Migration: full trailer for Illumination’s first post-Mario film, with Kumail Nanjiani & Elizabeth Banks

The eagerly anticipated animated action-comedy movie, Migration, has released its trailer, unveiling a stellar voice cast led by Kumail Nanjiani and Elizabeth Banks. The story pivots around the adventures of the Mallard family, with Nanjiani lending his voice to anxious father Mack, and Banks to Pam, the sharp and daring mother.

Joining them in the voice cast are Caspar Jennings voicing their son Dax, Tresi Gazal making her feature film debut as their daughter Gwen, Awkwafina as a street-smart NY pigeon, Carol Kane as their first friend on their journey, a heron named Erin, Keegan-Michael Key as a lonesome Jamaican parrot, David Mitchell as the leader of a mysterious duck community, and Danny DeVito as Mack’s grumpy Uncle Dan.

The Mallard family embarks on a courageous journey from their New England pond to Jamaica, prompted by exciting stories from a migratory duck family. While the adventure doesn’t unfold quite as planned, it drives them to widen their perspectives, make new friends, and discover more about themselves.

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Migration, based on a screenplay by Mike White and produced by Chris Meledandri, promises an engaging exploration of self-discovery and family bonds. The film is directed by Benjamin Renner with co-direction by Guylo Homsy and is set to hit theatres on December 22.