Third 'Epic' Trailer

From the creators of 'Ice Age' and 'Rio' comes this animated family adventure about a young girl magically transported into a secret world.
From the creators of Ice Age and Rio comes Epic, an animated adventure that revolves around the ongoing battle deep in the forest between good and evil forces. A teenage girl finds herself magically transported to this secret universe of talking slugs, where she must band together a rag-tag team of misfits to save their world...And ours. Watch as Beyoncé Knowles, Colin Farrell, Josh Hutcherson, and Amanda Seyfried lend their voices to this magical fantasy for children of all ages.

Epic was released May 24th, 2013 and stars Blake Anderson, Aziz Ansari, Allison Bills, Jim Conroy, Todd Cummings, John Di Maggio, Troy Evans, Colin Farrell. The film is directed by Chris Wedge.

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Comments (12)

  1. BaronSpark

    WOW, these news are completely different from what I read a few days ago when Mr. Orange gave his sh*tty opinion about this movie...LAME!!! :p

    1 year agoby @BaronSparkFlag

  2. Emmy has a Gun

    I seriously doubt there's any intent to brainwash anyone and calling this propaganda is reading too far into the message. A LOT of movies have some kind of subtitle underlying message, and this one's happens to be save the environment (which how is that a bad thing? we kind of need to care more about the world before we destroy it).
    Personally I think this looks great and can't wait to see it.

    1 year agoby @emmyhasagunFlag

  3. Frenzy2001

    Somebody inform the person that wrote this "story" that this is a movie news website, and that his opinion isn't needed or wanted. Let the audiance make there own descissions.

    1 year agoby @frenzy2001Flag

  4. MovieManiac

    So f*cking biased.

    1 year agoby @moviemaniac66Flag

  5. XanderDrax

    Mr. Orange, If I wanted to hear someone talk out of his ass, I'd listen to Glenn Beck. Get Bent, Loser.

    1 year agoby @xanderdraxFlag

  6. Ninjacobra5

    @paulington I love free speech as much as I love pie. I'm just not sure that folks such as myself who are looking for news about movies are interested in being beaten over the head with extreme political shenanigans. He obviously has the right to say it, just like I have the right to think he's a nutball, just like you have the right to postulate about my loathing of the first amendment. Can, but shouldn't.

    1 year agoby @ninjacobra5Flag

  7. Paulington

    @ninjacobra5 "You may want to cool it with the editorials next time on your movie news website, slick." Go hate free speech somewhere else, please.

    1 year agoby @paulingtonFlag

  8. Gandoff

    @bawnian-dexeus You said it to the point. Kids see them as just a simple film of fun in animation. We may may get more evolved with the characters like coloring books and video games. But we don't leave the movie theater, and go picked oil companies. We go straight to Mc D's wanting the Happy Meals with the toys from the movie...

    1 year agoby @gandoffFlag

  9. Ninjacobra5

    You may want to cool it with the editorials next time on your movie news website, slick.

    1 year agoby @ninjacobra5Flag

  10. John M

    Mr. Orange is certainly voicing his opinion which makes up most of the article. All he head to do was post the facts of the film and the trailer and we could easily judge for ourselves. I really don't know how he manages to keep his job here at movieweb.

    1 year agoby @john-mFlag

  11. thedude-abides

    @movieweb This article is f*cking ridiculous.

    1 year agoby @thedude-abidesFlag

  12. Bawnian©-Dexeus

    You know, as a kid I never got the whole "Save the Planet" message from those two movies. I just watched it for the animation alone. I was too preoccupied with my video games, coloring books and spending time with my friends to give a damn about the environment

    1 year agoby @bawnian-dexeusFlag