2019 ‧ Fantasy/Adventure ‧ 1h 26m
Initial release: March 15, 2019 (USA)
Director: David Feiss
Budget: 100 million USD
Production companies: Nickelodeon Movies, Paramount Animation, Ilion Animation Studios
Producers: Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Kendra Halland
Getting Bored! Being a couch potato…Then get ready to be amaze by the story of the latest nickelodeon & Paramount animation movie “The Wonder Park”. It tells the story of an amusement park in which the creative ideas of a little girl name June come to action. She discovers the wonderland hidden in the woods. In the park she gets to meet funny talking animals. But unfortunately the park was in messed up condition. But soon she discovers that all of these animals her figment of her imagination and the park cannot live without her so decides to fix it up with her lovable and fun park friends.
June and her cuddly animal buddies has to battle those “Chimpanzombies” who may seem to be cute and friendly but their intentions are absolutely no good. They all fight to save the wonderland from breaking apart and getting disappear into the purple clouds of darkness
Wonder Park is full of adventure, action and comedy. It has all the flavors to remind you of your childhood days. It is sure to take you back to your imaginative world just like one created by June. Take inspiration to bring back your imagination back alive. It is the family movie fun to watch your kids. Yes, it does have couple of over the age flirty lines like “I burn for your baby” and some swearing as well. The enchanting film purposes curiosity, persistence and keep doing what you love to do fearlessly.
If we talk about the production team of this amazing film are as follows: The director of movie is David Feiss. While the producers are Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Kendra Halland. Book your tickets today to watch this fascinating animated film. Later, you can enjoy the game of this classy film for back to back fun.
Box Office/ Budget
The animated film Wonder Park has the production budget of $80-$100 million. The Wonder Park released alongside Captain State and five Feet Apart and is projected to gross $8-$14 million in 3838 Theatres and 700,000 from Thursday night previews. The movie has got rating of 3 out of 5 due as it has adventurous plot and colorful scheme but lack of compelling story.