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Trailers: We The People, Marvel's What If, Belle and More

Looking for animation trailers? You've come to the right place! We've got trailers coming out of our ears. We rounded up some of the most exciting ones here. 


We The People

We The People promises to be something new from Netflix. It's not a traditional series but instead a series of animated music videos that are intended to educate viewers about the basics of rights and citizenship. It's got a distinctly US-centric angle but animation lovers everywhere will be impressed by the pedigree behind this- the series is produced by Doc McStuffins creator Chris Nee, Kenya Barris and (strangely enough) Barack and Michelle Obama. Directors of videos include Peter Ramsey (Spiderverse), Daron Nefcy (Star Vs The Forces Of Evil), Jorge Guiterrez (The Book Of Life), Everett Downing (Hair Love) and Trisha Gum (Lego Batman). Featured musicians are Lin Manuel Miranda, Daveed Diggs, Kristen Anderson Lopez, Robert Lopez and Janelle Monae.




This eagerly anticipated show is the first animated addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Based on a popular line of comics, the series depicts alternative reality versions of outcomes from the Marvel Movies. Such as what if Agent Carter took the super-soldier serum? What if T'challa became Starlord? The animated episodes will feature an all-star voice cast reprising their roles from the live-action films and will include Chadwick Boseman's final appearance as T'challa.


Fresh from the success of The Mitchells Vs The Machines, another Sony Pictures Animation release hits Netflix this month. This time around, it's a Chinese co-production, part of Sony's international strategy. The movie has a certain superficial similarity to last year's Over The Moon, but this seems to be a much faster moving and livelier affair- even if it lacks the inventive visuals of The Mitchells.


I don't think anybody would claim that the first Boss Baby movie was a masterpiece but it had some creative ideas in it and it found an audience. The sequel- which sees the now grown-up versions of the characters from the first flick turned back into their younger selves- doesn't look like it will convince anybody who wasn't a fan of the original. It looks much like business as usual.


We've got our best look yet at visionary director Mamoru Hosoda's eagerly anticipated next film in this new international trailer. This English-subtitled trailer will give you more of an idea of the actual plot than any previous teaser, as well as showing off more of the fabulous looking animation. We can't wait!

BELLE by Mamoru Hosoda - Exclusive new trailer from Charades on Vimeo.