Get set for this season’s best adventure movie, Wonder Park!
Get ready for an awesome adventure with Wonder Park – In cinemas APRIL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS!
What’s Wonder Park about?
Wonder Park tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive.
In cinemas APRIL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS!
Meet the characters!
Peanut: the charismatic Marquis Mascot MONKEY of Wonderland. Leader of his fellow mascots, and a celebrity among park visitors, he is always happy to greet his adoring fans and, and with the help of a “voice” on the wind, create never-before- seen “splendiferous” rides with the sweep of his magical marker. When his muse leaves him, so does his magic, and he retreats from the world to avoid the pain.
Played by: Norbert Leo Butz
Gus and Cooper: fast-talking, hyper-kinetic BEAVER brothers, the fix-it duo of the park who make sure everything works just right. They are optimistic, witty and very funny. Once able to work seamlessly as a team, they used to be Wonderland’s top-notch maintenance team, and each other’s biggest fans. Now, however, the destruction of Wonderland has proven too big to fix and the brothers can’t seem to stop bickering.
Played by: Ryan Fitzgerald & Michael Wipfli
Steve: an articulate, eloquent PORCUPINE, who is Wonderland’s chief safety officer. He is a lover of words, calculations, and has a puppy-love crush on fellow mascot Greta. Steve is incredibly intelligent and quite posh (he likes his tea just a certain way). He is always making witty observations even in the middle of running for his life from the Chimpanzombies.
Played by: John Oliver
Greta: a benevolent, take-charge female BOAR, who keeps schedules running seamlessly at the park, and is Peanut’s right hand. After Wonderland is abandoned, and Peanut disappears, she is forced to become the boss. Cynical, a little pushy, protective of her fellow mascots, she feels lost without Peanut who was the “glue” connecting everyone, but she will come to learn she is the “glue.” Greta has a big heart and a maternal streak.
Played by: Mila Kunis
Boomer: a gregarious big BLUE BEAR, who welcomes visitors to Wonderland with the biggest smile ever! He is the optimist and represents hope eternal! After the park is abandoned, he suffers from a late-onset-hibernation disorder where he can fall asleep at any time. He is also a complete scaredy-cat and terrified of almost everything, especially heights and birds.
Played by: Ken Hudson Campbell
June: a 12 year old girl with unbridled imagination who created with her inventive mother the whimsical “splendiferous” amusement park WONDERLAND. June is imaginative, creative, visionary and inspirational. June has a “maker spirit” and she excels at engineering, math and building. An unexpected visit to a very changed Wonderland launches her on a journey that will bring her full circle to her true self.
Played by: Brianna Denski
Mom: Is an incredibly loving and supporting mom who adores her daughter. Mom has a playful spirit and loves dreaming up Wonderland with June.
Played by: Jennifer Garner
Dad: A loving father and caring husband, dad is worried about June when she stops playing and creating. He wants her to go to math camp and have some fun.
Played by: Matthew Broderick
Banky: Pronounced “Bunky.” This is June’s best friend. He is Indian, incredibly loyal and optimistic. Banky has a big crush on June and he’d do just about anything for her including test-driving her backyard rollercoaster. When June is sad, Banky tries whatever he can to cheer her up.
Played by: Oev Michael Urbas
NG KiDS: How would you describe Wonder Park to someone who has never been?
BOOMER: Boy, it’s amazing! There are slides and rides and…
[Boomer falls asleep]
NG KiDS: Hey, Boomer. Are you awake?
BOOMER: Oh, I’m sorry. I have Late Onset Hibernation Disorder. Basically, it means I can fall asleep at any time. Especially if I’m stressed out, like that time when I got stuck up on the big rollercoaster and…
[Falls asleep again]
NG KiDS: You were telling us about the time you got stuck on a rollercoaster. It sounds scary. What happened?
BOOMER: It was awful! I’m really scared of heights. And birds. And I was right at the top of this rollercoaster, and there was a bird sat on me. Birds are terrifying, with those beaks and those talons and that influenza type A! Let me tell you, that was a very rare not-great day for me.
NG KiDS: Are there any big rides at Wonder Park that you do like?
BOOMER: No, big rides aren’t for me. I’m more of a two-feet-on-the-ground kind of guy. I just love the whole wonder of the place and all my friends there, like Steve and Greta and Gus and Cooper. And baking marshmallow calzones. I love marshmallow calzones. And dreaming about them…
NG KiDS: Boomer! Before you fall asleep again, please finish the following sentence: Wonder Park is…
BOOMER: A place where every day is gonna be a great day! And you can consider that a personal guarantee!
Watch the trailer!
See Wonder Park in cinemas APRIL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS!
Ten lucky winners will score a family pass for four to see Wonder Park:
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