14 July 2024

Ride The Wild Side Watch Wonder Park First Trailer!

What if the park you always imagined came to life? Next Spring the doors will open and welcome you to Wonder Park. Today Paramount Pictures releases the UK Trailer, the story of a young girl’s imagination opens up when her favourite theme park is under threat. Her creative mind comes alive creating the greatest ever theme park!

There was an American Teaser Trailer released a while back when the film was called Amusement Park. This is the first UK version reminds us a little of Zootropolis meets Disney’s Tomorrowland. Kids should be encouraged to explore their imagination, to become more creative, think for themselves.

The film has been plagued by problems with original director Dylan Brown was removed from production. It was believed the film was meant to be set in the 1990’s, now looks a different decade now. The film name change may be in line with the upcoming Television series to arrive on Nickelodeon in the near future. Potential franchise on the cards?

For the targetted audience those changes will mean nothing. On paper, this looks a fun film and introducing talking lovable (at times chaotic) animals always do a trick for the kids. Who couldn’t resist the chimpanzombies?

Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.

Iconic British voice talent of former Dr Who Tom Baker (Boomer) and YouTube sensations Joe Sugg and Caspar Lee (Gus & Cooper). They join the stellar Hollywood cast of Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, Norbert Leo Butz, Brianna Denski, Ken Hudson Campbell, Kenan Thompson, John Oliver, and Ken Jeong.

Wonder Park will be open for rides in the UK and Ireland from April 2019 (USA 15 March 2019).

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