“It’s time to open the park.”
Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies dropped the first full-length trailer for Wonder Park on Wednesday and it’s chockfull of voice talent from your favorite comedy stars.
The movie centers around a young girl named June (voiced by Brianna Denski) who discovered an amusement park that is full of magical rides and talking animals nestled inside ostensibly abandoned woods. June learns that she has created the park with her imagination and, as such, is the only person that can save Wonder Park.
The animated film is directed by David Brown and features the voice talents of Jennifer Garner (June’s mom), Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, Kenan Thompson, Ken Jeong, Norbert Leo Butz, Brianna Denski, and Ken Hudson Campbell.
And if that hasn’t piqued your interest, there are chimpanzombies. Check out the trailer for that one. They’re really beyond description.
“My mom and I invented this place and somehow you came alive,” says June to her colorful friends that include a big bear, a warthog, and a porcupine, the last of whom insists, “I’m nobody’s pin cushion.”
The film is the directorial debut of veteran Pixar animator Brown, who was fired from the project in January after multiple women made “allegations of inappropriate and unwanted conduct,” according to a Paramount rep at the time. The studio replaced him with David Feiss and Wonder Park is still scheduled for its original March 15 release.
Check out the trailer!