After bringing fans the first trailer from Smallfoot at CinemaCon earlier in April, Warner Animation Group has now released new hi-res stills from the animated movie. The images give a glimpse of the animated family film’s Yeti characters with the main Yeti known as Migo voiced by Channing Tatum.
It looks like Tatum’s Yeti has a prominent role in the clan as the trailer shows him telling a tale about the legend of Smallfoot to young yetis. In other words, Human beings seem to be considered as mythical and it looks like most of the Yetis don’t believe they exist.
Migo is then joined by a few other Yetis who share his views and they set out to prove the existence of mankind for the rest of the community.
Soon, news of this “smallfoot” throws the simple Yeti community into an uproar over what else might be out there in the big world beyond their snowy village. The film’s story is expected to take the audience through a journey about friendship, courage and the joy of discovery.
James Corden also co-stars in the animated family film as the Smallfoot character himself whose shown as a climber. Migo ends up stumbling across Corden’s Smallfoot but its evident from the trailer that both characters are scared of each other.
Smallfoot has several star-studded casts voicing the characters. Along with Tatum, Zendaya, Common, Lebron James, Gina Rodriquez, Danny DeVito, Yara Shahidi, Ely Henry and Jimmy Tatro have also voiced in the movie.
Fans can check out the photos and trailer below.
Smallfoot is directed by Karey Kirkpatrick. He’s the Annie Award-winning director of Over the Hedge and Annie nominee for the screenplays for Chicken Run.
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