All keyed up for diving into post 100-year era with George Jeston and family? In The Jetsons Animated Movie, there’d be not only your favorite The Jetsons family, but Big Show, Sheamus, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns, Alicia Fox, and your other favorites WWE Superstars will also rock the WrestleMania. The Jetsons Animated Movie is definitely destined to make you go bananas (umm… like Minions), because Cornard Vernon, the director of Box Office buster Sausage Party, has you covered!
Cornard Vernon, also known for Shrek 2, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted, Monsters vs. Aliens, and various other popular animated movies has developed The Jetsons & WWE: Robo WrestleMania. This direct-to-video film is a co-production between Warner Bros. Animation and WWE Studios. Anthony Bell has directed the movie, while Brandon Vietti has produced it.
Jetsons: The Movie, the first film adaptation of The Jetsons, was released in 1990 – and claimed among 10 worst films of the year by Roger Ebert, the famous critic. The Jetsons & WWE: Robo WrestleMania revolves around The Big Show, who after losing from Sheamus is frozen in an ice block at a far island. And guess what? George Jetson would release him.
What to expect from The Jetsons Animated Movie? Well, it is a fun-filled watch that starts with stupendous iconic song of The Jetsons, and continues with traditional Jetsons’ misadventures, that always land in successful winning, as if this ain’t my first rodeo. The only thing missing is the original voice cast of either of William Hanna or Joseph Barbera. It is not only the first Jetsons production in over 27 years, since the release of Jetsons: The Movie, but it is also the first animated production of Warner Bros. without the bros!
The three seasons of The Jetsons kept us thrilled with misadventures of George Jetson and the beautiful wife Jane, young and (a little) clever daughter Judy, and young Elroy. Astro, the family dog is there to save the days. Let’s not forget that very robotic machine Rosie. Feeling nostalgic? Hi-five!
The Orbit City will come under Big Show’s control (some live action, huh?) The Jetsons & WWE: Robo WrestleMania sticks with The Jetsons tradition of happy endings: everyone returned home and spent a good life thereafter!