Watch: A Wild Ryan Reynolds Appears in New Trailer for 'The Croods'
The first trailer for DreamWorks Animation's The Croods was a nice set up, but now a new full length trailer gives us a better idea of the story and our first glimpse at Ryan Reynolds' character Guy. Honestly, this trailer is much better than the first, and there seems to be some pretty dark humor at work here as Nicolas Cage's Grug character just wants Gran (Cloris Leachman) to die. There's some gorgeous imagery here, and I'm hoping this could be one of the great films from DWA like How to Train Your Dragon or Kung Fu Panda. Emma Stone, Clark Duke and Catherine Keener also lend their voices. Have fun!
Here's the new trailer for DreamWorks Animation's The Croods, originally from Apple:
How To Train Your Dragon collaborators Chris Sanders and Kirk DeMicco are co-directing this prehistoric animated feature film, which was also developed with the help of Monty Python troupe member John Cleese. The film follows The Croods, an introverted family, who find themselves guided out of their cave into this dynamic world by a resourceful newcomer (Ryan Reynolds) who may bring more stress than relief to the patriarch (Nicolas Cage) of the family. Catherine Keener, Emma Stone, Clark Duke and Cloris Leachman also voice characters in the DreamWorks Animation film slated to hit theaters in 3D on March 1st, 2013.
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
This actually looks pretty funny!
John on Dec 5, 2012
"Try hiding from it in the tall, dry grass!" Okay, that made me laugh so maybe this won't be a steaming pile of crap after all.
Matt Peloquin on Dec 5, 2012
Surprised. Some major guffaws.
97point6 on Dec 5, 2012
umm this looks really good
me on Dec 5, 2012
Wow...dream works is doing great! Megamind was a pleasant surprise, Kung Fu Panda is awesome. Despicable Me is great, and HTTYD was amazing...looks like another great addition!
Xerxexx on Dec 5, 2012
Just FYI, Despicable Me was not DreamWorks. It was the inaugural release of Illumination Entertainment.
Daniel on Dec 12, 2012
Funnies all around. Looks promising!
Ayotunde Afolabi on Dec 5, 2012
redskulllives on Dec 5, 2012
Ha ha that looked real good - loved How To Train Your Dragon so I am in.
dom on Dec 6, 2012
lol! I actually laughed a few times. ;3
Jordan on Dec 7, 2012
This looks good because all humans can connect with it i think.
Abroham Lincoln on Dec 7, 2012
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