The new WWE movie is ready

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The new WWE movie is ready

"Rumble" is a co-production between WWE Studios and Paramount Animation and will air exclusively on Paramount+, according to Mandatory. "Rumble" is an animated feature that will be available to the public in the CBS-owned stream on December 15.

WWE made the announcement on Friday, which was also shared by Becky Lynch on her Twitter profile, as the Irish is one of the many voices lent to the characters in the film, along with colleague Roman Reigns. The other voices are Terry Crews, Will Arnett, Geraldine Viswanathan, Stephen A.

Smith, Susan Kelechi Watson, Tony Danza, Charles Barkley, Ben Schwartz, Chris Eubank, Michael Buffer, Fred Melamed, Bridget Everett, Jimmy Tatro, and Carlos Gomez.

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The film describes it as follows: "In a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, Rumble's teenager Winnie (voiced by Viswanathan) tries to follow in his father's footsteps by training an adorable monster.

underdog to make him a champion." The film is based on the graphic novel "Monster on the Hill" by Rob Harrel. Hamish Grieve directed the film, with the screenplay written by Grieve and Matt Lieberman. Obviously, it's a great thing to be able to bring even more families to WWE, especially with two faces, and in this case voices, such as Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns.

After the peak of the pandemic, where we saw WWE having a hard time without fans in arenas, the Performance Center or the Thunderdome, it was nice to see little fans interacting with their heroes too. Certainly, families have spent a lot of time during the lockdown sitting on their couches watching wrestling.

This will be a way like any other to stimulate children and make them want to follow their heroes even more, who even if they don't wear a cape (or almost), when they are in the ring are an example of strength and how everything is.

possible in life. Tanya Giles, Chief Programming Officer of ViacomCBS Streaming, also made comments following the announcement. She said that Viacom was excited to share an "inspiring underdog story" with their streaming service: "We are thrilled to build on our recent success with family-friendly films and bring Rumble's entertaining and inspiring underdog story to Paramount+ this holiday season..." As mentioned earlier, the film was originally set for theatrical release in July of 2020.

However, due to the pandemic, WWE had to change the film's release date. The date was moved several times throughout 2020 and 2021; with the film at one point being scheduled to be shown to audiences in February of next year.