Rumble is a computer-animated comedy film about sports, with an American director. A movie is loosely based on a book. The movie has many famous voices. It stars Will Arnett, Terry Crews, Geraldine Viswanathan, Roman Reigns, Tony Danza, Becky Lynch, and Susan Kelechi Watson. Stephen A. Smith and Jimmy Tatro are in the movie too.
This movie was made by Paramount, WWE Studios, Walden Media, and Reel FX Animation Studios.
Rumble is a movie with wrestling. The movie is about the wrestling world, but it will be shown animatedly and is for all ages.
It is a surprise that Hollywood does not often get ideas from professional wrestling. These ideas would do well. “The Wrestler” and “Fighting With My Family” were good movies and people liked them.
That is a shame. Wrestling stories are like other sporting stories, but they also have more weirdness and possibilities for experimentation.
What is the expected release date for Rumble?
Rumble: All You Need to Know was scheduled to come out on July 31, 2020. But it has been pushed back to January 29, 2021. The release date for this movie was changed to May 14, 2021, and then later to February 18, 2022.
This is because a virus called COVID-19 was released on 17 February 2022. The film will be streaming on Paramount+ 45 days after it releases in theaters.
What is the Rumble plot about?
Hamish Grieve probably directed the film. It will be about monsters that are made over. This book is about a world where there are monsters and humans. The characters in the story are Winnie, who coaches Steve to wrestle for popularity.
That’s hard to do. There is a monster called Tentacular and he doesn’t want to give up. He likes being in the spotlight and getting attention from people.
Steve is not very good at wrestling. He doesn’t like to exercise and he gives up too easily. Winnie has a lot of work to do. She’s going to try her best to make him better.
According to Deadline, “Rumble” is currently scheduled to be released on February 18, 2022.
The movie will make its debut in theaters before moving to the Paramount+ streaming service 45 days later. That is if everything goes according to plan with no problems.
“Rumble” was supposed to come out last summer, but COVID-19 happened. Now it is not coming out until summer. The movie was pushed to May.
But then it was delayed because of the pandemic. The vaccine is coming, and we hope the release schedule will go back to normal soon. But “Rumble” shows that there is no way of knowing when a release date will happen yet.
What is the star cast of Rumble?
- Will Arnett as Steve, a giant red reptilian monster and amateur wrestler.
- Geraldine Viswanathan as Winnie McEvoy, an aspiring 18-year-old monster wrestling trainer.
- Terry Crews as Tentacular, a shark-headed tentacled monster who is the reigning Monster Wrestling champion.
- Fred Melamed as the mayor
- Charles Barkley as Rayburn Sr.
- Chris Eubank as King George
- Bridget Everett as Lady Mayhem
- America Ferrera as Axehammer
- Seth Rogen as Nerdle
- John Goodman as Klonk
Becky Lynch, Roman Reigns, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy Tatro, Tony Danza, Susan Kelechi Watson, Carlos Gómez, Stephen A. Smith, and Michael Buffer are with undisclosed roles.
Elsewhere, Joe “Roman Reigns” Anoa’i and Becky Lynch will be there too. They are doing well in Hollywood. They want to star in more films, so fans should expect this to happen again soon.
Anoa’i said in an interview with Complex that he got the acting bug while working on Hobbs and Shaw with his cousin, Dwayne Johnson.
Lynch is talking to John Cena and Dwayne Johnson about how to make the move from WWE to the big screen. But before there was the pandemic, they were even talking about Lynch joining Marvel in their movies.
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About the production of Rumble:
On February 18, 2015, Reel FX Creative Studios announced that they will make an adaptation of the 2013 graphic novel Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell. On April 25, 2018, Paramount Animation joined the film as a co-producer at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
Originally, DisneyToon Studios vet Bradley Raymond was going to direct the film.
But because of unknown reasons, he was replaced by Dreamworks Animation veteran Hamish Grieve.
He has directed films before like Rise of the Guardians and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. On June 12, 2019, the title was changed to “Rumble.”