The Mitchells vs. The Machines gets cinema release date

The Mitchells vs. The Machines, the surprisingly animated hit that was released on Netflix back in April this year, is finally coming to theaters nationwide for the first time next month, all thanks to a partnership between Netflix and Iconic Events Releasing.

Iconic Events Releasing is working to bring entertainment of all kinds to cinemas across the country as special events with limited engagement. In the past, they have brought to the cinema Bo Burnham: Inside, WWE Summerslam, and countless other fan-favorite comedians, musicians, content creators, sporting events and more.

This animated family film from the team that brought the audience The LEGO movie and Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse, was a huge hit with both critics and audiences, where it currently sits with a critics score of 98% Fresh and an audience score of 88% on Rotten Tomatoes. The film follows the titular family on a road trip that father Rick has put together as a way to reconnect to his phone-dependent household. Unfortunately, there’s also a robot uprising right in the middle of things, but it turns out that might be just what Mitchells needs to tie.

The Mitchells vs.  The Machines

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The Mitchells vs. The Machines offers voice talents Har Jacobson (Broad City), Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live), Danny McBride (Pineapple Express), Beck Bennett (Saturday Night Live), Fred Armisen (Saturday Night Live), Erik Andre (Eric Andre Show), and Olivia Colman (Kronen). It is also written and directed by Michael Rianda (Gravity decreases) and Jeff Rowe (Gravity decreases) and is produced by the Oscar-winning duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse).

Tickets to see The Mitchells vs The Machines in cinemas are available from now on in local cinemas and can be found at The film will be shown in cinemas for the first time across the country on Saturday 20 November and Sunday 21 November.

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