Netflix has released the trailer for “America: The Motion Picture”, which premieres on June 30 this year. The director of the animation is Matt Thompson, best known from the “Archer” series, and the script is written by Dave Calham …
Netflix Shows the trailer for “America: The Motion Picture”, which premieres on June 30 this year. The director of the animation is Matt Thompson, best known from the “Archer” series, and Dave Calham is responsible for the script (he has already written the scripts for “The Expendables”, “Doom”, and “Wonder Woman 1984”).
In the lead roles we will not see Saning Datum, Jason Mundsaucas, Olivia Munn, Judy Greer, Bobby Manihan, Raul Max Trajillo, Villa Forte, Andy Chamberg or Simon Beck.
USA: The Motion Picture. Washington and its mechanical woods
According to Netflix, animation will make fun of the story of America’s beginning. Does this mean anything? Hard to judge from the trailer – one of the first scenes shows a cartoon of George Washington, in which two chains are tied to his hands and announced: – Let’s start a revolution!
In the background behind Washington, there are representatives of various races and nations from the United States, armed to the teeth, with a horse reminiscent of a robotic movie. The British, with whom the Americans fight, benefit from machines like the AT-AT from Star Wars. Another time, Washington’s team rushes to a bar, where the future US president announces: – Ding Dong, which is America’s School ******.
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