The trailer for the third SpongeBob movie to hit theaters, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run dropped today and features a cameo of a very familiar face —Keanu Reeves.
He plays a wise bundle of sage that looks a lot like tumbleweed, giving great wisdom to Patrick and SpongeBob as they look for Gary, SpongeBob’s pet snail.
Both previous films had some traditionally animated scenes and some live-action ones with the second also featuring CG animated characters. The new film is entirely CG animated but done in a way that resembles the original 2D art style – resulting in a rather nice visual look.
This Memorial Day weekend, SpongeBob SquarePants, his best friend Patrick Star and the rest of the gang from Bikini Bottom hit the big screen in the first-ever all CGI SpongeBob motion picture event. After SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail Gary is snail-napped, he and Patrick embark on an epic adventure to The Lost City of Atlantic City to bring Gary home. As they navigate the delights and dangers on this perilous and hilarious rescue mission, SpongeBob and his pals prove there’s nothing stronger than the power of friendship.
Watch The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run for Life trailer below:
In theaters in May 2020.
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