The violently antagonistic cat and mouse will star in “Tom and Jerry,” a hybrid live-action and animated movie that sees the 2 sq. off in an upscale New York lodge.
Per the trailer, conniving mouse Jerry has taken up residence within the molding, and eager-to-please worker Chloë Grace Moretz is charged with evicting him. Tom arrives to assist terrorize the mouse out of this home.
However as anybody who’s seen any iteration of “Tom and Jerry” is aware of, the cat hardly ever wins. Within the trailer alone, Tom pinballs between two automobiles, is cartoonishly electrocuted, and is thrown in entrance of a bus by his tiny tormenter.
Michael Peña, Colin Jost and Ken Jeong co-star with the Hanna-Barbera characters. Cartoon violence ensues.
The movie is scheduled for a March theatrical launch.
Studios are tentatively scheduling movies for extensive theatrical releases in 2021 with hopes that coronavirus circumstances will subside and it will be protected to collect in enclosed areas with strangers once more. Blockbusters just like the James Bond flick “No Time to Die” and Marvel’s “Eternals” have been delayed for months from their preliminary launch date, although many theaters have not survived months-long closures introduced on by the pandemic. Some studios are releasing movies on streaming platforms, like Disney with its would-be blockbuster “Mulan,” or are screening them in theaters for just a few weeks earlier than they debut on demand.