Forgetting Sarah Marshall director's first foray into animated movies looks delightful

Forgetting Sarah Marshall director's first foray into animated movies looks delightful

Want to know how babies are made? Find out in Storks.

The director of movies such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Bad Neighbours (in addition to its recent sequel), Nicholas Stoller, is currently preparing the release of a new animated film Storks, due in September of this year.

Featuring the voices of talents such as Andy Samberg, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, as well as comedic duo Key and Peele (aka Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele), the film looks set to introduce young children to the idea of how babies are made, and also how FedEx began as a company.

Or neither of those things, as the film appears to follow the vein of similar animated films in providing a heartwarming, accessible narrative intended to appeal to all ages. And with Stoller behind the helm, one can only assume the film will be full of its fair share of laughs.

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