Written by Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), the movie will tell the story of why Storks have been mistakenly believed to be responsible for delivering babies in popular culture.
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Greg Silverman, Warner Bros. Pictures’ President, Creative Development and Worldwide Production, noted, “This is an exciting project that demonstrates the boundless creativity and imagination of the Warner Animation Group and our dear friend and frequent collaborator, Nick Stoller.”
Warner Bros. executives Dan Fellman said, “We are thrilled to be broadening our animation slate with the new adventure ‘Storks.’”
Due out on September 23, 2016, the movie will be co-directed by Nicholas Stoller (“Neighbors”) and Doug Sweetland (Oscar-nominated short “Presto”).
The rest of the cast has not yet been selected.