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2021’s Most Popular Animated Films

2021's Most Popular Animated Films

In 2021, the joyous tradition of Saturday-morning cartoons is already going high. Animation technology is progressing all the time, even though it does still veer into uncanny valley territory (looking at you, CATS). Animated films, on the other hand, often provide us with the rare gift of whimsical depictions of our wildest dreams. With the state of the world as it is, we could need more ridiculous, goofy, and stunning cartoons than ever before.
Fortunately, the animation industry is well-positioned to flourish in these remote-working days, and we should foresee a spike in animated films (for all generations!) in the coming years. Here are the 2021’s Most Popular Animated Films.

1. Tom & Jerry (Feb. 26)

The world’s most popular cartoon rivals reunite for a cat-and-mouse game on the big screen. When Jerry moves into a miniature suite at a posh New York City hotel, Tom arrests Jerry before he ruins an important wedding. The film stars Chloe Grace Moretz, Michael Pea, Colin Jost, Rob Delaney, and Ken Jeong and is a blend of live-action and computer animation.

2. SpongeBob 2: Sponge on the Run (Feb 2021)

The next SpongeBob movie has been postponed several times, but it will eventually be released this year on PVOD and CBS All Access in the United States, most likely in February. Our old Bikini Bottom pals will look a bit different due to 3D animation, but they’ll always go on the same silly journeys we know and love. SpongeBob and Patrick must save Gary, who has been “snail-napped” in Sponge on the Run. Keanu Reeves makes an odd cameo as a wise ‘sage’ tumbleweed who gives them advice on their journey.

3. Raya and the Last Dragon (Mar. 5)

A young warrior named Raya must locate the last surviving dragon to bring peace to the lands of Kumandra in this fantastical story from the makers of Moana and Frozen. Raya is played by Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars. The Last Jedi, and Sisu the Dragon is played by Awkwafina from Black Panther.

4. Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (April 2)

The iconic James Corden-voiced bunny is back on the big screen for a new adventure. This sequel sees Peter Rabbit and his furry companions running amok in the big city after they run away from home. They try a farmer’s market heist and get tangled up with some shady characters. It stars Domhnall Gleeson and Rose Byrne in live-action roles as Thomas and Bea.

5. Bob’s Burgers: The Movie (April 9)

The Belchers, everyone’s favorite burger-flipping oddball family, are set to appear in Bob’s Burgers: The Movie this year. The film will star the original cast in their legendary roles and will “scratch any itch the fans of the show have ever had,” according to producer Loren Bouchard. A teaser will release soon, and specifics are sparse.

6. Rumble (May 14)

Animals are legendary competitors participating in Giant Wrestling in a world where giant monsters coexist with humans. Geraldine Viswanathan (Blockers) plays Winnie, a human adolescent who coaches fuzzy underdog monster Steve (Will Arnett) to triumph over the reigning champion, Tentacular (Terry Crews).

7. Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 2)

Who doesn’t like a strong villain origin story? 12-year-old Felonious Gru attempts to prove his worth to a gang of supervillains by showing them just how bad he can be. Whether you or a loved one is a fan of the Minions, The Rise of Gru is sure to offer plenty of shenanigans with the tiny yellow henchmen in denim overalls.

8. Space Jam 2: A New Legacy (July 16)

The wait for the sequel to 1996’s Space Jam will be over soon. LeBron James, Bugs Bunny, and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang would feature in the upcoming film as they dribble their way into a new simulated adventure that could include appearances from Warner Bros. characters including Voldemort and Pennywise. For an AI villain (Don Cheadle), LeBron and his young son, Bronny, stuck in a digital universe orchestrated. So they must play their way out but the crossover possibilities are limitless. It’s a “parenting movie,” according to LeBron. Because his character must come to terms with his son’s true dreams and gifts, even though they vary from his own.

9. The Addams Family 2 (Oct. 8)

They’re scary and kooky, and they’re back for a second installment. Due out this Halloween, when the world will ideally ‘return to (ab)normal,’ the animated twist on the classic gothic family will star the same cast (Chloe Grace Moretz, Charlize Theron, Nick Kroll, Bette Midler, Snoop Dogg, Oscar Isaac) voicing the ghoulish characters (Chloe Grace Moretz, Charlize Theron, Nick Kroll, Bette Midler, Snoop Dogg, Oscar Isaac). Oh, please don’t forget Bill Hader and Javon Walton.

10. Encanto (Nov. 24)

Encanto, a Disney animated musical with music by Lin Manuel-Miranda, sets in Colombia and follows a magical family. It’s an “intergenerational family tale and all the complexities it entails,” according to Miranda.

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