We Bare Bears: The Movie
We Bare Bears: The Movie is an American animated comedy film based on the Cartoon Network television series of the same name. Produced by Cartoon Network Studios, it was released in North American digital theater platforms by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on June 30, 2020. Directed by series creator Daniel Chong from a story by Mikey Heller and Kris Mukai, We Bare Bears: The Movie stars the voices of series regulars Eric Edelstein, Bobby Moynihan and Demetri Martin as the three titular bears Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear; joined by Marc Evan Jackson as Agent Trout and Keith Ferguson as Officer Murphy. With the series ending in 2019, the film serves as the conclusion of the We Bare Bears story.
Grizz, a nomadic bear cub, meets fellow cub Panda for the first time along the train tracks. Stuck as a train rapidly approaches, they are saved by a polar bear cub and the three form a stack as they attempt to outrun it. Upon awakening from this nightmare, a now adult Grizz drags his brothers Panda and Ice Bear and the three rush out to be the first in line for the opening of a Canadian poutine food truck on the San Francisco Bay Area, unwittingly wreaking havoc along their way which incites a barrage of complaints from its residents. Envious of the admiration the newly arrived celebrity koala Nom Nom receives from the public and the hate the Bears receive from them, the three devise a plan to record the "ultimate viral video" using outdated memes and force stream it into every screen in the city, which causes a massive blackout.
|keywords||arrest awaken bay area bear cub bigfoot canadian border capture city hall first time food truck forest fire haunt hippie locked in meet meme nature preserve nuisance wildlife management open polar bear police officer poutine san francisco bay area summon talk their way train tracks viral video wildlife control wildlife preserve|
|productionCompany||Cartoon Network Studios|
|publisher||Warner Home Video|
|theme||animated cartoon coming-of-age discrimination|