Tom and Jerry, the classic cartoon cat and mouse combo, are back on the big screen.
Warner Bros. on Tuesday dropped the first trailer for oneself named film in which Tom and Jerry are animated characters while their surroundings are live-action. It is suggestive of the historic Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Long-lasting character voice entertainer Frank Welker again pulls twofold obligation as the cartoon pair with a supporting (human) cast that incorporates Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Colin Jost, Ken Jeong, Rob Delaney and Pallavi Sharda.
Somewhat more than two minutes in length, the review shows the hijinks Tom and Jerry get themselves into at an extravagant New York City inn just before “the wedding of the century” to be held there.
The characters last showed up in a component film in 1992’s dull Tom and Jerry: The Movie.
The Warner Bros. film is expected out in theaters one year from now.
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