Disney has just released an trailer and poster for their upcoming animated film ‘Strange World.’ The trailer is done in the style of old science fiction film promotions that you would have seen decades ago or at the Sci-Fi Dine-In at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Take a look!
This film has been mentioned but it’s not one we’ve heard a lot about.
— DisneyStrangeWorld (@strangeworld) June 6, 2022
Here’s the write-up from the video:
“Check out the teaser trailer from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ all-new feature film “Strange World.” Jake Gyllenhaal (“The Guilty,” “Spider-Man: Far from Home”) lends his voice to Searcher Clade, the son of a steadfast explorer. The original action-adventure journeys deep into an uncharted and treacherous land where fantastical creatures await the legendary Clades, a family of explorers whose differences threaten to topple their latest—and by far— most crucial mission. Helmed by Don Hall (Oscar®-winning “Big Hero 6,” “Raya and the Last Dragon”) and co-director/writer Qui Nguyen (co-writer “Raya and the Last Dragon”), and produced by Roy Conli (Oscar®-winning “Big Hero 6,” “Tangled”), “Strange World” releases November 23, 2022.”
I love the whole retro feel of the idea and the trailer.
My only concern is that level of weirdness might put some people off. Perhaps that could be changed with more trailers.
But I really do appreciate the creativity and willingness to step out of the box on this one. Many Disney fans are getting tired of live-action retellings and want more new and original stories.
Disney also released a poster:
It feels like the old posters you would get in magazines that you could open up and display, which is fun.
‘Strange World’ will release in theaters on November 23, 2022, the day before Thanksgiving.
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