Cuteness overloads with this adorable buggy bot buddy. 'Ron's Gone Wrong' is coming to theaters in October.
What if the only way to fit in is to get a robot best friend? Would you buy one?
That is the premise of the adorable coming-of-age animated film 'Ron's Gone Wrong.'
'Ron's Gone Wrong' will release in theaters next month. The film is produced by Locksmith Animation and distributed by 20th Century Studios.
Jean-Philippe Vine and Sarah Smith directed the film. Smith also co-wrote the script with Peter Baynham.
Here is everything you need to know about 'Ron's Gone Wrong,' including release date, plot, cast, trailer, and more.
'Ron's Gone Wrong' is coming to theaters on October 22, 2021.
Before its theatrical release, the film will have its world premiere at the 2021 BFI London Film Festival on October 9, 2021.
The animated film was supposed to release in February 2021. The release date was delayed to April and moved again to October due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
'Ron's Gone Wrong' will be the only Locksmith film distributed by 20th Century Studios. Warner Bros. Pictures will handle the distribution of future Locksmith Animation films after the animation studio signed a multi-year production deal with the studio in 2019.
'Ron's Gone Wrong' is similar to Netflix's 'The Mitchells vs. the Machines.' Both films focus on the importance of keeping a close relationship with your real people amidst the digital age.
'Ron's Gone Wrong' follows Barney, a middle schooler that wants to fit in. Fitting in in Barney's world requires having a B-Bot, an extremely advanced robot similar to Baymax in 'Big Hero 6.'
B-bots are supposed to be your new best friend. They are equipped with superior artificial intelligence that allows them to have meaningful conversations with humans. Instead of buying Barney a normal B-bot, Barney's dad ends up getting him Ron-- a malfunctioning B-bot that always glitches.
Ron's embarrassing break-downs end up being just what Barney needs. His hilarious malfunctions eventually launch them on an action-packed journey that develops into a lasting and deeper friendship.
Zach Galifianakis voices Ron, the malfunctioning title robot.
'IT' star Jack Dylan Grazer voices Barney, Ron's best friend.
The rest of the voice cast includes:
Yes, there is! Check out the adorable B-bots and our special Ron, who is also charming in his peculiar way. Watch the official trailer below!