3 Animated Movies To Look Forward To This Fall | Film News


Being halfway through 2018, we need to draw the line between what has been going on up until now and what is it yet to come in the cinematic season.


The big winner of this first half of the year were certainly the Marvel blockbusters: from Black Panther to Avengers: Infinity War, the superheroes formula never grows old as it is sure to cash in billions of dollars.


But there is another category where money flows easily for the big studios, helped partially by the enthusiasm of the little ones, but let’s be real, also because it satisfies our inner childhood nostalgia.


I’m talking, of course, about animation. After the current success at the box office of the Incredibles 2, the rest of 2018 looks as bright as the one that has just passed.


Here’s our best pick of the animated movies that will hit the big screen next:


1) Fireworks: the GKIDS produced movie has just came out this 4th of July, right on time for the USA Independence Day celebration and it promises to blow your mind. The science-fi film follows the time-travel journey of Norimichi, a young boy who is in love with his classmate Nazuna. After getting a hold of a mysterious glass marble, Norimichi discovers that he can jump back in time. Will he get a second chance with his love Nazuna?


2) Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation: Our favourite Count is back in town, or better, is going on a cruise for the summer. Mavis, voiced by Selena Gomez, has arranged the perfect plan for all the Hotel’s crew to get some well deserved downtime together. Between a new love interest for Drac and a deadly enemy behind the corner, the monsterly summer cruise ensure lots of laugh out loud moments.


3) Smallfoot: Resuming the Yeti’s legend about the legendary monster with a giant foot, the new Warner Animation Group flick has decided to pull a ‘what if’ in the story plot and reverse the usual narrative. So, what if we were the elusive creatures known as “humans” and a young Yeti finds out we exist? Sounds like an interesting concept that will probably drop some grand metaphor of the human nature along the journey.



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