Lionsgate will release the animated family adventure The Ladybug on DVD, Digital, and On Demand come November 20, 2018. If you have been looking for an animated story similar to A Bug’s Life, this might be for you.
The Ladybug has been described as “an un-bee-lievably heartwarming film about courage and perseverance.” It features the voice talents of YouTube star Lisa “Lisbug” Schwartz, Teen Choice Award winner Haylie Duff, Jon Heder, and Norm MacDonald.
The Ladybug DVD will include the featurette “Giving the Characters a Voice: At the Recording Studio with Lisa ‘Lisbug’ Schwartz, Jon Heder, Haylie Duff, and Norm MacDonald.” You can own it on November 20m, 2018, for $19.98 SRP.
Here’s the official synopsis:
In this adorable family adventure, YouTube star Lisa Schwartz plays a plucky ladybug named Ruby. Longing for the beauty and freedom of Golden Canyon, she escapes her laboratory cage and joins forces with Master Dan, a crafty dragonfly. With help from a hungry frog king, an artistic earwig, and a stinky dung beetle, they make their way to this magical land.
Check out the cute trailer!
DVD Special Feature:
- “Giving the Characters a Voice: At the Recording Studio with Lisa ‘Lisbug’ Schwartz, Jon Heder, Haylie Duff, and Norm MacDonald” Featurette
I don’t know about you, but I enjoy films featuring animated bugs. I still watch A Bug’s Life when it’s on TV. The same is true for Antz. And yes, I know there are some people out there who like to argue Antz is better than A Bug’s Life, but as far as I’m concerned, I like both animated movies.
Anyway, there is just something about seeing tiny bugs living their own lives and going on adventures. That’s why I’m excited about The Ladybug. The trailer looks promising.
Feel free to share your thoughts about The Ladybug with us.
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