Watch: Second Official Trailer for ImageMovers 'Mars Needs Moms'
"I'm in a spaceship!" Disney has debuted the second full-length trailer on Apple for ImageMovers' new CGI animated sci-fi kids movie Mars Needs Moms!, based on Berkeley Breathed's acclaimed children's book. We've already seen one trailer for this back in November, and they tossed up a quick TV spot after the Super Bowl as well, but here's another new full-length trailer that really gets into the story and the adventure of it all. Voices include: Seth Green, Joan Cusack, Dan Fogler, Breckin Meyer, Billy Dee Williams and Tom Everett Scott. Also, did you catch The Incredibles poster up in Milo's room? Look again. Have fun!
Watch the second official trailer for ImageMovers' Mars Needs Moms!:
You can also watch the Mars Needs Moms trailer in High Definition on Apple
A boy named Milo gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians land on Earth and take her.
Mars Needs Moms! is directed by British filmmaker Simon Wells, great grand-son of H.G. Wells, who has directed films like An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story, Balto, The Prince of Egypt and The Time Machine, but its been a while since he last directed. The screenplay was co-written by Simon and presumable his wife, Wendy Wells. It's based on Berkeley Breathed's book of the same name. This was developed by ImageMovers and is being released by Disney in 3D on March 11th. Any takers?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
Doesn't look good at all. Polar Express in space
Nic on Feb 16, 2011
did they change His voice? doesn't sound like seth green at all anymore
Darnelp24 on Feb 17, 2011
I second Nic #1: Polar Express in space. Cold and dead. R.I.P. ImageMovers Digital. Robert Zemeckis, enough with your CGI movies, give us another Forrest Gump please!
Alex C. on Feb 17, 2011
...Some nice visuals though
Moif on Feb 17, 2011
You know, I think it looks okay, until the fat guy.
Lauren Intong on Feb 18, 2011
You got something against fat people? 😎
Marc McKenzie on Feb 20, 2011
Well, I'm interested, since it's based on Berke Breathed's book...and I've been a fan of his since BLOOM COUNTY. I don't know whether it'll be good or bad, but I'll give it a shot when it comes out.
Marc McKenzie on Feb 19, 2011
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