We Bare Bears now has an animated movie, and it’s coming to DVD. See the bear brothers in their first feature-length adventure September 8, 2020.
Bear Stack: Assemble!
Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear now have their own big screen adventure in We Bare Bears: The Movie. This time though, they’ve met their match in the form of wildlife control agent Trout. For some reason, he thinks it’s unnatural for a grizzly bear, a panda bear, and an ice bear to live together in harmony. Now, he wants to separate them and restore them to their “natural order”. For obvious reasons, the bear brothers take exception to this. Their solution? Move to Canada.
And so begins the bear brothers’ greatest journey as the brothers try to make it to the fabled Land of the Maple Leaf in one piece in We Bare Bears: The Movie. All the while, Agent Trout harries them every step of the way, trying just as hard to make sure that the family doesn’t arrive anywhere in one piece. Will the bear brothers make it to Canada? Will they realize that Canada is actually pretty cold? Are they make like the penguins from Madagascar upon arriving at Antarctica and am-scray?
Find out on September 8, 2020; when We Bare Bears: The Movie comes out on DVD. Or if you’re impatient, you can get the digital copy right now from iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Vudu, PlayStation Store, Xbox, and many other digital retailers. You might miss out on the bonus features in the DVD though.
Did Someone Say Bonus Features?
The DVD version of We Bare Bears: The Movie will come with a number of exclusive bonus features. This includes running commentary, early sketches of movie scenes, the original movie pitches, animatics, pencil tests, and deleted scenes. All this can be yours for only $19.99 USD. It’s $24.99 for you folks in Canada, so sorry about that.
The hit almost-but-not-quite anime series by Daniel Chong and Cartoon Network Studios now has a full-length animated movie: We Bare Bears: The Movie. Want to see more bear stacks, bear jokes, and internet and anime references?
Catch it now digitally, or on September 8, 2020 on DVD.
Source: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment