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Not just one but two music video has arrived for Stephen Chow-produced/Toe Yuen-directed CJ7: The Cartoon. Both videos contain a slight variation of the same theme with the song title translated as "love the earth". It has a cute melody that kids will likely enjoyed. There's also plenty of comedic footage (some are spoilerific) accompanying the music.
The animated sequel opens in mainland China theaters on July 6th. You'll find the two music video embedded below. »
A few weeks ago, our first look at Stephen Chow-produced/Toe Yuen-directed CJ7: The Cartoon comes in the form of some screenshot images but now we get a chance to see these images put into animated form with the debut of the teaser trailer. Just like the first installment, more wacky situation ensues and there's even a funny nod to Shaolin Soccer.
The animated sequel opens in mainland China theaters on July 6th. You'll find the teaser trailer embedded below.
The zany adventure of a boy and his friendly alien dog from Stephen Chow's 2008 hit sci-fi comedy CJ7 continues on in an animated sequel and we've got your first look with a batch of screen shot images. As mention before, Hong Kong director Toe Yuen, who previously directed the first two animated installment of the McDull franchise is helming the project while Chow served as the producer. Most of the original cast is back to provide the Mandarin voice dialogue except for Chow. Despite 3D being a hot trend nowadays, especially in animation, Chow opted for the traditional 2D format, saying a wonderful story is more important in attracting an audience than just visual effects.
Its set to hit mainland China theaters on July 6th. You'll find a gallery of stills below.
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