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State-of-the-art blend of CGI-animation and live action, follows E.B. (voiced by Russell Brand), the teenage son of the Easter Bunny. When E.B. arrives in Hollywood with ambitions of finding fame, his dreams are almost cut short when he is hit by a car driven by unemployed slacker Fred (James Marsden). Deciding to get what he can out of the situation, E.B. convinces Fred to take him home while he recovers from his injuries. Fred finds himself with a very demanding house-guest and the duo embark on a battle of wills that may just teach them both something important.
Despicable Me (2010)
Trying to outdo his main rival Vector (Jason Segel), serial villain Gru (Steve Carell) hatches a plan to steal the moon, aided by his army of genetically altered corn pops. All goes according to plan until the arrival at his door of three little orphan girls, Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Agnes (Elsie Fisher) and Edith (Dana Gaier), in search of a father figure.
Dr Seuss' The Lorax (2012)
12-year-old Ted (Zac Efron) has spent his childhood in Thneed-Ville, an entirely artificial city. When Audrey (Taylor Swift), the girl of his dreams, expresses her desire to see a real tree, Ted sets out to find it. Along the way he meets the reclusive Once-ler (Ed Helms), who tells the story of the Lorax (Danny DeVito), a grumpy yet charming creature, who fights to protect his world after a revolutionary industrial invention leads to the total destruction of the beautiful forests surrounding Ted's town.
Hop Special Features:
The World of Hop Featurette
The Lorax Special Features:
Seuss to Screen
Seuss it Up
Despicable Me Special Features:
Gru's Rocket Builder Game
Super Silly Fun Land Games