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Meet the Characters of ‘Storks’ in a Huge Batch of Clips & Posters

To this point, 2016 has not featured a bad animated movie. Sure, some were better than others, but none were terrible, even bad. From Disney’s Zootopia to Laika’s stop-motion Kubo and the Two Strings, all cylinders have been firing in 2016 when it comes to animation, and it doesn’t look like it’s slowing down. The two most fans are looking forward to for the rest of the year are Disney’s Moana and Universal’s Sing, but a little upcoming animated movie called Storks may catch audiences by surprise.

It’s a no-brainer that Storks will be a mainstay at the box-office for weeks after its release, animated movies like this one always are. And although the marketing hasn’t been as heavy as other animated projects, the little amount of footage that has been released actually looks pretty good. I’ll never forget when I first saw the moment in the latest trailer where a pair of birds flew straight into a window, because birds can’t see glass, I died laughing and still bust up every time I see it. I don’t know what it is, but I’m quite excited to check this movie out. It looks like a fun, inventive idea behind the legend of storks delivering babies.

Like I said above, there hasn’t been a whole lot released on Storks so far, and that may be because it still has a month left until in hits theaters. But now that we are in that 4 week range, Warner Bros. is looking to get audiences excited about their latest animated outing. They’ve released a whole bunch of new goodies online, which include a total of 8 new clips and 11 posters (both character and official). You can see one of the new posters above, but head down below to check out everything else.

Are you looking forward to Storks? What stands out to you? Is it just not your cup of tea? Why or why not? Storks flies into theaters September 23rd, 2016 and stars the voices of Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Jordan Peele, Keegan-Michael Key, and Kelsey Grammer.

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