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Mascotation is an upcoming computer-animated action adventure comedy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.

Film Summary

Set in a world in a city inside a television populated by famous advertising mascots ranging from the Michelin Man to Smokey Bear to the Tetley Tea Folk, some of the mascots who are no longer TV stars, such as Pillsbury Doughboy, the Milkybar Kid and the Smash martians, do all the lame jobs. But M&M's mascots Red and Yellow decide to gather a few other mascots to help the retired mascots become TV stars again.

Plot

Voice cast

BOLD ​= Retired Mascots (Note: Some may not be retired in real-life)

​Italic ​= Mascots in the movie who don't speak

Many other famous advertising mascots appear in the film such as:

  • The other M&M's spokescandies (Blue, Orange, Ms. Green, Ms. Brown)
  • The Red Car and the Blue Car (Milky Way)
  • The Andrex Puppy (Andrex)
  • Mr. Peanut (Planters)
  • The Vlasic Stork (Vlasic Pickles)
  • Mr. Soft (Trebor Softmints)
  • The Dulux Dog (Dulux)
  • The Smash martians (Smash)
  • Toucan Sam and his nephews (Froot Loops)
  • Douglas the Butterman (Lurpak)
  • Snap, Crackle and Pop (Rice Krispies)
  • Caramel Bunny (Cadbury's Caramel)
  • Aleksandr Orlov (Compare the Market)
  • Bertie Bassett (Bassett's)
  • The Trix Rabbit (Trix)
  • Honey Monster (Honey Monster Puffs)
  • Coco the Monkey (Coco Pops)
  • The Laughing Cow (The Laughing Cow)
  • Golly (Robertson's)
  • Count Chocula, Frankenberry and Boo Berry (General Mills Corporation monster-themed breakfast cereals)
  • The Monster Munch monsters (Monster Munch)
  • The Kool-Aid Man (Kool-Aid)
  • Ronald McDonald, Grimace, and Birdie (McDonald's)
  • The Honey Bears and Granny Goodwitch (Sugar Crisp)
  • The Tetley Tea Folk (Tetley)
  • Monkey (PG Tips)
  • Joe Camel ​(Camel cigarettes)
  • Coca-Cola polar bears (Coca-Cola)
  • Gorilla (Cadbury's Dairy Milk)
  • Charlie the Tuna (Starkist)
  • Gold Blend Couple (Nescafe Gold Blend) [Only appear on a live-action TV screen]
  • The Bisto Kids (Bisto)
  • The Land O'Lakes Indian girl (Land O'Lakes Butter)
  • Little Debbie (Little Debbie Snacks)
  • Smokey Bear (forest fire safety)
  • The Energizer Bunny (Energizer)
  • Cheezie (Peperami Cheezie)
  • Cuprinol Man (Cuprinol)
  • The Otter Pop Otters (Otter Pops) 

Production

Release

Home media

Reception

Box office

Critical response

Mascotation received critical acclaim. The film was praised for it's storyline, humour and clever concept ideas with one reviewer even saying it was "The Emoji Movie done right". The review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes reports that 95% of critics gave the film a positive review based on 216 reviews, with an average score of 8.3/10. The site's consensus states: "Mascotation has a really good concept, animation and humour, alongside an interesting and clever storyline to welcome it as a really good entry to Pixar's catalog." Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 from top reviews from mainstream critics, calculated a score of 90 based on 48 reviews, indicating "Universal acclaim." In CinemaScore polls, cinema audiences gave Weird World an average score of "A" on an A+ to F scale.

Trivia

Soundtrack

Video game

Sequel

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