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Second Trailer for Animated 'Storks' Movie Directed by Nicholas Stoller

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June 16, 2016
Source: YouTube

Storks Trailer

"You're probably asking yourself how a stork, a girl, and a baby wound up in this situation?" WB has unveiled a new trailer for their animated comedy Storks, written & co-directed by Nicholas Stoller, behind the films Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek, Neighbors and Neighbors 2. The movie is about a company that used to delivered storks that has since become a major .com delivery giant, and the workers who decide to deliver a baby. The voice cast features Andy Samberg as the voice of Junior, as well as Kelsey Grammer, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Key and Peele, plus Katie Crown as Tulip. This actually looks much better than expected, but I'm still not sure if it'll compare to Pixar of Disney. Have fun.

Here's the second trailer for Nicholas Stoller & Doug Sweetland's Storks, direct from WB's YouTube:

You can still see the first teaser trailer for WB's Storks here, to compare footage from these two trailers.

Storks

Storks deliver babies… or at least they used to. Now they deliver packages for global internet giant Cornerstore.com. Junior, the company’s top delivery stork, is about to be promoted when he accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine, producing an adorable and wholly unauthorized baby girl. Desperate to deliver this bundle of trouble before the boss gets wise, Junior and his friend Tulip, the only human on Stork Mountain, race to make their first-ever baby drop – in a wild and revealing journey that could make more than one family whole and restore the storks’ true mission in the world. Storks is co-directed by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland, from a screenplay by Nicholas Stoller (writer on Yes Man, Gulliver's Travels, Sex Tape, Zoolander 2; director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek, Neighbors, Neighbors 2). Warner Bros will release Storks in theaters starting September 23rd this year. Thoughts?

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  • DAVIDPD
    I enjoy the majority of Stoller's previous works, this looks different for sure, but I will check it out.
  • Dave 52
    "But I'm still not sure if it'll compare to Pixar of Disney" Why does it need to? Can't it just be you know good on it's OWN merits instead of the merits of other animated films? A movie should be judged on it's own quality alone not on the quality of other movies. I'd rather this movie be good in it's own way than in Disney or Pixar's way. As great as they are, not every animated film HAS to be quality of something like Zootopia or Inside Out.
    • tree
      Being judged by the quality of other movies is, quite literally, how one would gauge the quality of the film in question. If you had never seen another film, you'd have no measurement to go by as far as quality is concerned, right?
      • Dave 52
        I think I would be able to determine the quality of a particular movie on it's own without seeing another by examining it. It's just that personally for me I don't particularly care for comparisons especially when it comes to animated movies because many of them are so different in tone, style, concept, and what they strive to achieve. You wouldn't walk into The Peanuts Movie expecting the quality of a Inside Out would you? They are two very different films whose quality should be judged on how they are on their own. Not on each other. They are both great films yes, but they are both great for entirely different reasons that you really can't and shouldn't compare them. Now that they are getting back into animation Warner Brothers is aiming for their films to be unique in tone and concept, something different from Disney or any other company, you know what you are getting from them just like you know what you are going to get from Disney or Pixar. With two different studios making animated movies with very different styles you can't really go into a Warner Brothers animated film expecting the quality of a Disney or Pixar film or vice versa because that is not who the company is aiming to be. They don't want a style like Disney they want to have their own style that can set them apart. If you want a Disney or Pixar quality film or expect a Disney or Pixar quality film go to them, chances are you will probably get it, But even then I really don't think you should compare or judge the quality because even films by them can be very different. At least that is the way I personally see it.
        • tree
          Thanks for sharing your opinion and clearing that up. I still disagree, and think it's fine to compare movies, but now I know where you are coming from. Cheers!
          • Dave 52
            Thank you for listening! We need more people like you on the internet!
  • David Diaz
    Women must have been really surprised when babies suddenly started popping out from between their legs after the storks stopped delivering them. Can you imagine the protests?!!
  • shiboleth
    Very strange cocktail of characters. My daughter might liked so I'll be collateral victim of her movie choice ...

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