Penguins of Madagascar Movie
The mission impossible of our beloved penguins and their struggle and fight for the same is what the movie is all about. The world is in danger and it can be saved only by our penguin task force (with a little bit of help of course). This upcoming action comedy film will feature our cutest creature in not so cute avatar and who doesn’t love it?
Directed – Simon J. Smith, Eric Darnell
Produced – Mark Swift, Lara Breay, Tripp Hudson
Screenplay – John Aboud, Michael Colton, Brandon Sawyer, Tom McGrath, Eric Darnell
Based on Characters created – Tom McGrath, and Eric Darnell
Starring – Tom McGrath, Chris Miller, John DiMaggio, Christopher Knights, Benedict Cumberbatch, John Malkovich
Music – Lorne Balfe
Distributed – 20th Century Fox
Release dates – November 14, 2014 (China), November 26, 2014 (United States)
Country – United States
Language – English
Budget – $132 million
Penguins of Madagascar Trailer
Skipper along with his three friends Kowlaski, Rico and Private is on a voyage. They have been called upon to serve for the North wind which is an undercover inter species task force. This task force is working dedicatedly for those animals that just cannot help themselves. Dr Octavius Brine does not have good intentions and he is planning to take over the world. Now the penguins do not have any other option, they will have to fight back with strategy and planning. They do have help and Classified is going to guide them through the most important mission of their lives.
The movie stars Tom McGrath as Skipper (the leader of penguins), Chris Miller as Kowalski (the brain of the penguins), John DiMaggio as Rico (the loose cannon of the penguins), Christopher Knights as Private (the rookie of the penguins), Benedict Cumberbatch as Classified (a wolf and team leader of the North wind), John Malkovich as Dave/ Dr Octavius Brine (a villainous and disgrunted octopus), Ken Jeong as Short Fuse (an explosive and demolitions expert seal), Annet Mahendru as Eva (a snowy owl and intelligence analyst), Peter Stormare as Corporal (a Norwegian polar bear) and Werner Herzog as the narrator.
The movie has been co directed by Simon J Smith and Eric Darnell. The screenplay has been done by John Aboud, Michael Colton, Brandon Sawyer, Tom McGrath and Eric Darnell. “Penguins of Madagascar” has been produced by Mark Swift, Lara Breay and Tripp Hudson under the banner of Dreamworks Animation and Pacific Data Images. The distribution rights are of 20th Century Fox.
The music has been composed by Lorne Balfe.
The movie has been set to hit the theatres on November 26, 2014.
We love 3D movies and we love penguins and when they both combine we become the happiest person on the earth. If somebody lives by this motto then they are going to have the movie of the year and then the movie will definitely be a hit.