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Western Animation / Wonder Park

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"We are the wonder in Wonderland."
"Boy, it's going to be a great day!"

Wonder Park is the fourth film from Paramount Animation, co-produced by Nickelodeon Movies with Spain's Ilion Animation Studios (Planet 51) handling the animation. It was produced and written by Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec, with Kendra Haaland serving as an additional producer. The movie stars Brianna Denski, Ken Hudson Campbell, Kenan Thompsonnote , Ken Jeong, Mila Kunis, John Oliver, Matthew Broderick, and Jennifer Garner.

Cameron "June" Bailey is an optimistic and imaginative young girl who, following her mother becoming deathly ill and sent away for medical treatment, decides to abandon her creative pursuits in favor of keeping a watchful eye on her father. After escaping a bus on the way to summer camp due to paranoia about her dad's health, June stumbles across an abandoned amusement park in the forest that strangely mirrors the miniature one that she used to build with her mom, right down to the talking animals. With the park overrun by a mysterious dark force, June works with her creations brought to life to help return Wonderland back to its former glory, and maybe even recover her love of fantasy.


The film was released on March 15, 2019. Not only is it one of the rare films that received a MPAA rating way before its final release date, but it also holds the far more notable distinction of being the first big-budget Hollywood feature production since 1995's The Pebble and the Penguin to be released without a credited director.

Similarly to Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Barnyard, the film serves as the prequel to a television series that is currently in development by Nickelodeon.

Previews: Teaser, Trailer.


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