The “My Little Pony” franchise has been a staple in kids’ lives for thirty years. This blog post will discuss the newest addition to the series, My Little Pony: A New Generation and what it means for the future of this beloved show! In the upcoming film, My Little Pony: A New Generation, Robert Cullen and Jose Ucha will direct the computer-animated comedy. Cecil Kramer and Peter Lewis are producing the movie.
My Little Pony: A New Generation Release Details:
The film will be the start of the fifth generation of My Little Pony, as well as a direct sequel to the fourth.
Entertainment One, a company in charge of animated films, is animating this film along with Boulder Media. Originally, Paramount Pictures was set to release “My Little Pony: A New Generation” in theaters. However, because of COVID-19, Netflix will be releasing it on September 24, 2021.
My Little Pony: A New Generation Cast Details:
The latest kids film based on the My Little Pony universe stars:
- Vanessa Hudgens as Sunny Starscout.
- Kimiko Glenn as Izzy Moonbow.
- James Marsden as Hitch Trailblazer.
- Sofia Carson as Pipp Petals.
- Liza Koshy as Zipp Storm.
- Ken Jeong as Sprout.
- Elizabeth Perkins as Phyllis.
- Jane Krakowski as Queen Haven.
- Phil LaMarr as Alphabittle.
- Michael McKean as Argyle.
My Little Pony: A New Generation Plot Synopsis:
The movie centers around Sunny Starscout, an outcast and young activist who still sees hope within Equestria where Twilight Sparkle’s teachings on friendship and harmony have been replaced with paranoia and mistrust, and where all three species of ponies live segregated from each other.
Nevertheless, after an encounter with a missing Unicorn named Izzy, the two plan and execute a cross-country quest involving musical numbers, a jewel heist, conspiracy theories, and “the world’s cutest flying Pomeranian” as they traverse new lands while facing their fears and reconciling enemies.
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