Warner Bros. drops first Tom and Jerry feature film trailer

Tom and Jerry are all set to make their big screen return with the release of the first full trailer courtesy of Warner Bros. for the upcoming, self-titled Tom and Jerry feature film.

Marking the pair’s first return to feature film since the 1992 Tom and Jerry: The Movie, Warner’s animation-live action hybrid looks to set a new standard for revamping of modern classics. Both Tom and Jerry – and indeed all other animals featuring within the film – appear in their animated form, while their surroundings are live-action.

Frank Welker, the longtime character voice actor takes on both Tom and Jerry, alongside a supporting cast that includes Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Colin Jost, Ken Jeong, Rob Delaney and Pallavi Sharda.

The first full trailer shows the mischief that both Tom and Jerry get themselves into at a fancy New York City hotel on the eve of “the wedding of the century” to be held there. The Warner Bros. film is due out in theaters next year.

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