life lessons we all need to learn in our technologically driven society,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, WBHE Senior Vice President, Originals, Animation & Family Marketing.  “We are eager to bring home the laughter and antics of Cartoon Network’s first feature film for the series loyal fanbase and the whole family to enjoy.”

We Bare Bears premiered in 2015 and since its debut, has earned numerous awards including a BAFTA Children’s Award, a Jury Award for Best TV Series at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and several Annie Awards. Fans around the world, most notably in the APAC region, have embraced the show for its portrayal of Asian pop culture.
 
DIGITAL
We Bare Bears The Movie is currently available to own on Digital. Digital allows consumers to instantly stream and download all episodes to watch anywhere and anytime on their favorite devices. Digital is available from various retailers including iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Vudu, PlayStation, Xbox and others. A Digital Code is also included in the U.S. with the purchase of specially marked Blu-ray discs for redemption and cloud storage.
 

BONUS FEATURES
  • Commentary
  • Early Sketches
  • Movie Pitches
  • Animatics and Pencil Tests
  • Deleted Scenes



2 comments:

  1. It will be a fun adventure I'm sure. Off to Canada we go.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, my friend. ♥

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  2. I miss going to the movies too. And dining in restaurants. We broke down and did outdoor dining a few weeks ago when we had to go to Illinois though I felt a bit uncomfortable doing just that. A movie night with the kid sounds like a lot of fun in place of a crowded theater. I haven't heard of this movie before, but no surprise because I'm getting old LOL. I bet Allison has though.

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