Coraline and ParaNorman Are Returning to the Big Screen This Fall

Fathom Occasions, in tandem with LAIKA, Shout! Manufacturing facility, and Park Circus, have introduced that the beloved animated movies Coraline and ParaNorman might be coming again to theaters this fall to have fun the fifteenth anniversary of LAIKA Studios. The 2 movies might be introduced with unique bonus content material that delves behind-the-scenes into the artistic course of behind the making of those motion pictures. Coraline will return to theaters on August 24, whereas ParaNorman might be screened on November 16.

“Bringing these LAIKA movies again to theaters provides everybody on the studio such pleasure,” mentioned LAIKA Chief Advertising and marketing Officer David Burke in a offered assertion. “It permits our longtime followers to take pleasure in these outstanding motion pictures on the large display screen as soon as once more whereas offering a chance for brand new generations of moviegoers to revel within the artistry and technological brilliance of the LAIKA crew. At LAIKA, we’ve made a promise to our followers to make motion pictures that matter… and we hope that revisiting the timeless worlds of Coraline Jones and Norman Babcock proves that we ship on that vow.”

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“Coraline and ParaNorman showcase the number of content material Fathom brings to audiences of all ages nationwide,” mentioned Fathom Occasions CEO Ray Nutt. “We’re excited to be working with LAIKA, to proceed our partnerships with Shout! Manufacturing facility and Park Circus, and stay up for bringing these two great movies to native theaters.”

Coraline hails from director and screenwriter Henry Selick (The Nightmare Earlier than Christmas, James and the Large Peach) and is predicated on the novella of the identical identify by writer Neil Gaiman (Sandman) a few younger woman who walks by way of a secret door and discovers an alternate model of her life. At first, this parallel world appears even higher than the one she has, however in a short time Coraline realizes that issues are extra harmful than they seem on the floor — and shortly she should save her actual world and her actual household. The movie’s voice solid consists of Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, Ian McShane, Jennifer Saunders, and Daybreak French and is produced by Henry Selick, Claire Jennings, Invoice Mechanic, and Mary Sandell.

ParaNorman, directed by Sam Fell and Chris Butler (who additionally wrote the script), follows the adventures of a misunderstood small-town boy named Norman, who can talk with the useless. When his city is below risk from zombies — in addition to ghosts, witches, and even (gulp) grown-ups, he’ll should look inside himself to seek out the hero he was all the time meant to change into. The voice solid consists of Kodi Smit-McPhee, Tucker Albrizzi, Anna Kendrick, Casey Affleck, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Leslie Mann, Jeff Garlin, Elaine Stritch, Bernard Hill, Jodelle Ferland, Tempestt Bledsoe, Alex Borstein, and John Goodman, and the movie is produced by Arianne Sutner and Travis Knight.

Tickets for Coraline might be accessible beginning July 16, whereas tickets for ParaNorman may be bought starting August 13. Coraline will display screen on August 24 at 3 PM and seven PM native time, whereas ParaNorman will display screen on November 16 at 3 PM and seven PM native time. Tickets might be accessible at and any collaborating theaters. For an entire checklist of theater places, go to the Fathom Occasions web site (collaborating theaters are topic to alter).

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