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Jose Maldonaldo: Hero Out of the City is an upcoming American 3D live-action animated fantasy comedy film based on the Fox animated television series Jose Maldonaldo. A stand-alone sequel to Jose Maldonaldo: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (2003), it will be written and directed by former series showrunner and series creator Jake Maldonaldo, with live-action sequences directed by David Leitch with Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow writing the script. The regular voice cast of the series are expected to reprise their respective roles from the series and the previous film.

The film will be produced by 20th Century Fox and Maldonaldo Studios with CGI animation provided by Mikros Image and Reel FX, and will be released in theaters on April 3, 2020 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in 2D, RealD 3D, and Dolby Cinema.

Synopsis

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Voice cast

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Production

Development

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Music

In May 2019, Heitor Pereira and Christophe Beck were announced to compose the film's score.

Release

Jose Maldonaldo: Hero Out of the City is currently scheduled to be released in the United States on April 3, 2020 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures in RealD 3D, Digital 3D, and Dolby Cinema.. It was previously scheduled for release on February 7, 2020, but was pushed back to April 3 with Toon Party: Spaced Out taking its old release slot. The film will be shown in IMAX theaters as part of the multi-film deal with 20th Century Fox.

Very little information about the film's plot and characters were revealed until Fox released a teaser poster for the film on September 8, 2019 along with a teaser trailer on the same day, but the teaser was never released online. The trailer which included the Guns N' Roses song, "Welcome To The Jungle", debuted on November 13, 2019 and was attached to screenings for Ford v Ferrari. This trailer received generally positive reviews its humor and 2D animation, but criticism was made from the CGI Jose Maldonaldo characters.

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