Netflix’s Newest Animated Film ‘Robin Robin’ Will be Available Tomorrow

Aardman Animations graces us with yet another captivating animation film Robin Robin, which will be launched on Netflix on Wednesday 24th November.

Robin Robin, a 30-minute symphonic film narrating the story of a robin brought up by a family of rodents, will air on Netflix for well over a month, so all animation lovers and kids should prepare to snuggle in with this stop-motion film in its heyday until Christmas.

Aardman has never disappointed since the release of its first computer animation, Flushed Away in 2006. Since its top-grossing film Chicken Run (2000) was well-received by worldwide fans, things could be looking up for its latest musical film.

Aardman will also collaborate with Netflix on a sequel to Chicken Run, and we expect nothing but animation quality and amazement.

Who Are the Voice Casts?

Dan Ojari and Mikey Please, the film’s creators, have lined up big names for you to voice its iconic characters. Oscar nominee Richard E. Grant who starred in Can You Ever Forgive Me? will voice Magpie, a compulsive collector of shiney items.

Next, we have Golden Globe winner Gillian Anderson who starred in the Crown as Cat, the story’s villain. Other amazing voice actors include Bronte Carmichael as Christopher Robin, the leading character and Adeel Akhtar as Dad Mouse.

Robin Robin’s Plot

The feature film narrates the story of a cheery young Robin who experienced an unorthodox childhood, having been raised by a group of notorious mice after she was found as an egg in a rubbish dump. As she matures, she starts to become aware that she is somewhat different from her family members. She then embarks on a great heist that leads her on a self-discovery journey.

Prepare to sing along with this cheerful musical that proudly garnishes the Christmas season. You can watch a brief trailer of Robin Robin on Netflix today.

Written by Hailey van Braam

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