The movie industry eventually made a strong comeback in 2023, which was perhaps the finest year for movies in a very long time, with a ton of amazing films hitting our screens. Whether you like horror films, action films, romantic comedies, or even superhero movies, 2023 has unquestionably provided in spades. Animation is one genre that has excelled above all expectations. This post will show you Top 3D Animated Movies released in 2023!
The year has seen the comeback of animated films in a huge manner, with titles like Lightyear, Pinocchio by Guillermo Del Toro, and even Bob's Burgers delivering some simply magnificent cinema. With some intriguing new releases from companies like Disney, DreamWorks, Pixar, Illumination, Netflix, and others, 2023 is expected to continue this trend.
#1. The Super Mario Bros. Movie (April 7)
Fans of the legendary plumbing team may now anticipate the premiere of one of the most anticipated movies of 2023 on April 7 after several delays. The well-received teaser trailers have undoubtedly pleased many people, despite some reservations about the acting selections and the memory of the generally reviled original 1993 Mario movie remaining seared into those unlucky enough to witness it. The Super Mario Bros. Movie, which stars Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Keegan-Michael Key as well as Chris Pratt and Charlie Day as Mario and Luigi, respectively, are either going to be a smashing success or another blot on one of Nintendo's most cherished video game franchises.
#2. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (June 2)
The bright, disobedient, and African-American/Puerto Rican teenager Miles Morales is arguably the most relatable Spider-Man to date. After a number of delays, fans can finally celebrate that the next film, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, will now be released on June 2, 2023, and that a second part will be released on March 29, 2024. The possibilities are endless with a Spider-Verse that allows for an infinite number of Spider-Men (or Women, or Pigs) in other realms. However, we do know that the main emphasis of Across the Spider-Verse will be Morales' connection with Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman and Spider-Man 2099.
#3. Elemental (June 16)
Disney Pixar's official synopsis for Elemental states: "In a city where residents of the elements of fire, water, land, and air coexist, a fiery young woman and a laid-back guy are about to discover something elemental: how much they actually have in common." The story, according to rumors, is partially based on filmmaker Peter Sohn's personal experiences growing up as an immigrant family's kid in the diverse metropolis of New York. One may anticipate being taken on a rollercoaster of emotions featuring a ton of heart, humor, and, most likely, tears given Pixar's impeccable reputation and outstanding ability to provoke the strongest of feelings from even the most indifferent of audiences. On June 16, Elemental is expected to be released in cinemas.
#4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem (August 4)
Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael, the four heroes in a half shell, rose to the top of 80s pop culture. What began as a well-liked comic strip swiftly evolved into a hugely popular animated TV show. Since then, innumerable lunch boxes, computer games, action figures, and, of course, movie versions have all been released. There have been numerous of them over the years, and depending on the period in which you were raised, a certain film will speak to you more than others. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have pledged to treat the next installment of the franchise with respect, so fans of the characters can relax knowing it is in excellent hands.
#5. Trolls 3: Trolls Band Together (November 17)
These wacky-haired trolls, who were once one of the largest toy fads from the late 1950s through the 1990s, have grown into the heroes of one of the biggest animated series in the world. Following the popularity of the 2016 original animated film and its 2020 sequel Trolls World Tour, they'll be returning to the big screen this year in Trolls Band Together, which is likely to be a riot of color and melody. Although there isn't much information available about the project, it will probably adhere to the same successful model as the others in that it will be a jukebox musical with a variety of old favorites and perhaps a few new songs as the group "bands" together to conquer obstacles.
#6. Wish (November 22)
Wish, which was published to coincide with Disney's 100th anniversary, asks "How did the wishing star, upon which so many Disney characters wished, come to be?" It follows young Ashna (voiced by Ariana DeBose) as she uses a tiny bit of traditional magic to assist her beat the most dangerous of opponents in order to preserve her people in the kingdom of Rosas. The film is reportedly packed with Easter eggs that refer to earlier Disney masterpieces and is already one of Disney's most intriguing animation projects in a very long time. In addition, the art form is defined as a combination of conventional 2D and contemporary CGI.
#7. Migration (December 22)
The company made famous by Gru and his band of Yellow Minions, Illumination, will release its 16th theatrical release with Migration. Currently, not much is known about the film other than the fact that it is an adventure comedy centered on a family of ducks trying to persuade their overprotective father to on a trip of a lifetime. Fans of animated films should keep an eye on this one because it has a solid track record and lucrative series like Despicable Me and Minions, The Secret Life of Pets, and Sing under its belt.
#8. Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (Release Date TBD)
Fans of Aardman's distinct style of quirky and occasionally irreverent humor will be itching to see this highly awaited sequel, which comes more than 20 years after the publication of the original Chicken Run. Viewers will be able to follow up with Ginger and Rocky after their spectacular escape from the poultry farm in Dawn of the Nugget. The couple's life appears to be perfect until they discover a dangerous plan to kill hundreds of chickens in order to make them into chicken nuggets that can be eaten by anybody, forcing them to take action once more to preserve the hens. Expectations are high given that the first Chicken Run has a fairly impressive 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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