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Storks | 9/23/2016 | WB Animation. Lord and Miller producing. New trailer page 2. Andy Samberg, Kelsey Grammer and Jennifer Aniston in voice cast.

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Warner Bros. is expanding its growing animation unit beyond Lego properties.

Andy Samberg and Kelsey Grammer have been tapped to voice star in Storks, an animated feature being co-directed by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland, the latter behind the Oscar-nominated short Presto.

Warners has also set a release date of Sept. 23, 2016

While no plot lines were delivered, the studio promises “a fresh and funny look at the fable behind storks.”


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Storks has been development for ages but I guess it's progressing faster than Ninjago hence why WB have given it a 2016 release.

WB still has a film scheduled for February 9th 2018, I imagine it'll be either SmallFoot, Adventure Time, The Flintstones or The Jetsons.

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6 hours ago, BK007 said:

Looks like the animation department from Sony? 


Doesn't have its own unique visual style, in that sense.


Also the stork looks like a seagull. 


Looks like Lord/Miller style. Look at "Clone High" and "Cloudy".


Cute trailer... interesting that one of the TWO characters featured was a woman yet the voices listed (which included Grammer) were all male... um ok?

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