3 New Bento Box Animated Films Heading to Tubi

Bento Box Amusement, the Fox Enjoyment-owned animation studio, is introducing three new animated capabilities to…

3 New Bento Box Animated Films Heading to Tubi

Bento Box Amusement, the Fox Enjoyment-owned animation studio, is introducing three new animated capabilities to its output slate, which will be distinctive to its ad-supported streaming support Tubi.

Pastacolypse, Millennial Hunter, and Major Bruh will strike Tubi in the future year, becoming a member of Bob’s Burgers, Duncanville, The Wonderful North, and Housebroken underneath the Fox banner. Fox introduced the films at its Upfronts presentation on Monday.

Pastacolypse comes from Aqua Teenager Hunger Drive co-creator Matthew Maiellaro. Billed as a father-daughter horror-comedy, the movie follows a billionaire movie star chef who hungers for vengeance towards humanity when a worldwide gluten ban ruins his gluten-totally free life style. Just one malformed, fifty percent-guy, fifty percent-pasta hybrid, Alfredo Manicotti, sales opportunities a pasta insurgency to assault the world’s human inhabitants. A spoiled heiress named Emma is tasked with placing a prevent to the titular pastacolypse.

Millennial Hunter, from comic and actor Sam Taggart, is an motion-comedy about precisely what its title indicates: an anti-hero seeks to enact righteous retribution in opposition to his sworn enemies, the millennial generation.

Significant Bruh is a satirical comedy from Duncanville co-producer Jerron Horton. The movie charts the misadventures of a shallow-yet-productive boxer who must obtain means to bond with a principled-nonetheless-bratty youthful kid as element of the Major Bruh software.

Bento Box Amusement is creating all a few functions. Release dates are not yet acknowledged.

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