THIS animated feature is inspired by the book
by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson. It tells the story of a bull named Ferdinand who just loves hanging out in the field and smelling flowers. He doesn’t want to hurt anything or anyone. But Ferdinand is a big guy, and in Spain, bulls that look like Ferdinand are made to fight with matadors for spectator sport. As luck would have it, after sitting on a bee and running wildly, snorting and stamping, Ferdinand is mistaken for an aggressive bull, and is taken for bullfighting. Well, Ferdinand is having none of it and just wants to go back to his owner and his peaceful field. Luckily, he made some new friends – which include hedgehogs with attitude and a goat – who help him escape. Directed by Carlos Saldanha features the voice of professional wrestler John Cena as the titular bull. Other cast includes Kate McKinnon, David Tennant and Gina Rodriguez. At the recent CinemaCon, Cena was asked if he speaks Spanish in since the story is set in Spain. “My Spanish is a little bit rusty as I’m still trying to polish up on my Mandarin. I’ll take one language at a time .... (But) I’ll work on it,” he said. is an extra special movie about being proud of who you are, not letting people change you and fighting for what you believe in,” Cena said in an interview on NBC’s
morning show. – is scheduled to open in Malaysia on Dec 21.
It’s no bull, we really should stop and smell the flowers. — Photos: 20th Century Fox
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