There are millions of people throughout the world who play Angry Birds on their mobile phones and tablets, so it seems kind of inevitable that the makers of the game would have found a way to further monetize the franchise, and voila, they have. According to Screen Crush, The Angry Birds Movie trailer has debuted online, and while the fact that there’s a big screen adaptation of the popular game is a no-brainer, how the makers of the film will fill 90 minutes with content remains a mystery.
The Angry Birds game has now spun off with 14 different editions since 2010 along with ancillary products such as action figures, key chains, posters, books, graphic novels, board games and stuffed animals.
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Perhaps all these derivations of the game were in preparation for this epic animated movie that may rival what Pixar or Dreamworks have released throughout the past decade.1
The big question that any lover of the Angry Birds game would have is what a movie plot would consist of, since the game really doesn’t have what one would call a storyline.
Those of you who have played the game know that the only real goal you have is to destroy as many evil pigs as possible. That works well for a mindless game that’s intended as a distraction, but a movie needs plot, character, dialogue and music as key elements for success.
If you take a look at the trailer below, you will start to understand that the creative minds behind this film have crafted a story about a bunch of birds, some angrier than others, who have to band together when evil pigs invade their home with bad intentions.
With major voice talent such as Jason Sudeikis (The Hangover), Danny McBride (Eastbound and Down), Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live), Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones), and Bill Hader (Trainwreck), the film promises to elicit the same kind of thrills and emotion of any major animated release of the past few years.
The true test will be whether the legions of fans who love Angry Birds as a game will show up on opening day to watch their favorite mad birds go to war against evil pigs2.
It’s important to remember that movie franchises such as Pirates of the Caribbean were sourced from a Disney amusement park ride, so underestimating the power of Angry Birds may be a mistake. The film opens May 20, 2016.
Yesterday, IMDb released the official poster for the film:
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