(French) Trailer Bulletin: Luc Besson's Arthur and the Minimoys

by | June 7, 2006 | Comments

Luc Besson‘s new animated adventure epic is called "Arthur and the Minimoys," and it’ll hit American screens later this year courtesy of WeinsteinCo. Until then you can check out this brand-new trailer … but you’ll only understand the dialogue if you speak French!

"Ten-year-old Arthur has a lot on his plate: a real estate developer is about to snap up his grandma’s home–and there’s no way Arthur’s going to hang around for his parents or grandparents to sort out the problem. Maybe the solution lies in his grandpa’s treasure, which is hidden somewhere on the "other side" in the land of the Minimoys. The creatures that inhabit this world are just a tenth of an inch tall and live in perfect harmony with their environment. Arthur ventures into this world of the Minimoys, where he meets Princess Selenia and her brother Betameche. Together they set off to look for the treasure that will save his grandma."

The American version will reportedly come with voice actors like Freddie Highmore, Mia Farrow, David Bowie, and Snoop Dogg, and will hit theaters on December 25th.

(Thanks to MCN for the trailer linkage.)

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