Fans are wondering about the latest star-studded animation which features actor Channing Tatum. We look at America: The Motion Picture’s release date and cast.
America: The Motion Picture is an upcoming animated film written by Dave Callaham and directed by Matt Thompson.
The premise of the film shows a satirical journey of the founding fathers of America, as well as the revolution and war against the U.K. Fans, are eagerly anticipating the release of the animated film.
So, when does America: The Motion Picture release and who is in it?
America: The Motion Picture – Release date
- America: The Motion Picture is scheduled to release on Netflix on Wednesday, 30th June 2021.
The 30th of June falls on the international holiday Social Media Day. So, get on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and any other form of social media, to let your friends know about the release of Netflix’s latest animated film, America: The Motion Picture.
America: The Motion Picture – Cast
The cast for the upcoming film on Netflix is as follows:
- Channing Tatum as George Washington.
- Simon Pegg as King James.
- Judy Greer as Martha Dandridge.
- Bobby Moynihan as Paul Revere.
- Olivia Munn as Thomas Edison.
- Amber Nash as Street Race Girl/Suffragette.
- Lucky Yates as Babe the Blue Ox/Baseball Announcer/Dude-Bros.
- Raoul Max Trujillo as Geronimo.
- Killer Mike as Blacksmith.
- Dave Callaham as I.M. Pei/Gay Guy in Crowd.
- Jason Mantzoukas as Samuel Adams.
The remaining cast members who are set to appear in supporting roles can be seen here.
America: The Motion Picture – How to watch
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