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http://www.thewrap.com/paramount-bumps-monster-trucks-to-2017-sets-spongebob-squarepants-3-for-2019/

 

The original animated film “AMUSEMENT PARK” will open March 22, 2019. From veteran animation director Dylan Brown (Supervising Animator on “RATATOUILLE” and “FINDING NEMO,” Directing Animator on “TOY STORY”), the film stars the voicesMatthew Broderick, Jennifer Garner, Jeffrey Tambor, Kenan Thompson, Ken Jeong, Mila Kunis, John Oliver, and Brianna Denski.

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3 minutes ago, That One Guy said:

Damn, they really just jumped in on the previous SLOP 2 release spot.  Paramount probably has a shit ton of confidence in this.

 

The last Paramount Animation title was Monster Trucks, lets see if this one can make the date they have specified.

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2 minutes ago, grim22 said:

 

The last Paramount Animation title was Monster Trucks, lets see if this one can make the date they have specified.

It was originally supposed to open in March 2019.

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1 hour ago, That One Guy said:

Damn, they really just jumped in on the previous SLOP 2 release spot.  Paramount probably has a shit ton of confidence in this.

 

With that cast, I'd be confident too.

 

Say what you want about Broderick, but his voice was made for animation. He's better at voice acting than live action acting. The others just sound like an interesting group to collaborate with.

 

Didn't know Kenan Thompson was still acting, by the way. Good for him.

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http://variety.com/2017/film/news/viacom-paramount-1201982667/

 

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Viacom said that Paramount’s film slate will now include one to two co-branded releases from each of the flagships annually. To kick things off, Nickelodeon and Paramount will collaborate on four films. The first, “Amusement Park,” will premiere in theaters in summer 2018 and will then inspire a TV series on Nickelodeon the following year.

 

 

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Pretty big plans.

 

But first, Paramount needs to actually fucking make something. Not delay it. Not shift release dates. Not cancel it because a supposedly "similar" title flopped. Then they can plan their kids shows...

 

Besides, 2018 is going to be crowded. People think March of 2017 looks bonkers? Summer of 2018 looks like a war zone.

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I would be lying if I said that I was interested, but the cast is what could ultimately get me to see this.

 

I'm not big on animated movies these days, so that's the only reason why I haven't been paying much attention to it.

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