Computer- Animated Comedy Film Back to the Outback is Here For You

If you want to support for the underdogs, believe that things aren't always as they appear, and enjoy beautiful and cuddly cartoon animals, this is the trailer for you! Back to the Outback, a new animated film from Netflix, will be released in December, according to the company. Back to the Outback is a computer-animated comedy film directed by Clare Knight and Harry Cripps, based on a script by Cripps and a narrative by Gregory Lessans and Cripps.

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What's In the Movie Back to the Outback

The story will be set in the Australian Wildlife Park, which is home to Pretty Boy, a cute, cuddly koala who is adored the world over (and even in space!) for his big eyes, fluffy fur, and cuddly ways. Crocodiles, snakes, spiders, scorpions, and other “most dangerous animals” of the outback can be found in the park.

The story begins up when the animals decide to go to the Outback (get it? ), where they feel they will find a genuine home. Pretty Boy is a true Unkind Boy to the ragtag collection of runaways on the night of their breakout, telling them that they'll never make it since they're “a bunch of weird animals.” The gang kidnaps the obnoxious koala and drags him along for the ride.

As the confused zoo animals journey across the outback, they meet a variety of strange and “threatening” creatures that band together to fend off their predators. Even though the “scary creatures” are incredibly charming, it appears that the once underdog group will establish deep relationships and meaningful connections as they come to the knowledge that what matters is what's on the inside.

Cast of the Back to the Outback

Isla Fisher played the role of Maddie, who is a kind-hearted taipan

She is a novelist and actress from Australia. Her career began on Australian television. She was born in Oman to Scottish parents and relocated to Australia when she was six years old. She rose to notoriety after portraying Shannon Reed on the serial opera Home and Away from 1994 to 1997, for which she garnered two Logie Award nominations. She began her career in television advertisements at a young age.

Tim Minchin played the role of Tom/Pretty Boy, who is a well-liked but irritable koala

He is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, musician, and composer from Australia. His musical comedy is his most well-known work. He has six CDs, five DVDs, and has done live comedy performances all over the world. In Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, he has appeared on television. His performance Darkside catapulted him into the spotlight, with critical acclaim at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2005 and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2005.

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Eric Bana played the role of Chaz, who is a zookeeper who pursues the escaped animals

Eric Bana (/bn/), sometimes known as Eric Bana, is an Australian actor and comedian. He began his acting career on Full Frontal, a sketch comedy series, before landing a role in the comedy drama The Castle (1997). He gained even more critical acclaim for his role in the biographical crime picture Chopper (2000).

Guy Pearce played the role of Frank, who is a lovelorn spider

He is an actor, musician, singer, and composer from Australia. Pearce began his acting career in the Australian television series Neighbours, where he played Mike Young.

Miranda Tapsell played the role of Zoe, who is a self-assured thorny devil

She is an Aboriginal Australian actress who has been on theatre and cinema. She is best known for her award-winning 2015 portrayal as Martha Tennant in the Nine Network drama series Love Child and her appearance as Cynthia in the Wayne Blair film The Sapphires. She played Fatima in the Stan series Wolf Creek in 2016.

Angus Imrie played the role of Nigel, who is a sensitive scorpion

He is an actor from the United Kingdom. He is best known for his role as Josh Archer in the long-running BBC Radio 4 drama series The Archers. At The Sunday Times' National Student Drama Festival in 2014, he earned the casting agency Spotlight's Most Promising Actor Award.

Keith Urban played the role of Doug, who is a cane toad

is an Australian-American singer, guitarist, and songwriter best recognised for his country music work. Before going to the United States the following year, he published a self-titled first album in 1991, which charted four songs in Australia. He worked as a session guitarist before forming The Ranch, a band that released one studio album on Capitol Nashville and charted two songs on the Billboard Hot Country Songs list in the United States.

Wrapping Up

Netflix stated on November 30, 2020 that their animated feature Back to the Outback would be released in late 2021. In October 2021, it was announced that the film will be released on December 10, 2021. It was set to be released in restricted cinemas on December 3, 2021 in select AMC, CineMark, Regal, Cineplex Entertainment, and other theatres in November 2021, prior to its Netflix streaming release on December 10, 2021.