Megamind will be back, but in a DreamWorks series

Abominable will also be entitled to a television sequel.

The American platform Peacock has just signed two new series with the DreamWorks Animation studio. Two sequels from the movies Megamind and Abominable.

The first will be called Megamind’s Guide To Defending Your City. A series produced by DreamWorks Animation, which will take place in the continuity of the 2010 feature film and will see Megamind to pass “from supervillain and scourge of Metro City to superhero who learns on the job. He’ll take the audience with him, as Megamind’s trusty brainbots will record everything, making him the world’s premier superhero influencer.”

It’s unclear if the original, highly impressive cast will return. At the time, it was Will Ferrell who doubled Megamind, facing Tina Fey, Jonah Hill and even Brad Pitt (Kad Merad, G√©raldine Nakache and Franck Dubosc in VF). By contrast, Alan Schoolcraft and Brent Simons, who wrote the original film, will serve as executive producers alongside Eric Fogel.

In addition, the Peacock platform – not available in France – also announces a suite ofAbominablewhich will be called Abominable and the Invisible City. It will be a comedy adventure series that will continue the story of the 2019 film: “Thanks to Everest, the Yeti, Yi, Jin, and Peng know there’s a whole magical world out there, and now it’s even closer than they think. think,” reads the official synopsis. “When they discover that their surroundings are full of magical creatures that need their help, children embark on extraordinary and heartfelt adventures through their town and beyond.

Likewise, it’s unclear who of the original voice cast (which included Chloe Bennett, Abert Tsai, Eddie Izzard and Sarah Paulson) will be returning for this sequel.Abominable.

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