From the work where you can see the action of a cute cat hero to the film version of ‘Slam Dunk’, a cartoon that dominated the 1990s. Animations that both children and adults can enjoy are looking for audiences in January.
First, ‘Puss in Boots: Awesome Adventure’ will be released on the 4th.
Puss in Boots, a popular character in the ‘Shrek’ series, is the cat’s second solo film.
Puss in Boots, with only one left out of nine lives, sets off in search of a star that wishes to escape from the fear of death.
Ex-girlfriend Kitty Malangson, and Pero, an abandoned dog he met in a shelter, are also together.
However, the journey becomes more difficult when Jack Horner, a girl called Elen Benfelen, and her family, who are proud of a huge body, also try to claim the star who wishes.
Through the adventures of Puss in Boots, the film reminds us of the true meaning of courage and the importance of family and friends.
Puss in Boots adds warmth to the process of two animals with different personalities, a cat and a fero, and a cat and a dog becoming friends.
‘Prince Charming’, which will be released on the 11th, is also a derivative (derivative work) of the ‘Shrek’ series.
Prince Charming, the ‘mama boy’ who lost Princess Fiona to Shrek, is portrayed as possessing a fatal charm.
Suffering from the ‘curse of charm’ which makes all girls fall in love at first sight, the prince becomes engaged to three princesses at the same time: Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty, and gets falsely accused of being a ‘bad boy’. .
In order to break the curse, you must find your one true love. Prince Charming embarks on a love quest with the mysterious thief Lenore.
This work will provide fun by twisting the settings of existing fairy tales in a pleasant way.
Lenore, the only woman immune to the charm curse, acts as an escort to protect the prince, and the princesses actively compete to win their love.
Demi Lovato, who sang ‘Let It Go’, the ‘Frozen’ theme song, and pop stars Sia and Avril Lavigne took part in dubbing.
The original soundtrack (OST) they sang also raises expectations.
‘Carrie and Super Cola’, made by Carriesoft from ‘Carrie and Toy Friends’, will be released on the 18th.
This is the first theatrical version of Carrie content, telling the story of 11-year-old Carrie and her friends facing off against space villains with super-powered Super Cola.
Directed by Oh Seong-yoon and Lee Chun-baek, directors of ‘The Hen Who Came Out of the Wild’, the main Korean animation.
After the film, there is also ‘dance time’ where you can sing and dance together.
Adult nostalgia-inducing film ‘The First Slam Dunk’ is also looking for audiences on the 4th.
The theatrical version of the popular manga “Slam Dunk” is written and directed by Takehiko Inoue, the original author.
Instead of Kang Baek-ho, who was the main character of the original work, Song Tae-seop, who is 168 cm tall, is the main character, and he captures the final game of the cartoon, Battle of the Mountain King in live
The match between Buksan High School’s basketball team, including Song Tae-seop, Kang Baek-ho, Seo Tae-woong, Jeong Dae-man, and Chae Chi-soo, and Sanwang Technical High School, which is called the strongest team in high school, drawn with a sense of urgency as if he had just jumped out of a comic book.
The story that could not be seen in the original was also added to add freshness.
It shows youth drama through challenges and frustrations, quarrels and reconciliation in the process of running towards the dream of national dominance by 5 Buksan High School basketball teams.
In addition to these new works, there are animations such as ‘Theatrical version Pororo and Friends: Get rid of the virus!’, ‘Theatrical version of Mystery Apartment and the Seven Worlds’, and ‘The Snow Queen 5: Snow Princess and the Secret of Mirrorland’, which was released last month, is expected to be released next year as well, moments meeting the audience in the theatre.