In the primary trailer for Sony Pictures Animation’s “Connected,” Danny McBride performs a dopey, suburban dad who feels he’s drifting away from his household due to how a lot time they spend on their cellphones and gadgets. But that’s earlier than a military of robots by accident flip evil and threaten the planet.
“Connected” is produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller alongside Kurt Albrecht, the crew behind Sony’s “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” But this can be a completely different type of superhero story, as they at one level should carry out the herculean activity of truly placing down their telephones and making eye contact.
“You know, this is our last night together. How about we make 10 seconds of family eye contact? Starting — put your phone down — now,” McBride’s character says as his household strains bug eyes at him. “No, you’re allowed to blink, it’s just eye contact.”
“Connected” begins because the daughter of the Mitchell household is heading out to school, however after getting right into a battle on the dinner desk that finally ends up smashing her laptop, the daddy decides to cancel her aircraft ticket and drive her throughout the nation to high school as an alternative. As they go on the street, a brand new tech firm launches a high-tech batch of helper robots with the promise that they are going to by no means flip evil — after which they in fact flip evil.
In addition to McBride, the voice solid consists of Abbi Jacobson, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda, Eric Andre and Olivia Colman. Rianda can be directing with co-director Jeff Rowe primarily based on a screenplay the 2 wrote collectively.
“Connected” opens in theaters on Sept. 18, 2020. Watch the primary trailer for the movie above.
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