3D movies are a new trend in American cinema. Lots of producers and directors are making animated films with visual effects as such flicks are in huge demand. Presentation way and the improvement in visual effects with each passing year are the reason that such films are going well at box office. Recently, a flick by Illumination Entertainment created waves and became a hot topic of discussion when it was chosen to screen at Toronto International Film Festival 2016. Its none other than ' Sing.' 'Sing' directed by Garth Jennings and produced by Illumination Entertainment is an upcoming American animated movie. It portrays musical comedy genre .
The 3D effects used in this project makes it exceptional and more likable. John C. Reilly,
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have lent their voices to the animal characters of the story. 'Sing' is stated to have been completed in a total budget of seventy-five million dollars. It's a whooping amount for an animated film. According to our sources, the plot of the flick is kept simple but is hilarious. The story is about a Koala who needs finance to save this theater from closing down. His friend, who is a sheep suggests him to organize a singing competition to raise money.
So auditions are held, and top five contestants are choosed who are Rosita (a pig), Bob (German pig), Ash (a porcupine), Mike (a mouse), Johnny (a gorilla) and Meena (an elephant). Each of these characters has their specialty and funny voice with makes them different from others. So this story promises the audiences to serve that a musical melody with a lot of punches and gags to laugh on. The 3D factor also acts as a plus. Background music and songs are of famous music director Joby Talbot, and Gregory Perler is the editor of the movie. Director, Garth Jennings is also the writer of 'Sing'. Chris Meledandri and Janet Healy are the producers.
Universal Pictures are the official distributor of 'Sing.' They have finalized the release date on December 21, 2016, for the United States. However, it will be released somewhere in September in TIFF. ‘Sing’ is only in one language i.e. English and there is no news of its dubbing in other languages till now. After the major success of 'Frozen' and ' Angry Birds', we are keen to see whether this animated project succeeds in attracting the audience or not. So book 21st December for a movie date with your children and reach your nearest cinemas to watch ‘Sing’ which promises to make you roll with laughter. On Fri, Dec 30, 2016 at 1:17 PM, Sharath