DreamWorks Animation’s ‘The Wild Robot’ set to hit the early fall 2024 box office

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The mystery surrounding the untitled feature dates on the 2024 theatrical release calendar has been resolved, confirming that Universal has marked September 20, 2024, for the release of DreamWorks Animation’s highly anticipated project, ‘The Wild Robot.’ This adaptation, directed by the three-time Oscar nominee Chris Sanders, brings to life Peter Brown’s award-winning and #1 New York Times bestseller of the same name.

The narrative of ‘The Wild Robot’ is a compelling journey that follows the adventures of ROZZUM unit 7134, affectionately known as “Roz,” a robot that finds itself shipwrecked on an uninhabited island. Stranded and alone, Roz faces the challenges of adapting to the harsh island surroundings, forging unexpected connections with the diverse array of animals populating the locale. Notably, the heartwarming storyline takes a poignant turn as Roz becomes the adoptive parent of an orphaned gosling, adding emotional depth to the tale.

Chris Sanders, renowned for his directorial contributions to DreamWorks Animation’s blockbuster hits like ‘How to Train Your Dragon,’ ‘The Croods,’ and Disney’s ‘Lilo & Stitch,’ spearheads the creative vision behind ‘The Wild Robot.’ The film’s production is in capable hands, with Jeff Hermann—known for his work on DreamWorks Animation’s ‘The Boss Baby 2: Family Business’ and co-production on the ‘Kung Fu Panda’ franchise—serving as the producer.

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Peter Brown’s original work, ‘The Wild Robot,’ an illustrated middle-grade novel published in 2016, garnered critical acclaim and recognition. It earned the esteemed Caldecott Honor and secured the top spot on the New York Times bestseller list. Such success spurred the creation of a trilogy that expanded the universe, with titles like ‘The Wild Robot Escapes’ and ‘The Wild Robot Protects.’ Brown’s impressive body of work has earned him numerous accolades, including a Horn Book Award, two E.B. White Awards, two E.B. White Honors, a Children’s Choice Award for Illustrator of the Year, two Irma Black Honors, a Golden Kite Award, and a New York Times Best Illustrated Book Award.

The chosen release date of September 20 strategically places ‘The Wild Robot’ in a prime position for animated fare, a period historically favorable for successful launches. This timeframe has seen the triumphs of animated classics such as ‘Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs’ and DreamWorks’ own ‘Abominable.’ Notably, the success of SpinMaster and Paramount’s ‘Paw Patrol: The Might Movie,’ which opened to an impressive $22.7 million during the last frame of the preceding September, underscores the commercial potential of animated releases during this period.

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As anticipation builds for the release of ‘The Wild Robot,’ fans and cinema enthusiasts alike can look forward to a heartwarming and visually captivating experience, backed by the creative prowess of Chris Sanders and the storytelling legacy of Peter Brown. The film promises to add another chapter to the rich tapestry of animated cinema, continuing the tradition of bringing cherished literary works to life on the big screen.

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