New International Trailer for Dog Journey Movie 'A Dog's Way Home'
"That dog save his life!" Sony Pictures has debuted a wonderful new international trailer for the dog adventure movie titled A Dog's Way Home, adapted from the book of the same name (by the author of A Dog's Purpose) about the epic 400-mile journey of a dog takes to find her way back to her owner. Jonah Hauer-King plays Luke, the hooman who cares for the dog Bella. The full cast of humans includes Bryce Dallas Howard as the voice of Bella, plus Ashley Judd, Alexandra Shipp, Edward James Olmos, and Wes Studi. This looks even more and more like this generation's Homeward Bound, which is fine by me. I appreciate that they don't animate the dog's lips or make her actually speak beyond the voice in her mind, because that would be too much and it's always cheesy. Looking forward to catching this in January.
Here's the new international trailer for Charles Martin Smith's A Dog's Way Home, from YouTube:
A lot can happen between lost and found. A Dog's Way Home chronicles the heartwarming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey back home after she is separated from her beloved human, Lucas (Jonah Hauer-King). A Dog's Way Home is directed by American actor / filmmaker Charles Martin Smith, director of the films Fifty/Fifty, Air Bud, The Snow Walker, Stone of Destiny, Dolphin Tale, and Dolphin Tale 2 previously. The screenplay is written by W. Bruce Cameron & Cathryn Michon; based on the book of the same name written by W. Bruce Cameron. Sony Pictures will release A Dog's Way Home in theaters everywhere starting on January 11th, 2019 early next year. First impression? Who's in?
Man, I saw the whole dog's adventure in this trailer. No need for film anymore ...
shiboleth on Nov 28, 2018
He's gonna make it!
DAVIDPD on Nov 28, 2018
Sir, you may yet be redeemed 🙂 (I completely feel the same way, no room for cynicism for this one!)
Mark on Nov 28, 2018
This is one I'll have to watch. I'm a sucker for the doggies. Sure miss my Samwise.
Mark on Nov 28, 2018
Mad feels and CGI pumas, yo. The best "Incredible Journey" type movie with dogs is (wait for it)....The Incredible Journey from 1963 - there's no dialogue, so the whole story relies on the action and the musical cues. It's really a master class in filmmaking. All other dog movies since then have these talking, or in this case thinking dogs. I don't think dogs talk to themselves like that...not in the same way people do at least.
TheOct8pus on Nov 30, 2018
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